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Hi, I know that it's a laptop forum, but maybe you can help me with Asus b365-F Motherboard. The problem is that on official support page for this unit is 8656 single Realtek driver from 2019 is present without Sonic Studio and Supreme FX, which making my high impedance audio devices useless (note that I've upgraded from Asus B250-F where all soft was present in audio package). I've tried to find answers and find standalone Sonic Studio install and this quest had lead me to your forum, from post above I've figured and installed Sonic Studio from link you've posted, but I also want to find fresh audio driver and supreme fx app to control impedance boost, I'm sure you can point me.

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actually Bobeobi, the 8656 Realtek audio driver (which is in UAD format for Win10 X64) does bundle the Sonic Studio UWP app as I checked the contents of the zip package in 7zip myself.

it's just that you need to use the install.bat batch script file (rather than the setup.exe file) to manually install both the Realtek UAD 8656 driver and the Sonic Studio app

OR

you can go to the UWP folder in the ZIP package and double-click on the AsusSetup.exe file to install both the Realtek Audio Console UWP and Sonic Studio UWP apps (if the Realtek audio driver was already installed without these apps)

I will also ask a guy named MoKiChU in another forum who has also mentioned & posted updated Realtek audio drivers for many ASUS ROG boards with Sonic Studio support

Edit - in the meantime, you could try out this v6.0.8781.1 Realtek UAD driver that I found for a different ASUS motherboard that has newer Sonic Studio UWP apps

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17 hours ago, erp-ster7n said:

actually Bobeobi, the 8656 Realtek audio driver (which is in UAD format for Win10 X64) does bundle the Sonic Studio UWP app as I checked the contents of the zip package in 7zip myself.

it's just that you need to use the install.bat batch script file (rather than the setup.exe file) to manually install both the Realtek UAD 8656 driver and the Sonic Studio app

OR

you can go to the UWP folder in the ZIP package and double-click on the AsusSetup.exe file to install both the Realtek Audio Console UWP and Sonic Studio UWP apps (if the Realtek audio driver was already installed without these apps)

I will also ask a guy named MoKiChU in another forum who has also mentioned & posted updated Realtek audio drivers for many ASUS ROG boards with Sonic Studio support

Edit - in the meantime, you could try out this v6.0.8781.1 Realtek UAD driver that I found for a different ASUS motherboard that has newer Sonic Studio UWP apps

Thanks, I've figured it, the installer still rather confusing in that pack, went all silently without standart Install windows, but, yes, the driver itself and SS are old versions. Thanks for reply and link, guys!

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you're welcome Bobeobi.

MoKiChU told me about this updated UAD ASUS ROG SS3 driver (it's version 8895) he posted several days ago (driver only, no Sonic Studio UWP & Realtek Audio Console apps included)
you can also try out that new driver if you like.  As for the SS & Realtek Audio Control UWP apps, you will have to update those thru the MS Store if you have older versions of them.

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Version 6.0.8816.1 HDA FF06 (old version) from Microsoft Update Catalog [MS posted this in Feb. 2020]  (154Mb cab download)
this 8816 HDA version does have Maxxaudio integration files included but it was WHQL'ed by MS in Dec. 2019 for Win10 x64 only
back when 8816 HDA first came out in mid-Oct. 2019, it was only available in FF00 & FF03 forms

 

 

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18 hours ago, erp-ster7n said:

you're welcome Bobeobi.

MoKiChU told me about this updated UAD ASUS ROG SS3 driver (it's version 8895) he posted several days ago (driver only, no Sonic Studio UWP & Realtek Audio Console apps included)
you can also try out that new driver if you like.  As for the SS & Realtek Audio Control UWP apps, you will have to update those thru the MS Store if you have older versions of them.

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Version 6.0.8816.1 HDA FF06 (old version) from Microsoft Update Catalog [MS posted this in Feb. 2020]  (154Mb cab download)
this 8816 HDA version does have Maxxaudio integration files included but it was WHQL'ed by MS in Dec. 2019 for Win10 x64 only
back when 8816 HDA first came out in mid-Oct. 2019, it was only available in FF00 & FF03 forms

 

 

For some strange reasons when I google for them or search in MS Store I find nothing, only direct links from forums can lead me to them. Tested on several devices.

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Realtek HD Audio Driver 6.0.8899.1 WHQL

8899_FF00

Win 7,10 x32/64
PackageVersion = PG475
DriverVer=02/18/2020, 6.0.8899.1

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a little late on this but I mentioned them in other forums:

8895 PG475 Realtek HDA (nonUAD) + IntelHDASST + Maxxaudio versions (Dell only) {kudos to alanfox2000 for getting them as these kinds of driver packs are hard to come by}

8895_PG475_BC_SST4260_Waves2.7.12253.1_2.318_ASIO_WHQL_MUP.zip (inc. Realtek HDA driver + IntelHDASST 4260 driver + MaxxAudio app)

8895_PG475_BC_SST4288_Waves2.7.12253.1_2.318_ASIO_WHQL_MUP.zip (inc. Realtek HDA driver + IntelHDASST 4288 driver + MaxxAudio app)

{these packages have HDAADCMAX8.inf, HDXADCMAX8.inf & HDXADCMAX8S.inf files - may work on certain Dell business machines like Precision 7720, Latitude 7490, Precision 7920 Tower, Optiplex 7450 PCs)

 

8895_PG475_SST4260_Waves2.7.12253.1_2.318_ASIO_SCCM_WHQL_MUP.zip (inc. Realtek HDA driver + IntelHDASST 4260 driver + MaxxAudio app)

8895_PG475_SST4288_Waves2.7.12253.1_2.318_ASIO_SCCM_WHQL_MUP.zip (inc. Realtek HDA driver + IntelHDASST 4260 driver + MaxxAudio app)

{these packages have HDAMA7.inf, HDXMA7.inf & HDXSSMA7.inf files - designated as FF06 - may work on certain Dell consumer machines like Inspiron 5770, Vostro 5568, XPS 9360/9370 & 9560}

-edit 3/18/2020 - links removed due to DMCA takedown

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On 1/30/2020 at 7:44 PM, erp-ster7n said:

HWID "HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0668&SUBSYS_104313F0" is only supported by HDA (nonUAD) drivers, Siderwar13
according to this Drp.su page (which lists the HDXAsNahi.inf file that contains that specific ID and that ID is not included in UAD drivers).

You need an FF03 based Realtek HDA driver - there's a 6.0.8858.1 FF03 ASUS Realtek HDA driver available that you can install onto your Asus G752VSK laptop.
then obtain the Sonic Studio 3 non-uwp setup file from this big 6.0.8746.1 FF03 audio driver package from ASUS (open this 700Mb zip package in 7zip, goto the "SonicSuite" folder extract the Setup_SonicStudio3.exe file and run that EXE file to install Sonic Studio 3) 🙂

Edit - forget Dolby and creative soundblaster integration - your G752VSK laptop can't handle them anyway

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unrelated note (for all others):

Realtek HD Audio Driver 6.0.8885.1 WHQL Test  "repacked" version [for easy installation - UAD driver not 100% generic] - (Google Drive)  (Mediafire)

Hi my friend 

Thanks a lot for your info 

OK i installed it now and seems OK for my laptop and again thanks in advance 

but when i attempt to install sonic suite 3 it says that your device isn't supported and is there any other versions to install ?

i searched a lot in you tube there was a guy that modded realtek driver and installed the modded one and the nahimic 3 software worked for him and i done the things he told it worked for me too but the driver he just modded wasn't capable for my laptop ( my lap has 2 stereo 2W and a 4W bass speakers ) it separated stereo stereo speakers from bass  

the link :   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6tuvNfujnWQ

so whats your opinion on my problem ?

what software do you prefer ?

thanks for your answers 

and again my laptop specs :

HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0668&SUBSYS_104313F0&REV_1000
HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0668&SUBSYS_104313F0

asus rog g752vsk

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Hello to everybody !

Would you please suggest to me updated drivers for my HP Notebook (15S-EQ0013nl) ?

Now I stay with Realtek UAD drivers from Microsoft installed itself (6.0.8816 - end of October) and
HP Audio Center app automatically installed (branded Realtek Audio control app).

I use Windows 10 Pro 1909 and would upgrade to more recent version. Any idea?

My ID hardware as follows:

HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0236&SUBSYS_103C86FD&REV_1000
HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0236&SUBSYS_103C86FD

 

 

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3 hours ago, lucageo said:

Hello to everybody !

Would you please suggest to me updated drivers for my HP Notebook (15S-EQ0013nl) ?

Now I stay with Realtek UAD drivers from Microsoft installed itself (6.0.8816 - end of October) and
HP Audio Center app automatically installed (branded Realtek Audio control app).

I use Windows 10 Pro 1909 and would upgrade to more recent version. Any idea?

My ID hardware as follows:

HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0236&SUBSYS_103C86FD&REV_1000
HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0236&SUBSYS_103C86FD

 

 

you're in luck, lucageo.

There's this v6.0.8896.1 Realtek UAD driver from Hewlett-Packard's site inside the sp101717.exe package (it's about 358Mb in size cuz it bundles a bunch of extras - Realtek audio control uwp app included) - released almost a week ago
HWID "HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0236&SUBSYS_103C86FD" is mentioned in both the HDXHAPHPNB.inf & SEAPO64Ext.inf files.

You may need to uninstall the existing 6.0.8816.1 uad driver first and then clean install the 6.0.8896.1 uad driver when double-clicking on the sp101717.exe file

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I tryed without success. I downloaded the sp101717.exe file but clicking on it doesn't start and the file is ok I known.
May be the system is not recognized valid for updating. Is it necessary force the update by manual procedure ?
If it is so, what are the right steps ? Thank you.

I unpacked sp101717.exe file on a folder as you see below. Clicking on HPSETUP nothing happen.
Any suggestion ?

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IMG_20200311_130814.jpg

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erp-ster7n
13 hours ago, lucageo said:

I tryed without success. I downloaded the sp101717.exe file but clicking on it doesn't start and the file is ok I known.
May be the system is not recognized valid for updating. Is it necessary force the update by manual procedure ?
If it is so, what are the right steps ? Thank you.

I unpacked sp101717.exe file on a folder as you see below. Clicking on HPSETUP nothing happen.
Any suggestion ?

 

 

did you uninstall/remove the old Realtek UAD 6.0.8816.1 driver from the Programs & Features control panel first (run appwiz.cpl to open the Programs & Features control panel and look for Realtek High Definition Audio).  remove that first, reboot and try the 8896 uad driver install again [maybe this time use either Drvinstall.cmd, install.cmd or install_all.cmd batch script files - run those CMD files as Administrator]

It's too bad HP did not bundle a simple setup.exe program with the RtlUpd64.exe file properly installing/updating the UAD driver

Edit - it seems the HPSetup.exe file uses the HPsetup.inf file and you're right as it doesn't properly detect your system [only works with IDs "875A" & "875C" > aka. SUBSYS_103C875A & SUBSYS_103C875C; your HWID ends with "86FD", hence HPSetup.exe fails].  just use only the Install CMD files as those should work.  then reboot your HP computer once again for the 8896 driver to take effect

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Realtek UAD Generic [All OEMs] driver 6.0.8885.1 - MS Update (posted 3/14/2020)

https://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/Search.aspx?q=6.0.8885.1

also

Realtek UAD MSI 6.0.8904.1 + Nahimic3 v1.6.3 SWC Component driver from Nahimic Support

 

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On 3/14/2020 at 8:38 PM, erp-ster7n said:

Realtek UAD Generic [All OEMs] driver 6.0.8885.1 - MS Update (posted 3/14/2020)

https://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/Search.aspx?q=6.0.8885.1

also

Realtek UAD MSI 6.0.8904.1 + Nahimic3 v1.6.3 SWC Component driver from Nahimic Support

 

Hey . And for xiaomi mi notebook pro 15.6 there is nothing fresher?

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no sorry DmiTrah.  nothing new for your Xiaomi laptop PC [unless Xiaomi the manufacturer decides to issue new Realtek audio drivers for their recent machines]

because of this (read the topic & comments in another forum)
and this (read the comments in station drivers forum)

latest HDA driver is this one.

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On 3/14/2020 at 11:38 AM, erp-ster7n said:

Realtek UAD Generic [All OEMs] driver 6.0.8885.1 - MS Update (posted 3/14/2020)

https://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/Search.aspx?q=6.0.8885.1

also

Realtek UAD MSI 6.0.8904.1 + Nahimic3 v1.6.3 SWC Component driver from Nahimic Support

 

Thank you so much!!!

This newer version of the generic driver is also working perfectly on my Matebook D 15.

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18 hours ago, Franck said:

Thank you so much!!!

This newer version of the generic driver is also working perfectly on my Matebook D 15.

you're welcome 🙂

though Microsoft has just posted v6.0.8890.1 of the Realtek UAD generic driver on MS Update Catalog today 3/20:

https://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/Search.aspx?q=6.0.8890.1

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Realtek UAD Nahimic 6.0.8918.1 driver (MSI & Gigabyte versions) from MEGA

thanks to ador250 for getting this

although Gigabyte has this 8890 UAD Nahimic package on their web site, it actually has the 8918 uad driver files (in other words, this download was mis-labeled)

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Realtek HD Audio Driver 6.0.8924.1 WHQL (HP/Compaq systems only; HDA FF00) - not generic

sp102277.exe - (release notes)

Win 7,10 x64
PackageVersion = PG475
DriverVer=03/26/2020, 6.0.8924.1

also

Realtek HD Audio Driver 6.0.8882.1 WHQL (HP/Compaq systems only; HDA FF04) - not generic

sp102002.exe - (release notes)

Win 10 x64
PackageVersion = PG475
DriverVer=01/16/2020, 6.0.8882.1

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these just in

Realtek HD Audio Driver 6.0.8904.1 UAD "generic" from MS Update (includes generic hdxrt.inf & hdxrtsst.inf files)

https://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/Search.aspx?q=6.0.8904.1

Realtek HD Audio Driver 6.0.8907.1 UAD from MS Update (many OEMs but not generic - does not include the hdxrt.inf & hdxrtsst.inf files)

https://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/Search.aspx?q=6.0.8907.1

Realtek HD Audio Driver 6.0.8899.1 HDA FF00 X64 (older version) from MS Update (cab download) - WHQL from Vista to Win10 [posted 4/11/2020]

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