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Crosshair Vi Hero DTS & Dolby Audio Driver Fixed

Lord_Chunks
Level 7
Crosshair Vi Hero DTS & Dolby Audio Driver Fixed
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Necacom Catalog PC Drivers
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necacom Post Latest Drivers
Realtek High Definition Audio (HDA)....
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https://necacom.net/index.php/realtek/hda
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https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ao-k31O1onq_gtNfVVFl1ZR08gMg_A

RltkAPO64.dll
Take Said file and put in driver folder (Win64) you download from necacom then run setup.exe
Just repeat that everytime a new driver comes out. (Check Necacom They update alot)

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This will work for other motherboards too... the file will work on anything realtek 64bit any verion of driver. find your driver and replace file

Supporting Realtek audio chips
ALC1220, ALC1150, ALC882, ALC883, ALC885, ALC886, ALC887, ALC888, ALC889, ALC892, ALC899, ALC861VD, ALC891, ALC900, ALC660, ALC662, ALC663, ALC665, ALC667, ALC668, ALC670, ALC671, ALC672, ALC676, ALC680, ALC221, ALC231, ALC233, ALC235, ALC236, ALC255, ALC256, ALC260, ALC262, ALC267, ALC268, ALC269, ALC270, ALC272, ALC273, ALC275, ALC276, ALC280, ALC282, ALC283, ALC284, ALC286, ALC288, ALC290, ALC292, ALC293, ALC298, ALC383

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Can igonor Below just older Drivers OR As you will...
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Sonic Studio 3 and Sonic Radar 3 not work with the drivers. Microsoft update catalog reltek drivers are missing the code for it to work.
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Microsoft Update Catalog Realtek Drivers - No Asus Software Only Realtek HD Audio Manager + Driver
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Install Guide Catalog Realtek Drivers: Extract Rar - Go to Device Manager (Windows key + R devmgmt.msc Enter - under sound, video and game conteoller (4th From Bottom click drop down) - double click Realtek High Definition Audio - Driver Tab - update driver (Button) - Browse My compter for driver software - clcik browse and find the extracted folder from earlier, select it single click press ok (Button) - click next - pop up click install - click ok - reboot.

Try Installing Newest Driver First at top of post - make sure windows 10 is up to date


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Last Updated: May 15, 2018

DRIVER VERSION: 6.0.1.8447

(Only 64-bit Windows 10 Version 1803)

https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ao-k31O1onq_gthh9G2Nnbc7NVsmGw

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Last Updated:
April 10, 2018

DRIVER VERSION: 6.0.1.8419

(Only 64-bit Windows 10)

https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ao-k31O1onq_gtgLUQn2rlAG_zdpDA

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Last Updated:
March 6th 2018

DRIVER VERSION: 6.0.1.8393

(64-bit Windows 10)

https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ao-k31O1onq_gtU3HJxW2cC7YeYoKw

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Last Updated:
February 27th 2018

DRIVER VERSION: 6.0.1.8383

(64-bit Windows 10)

https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ao-k31O1onq_gtUvz_0gAhywwvNBMQ

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Aduio Driver Fix for DTS and Dolby Digital

Last Updated: February 6th 2018
DRIVER VERSION: 6.0.1.8366
(Only 64-bit Windows 10)

https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ao-k31O1onq_gtRImK1tn67GvVbpQA

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Last Updated: January 23rd 2018
DRIVER VERSION: 6.0.1.8356
(Only 64-bit Windows 10)

https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ao-k31O1onq_gtNxavcF7PjMubZtHQ

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Asus setup with Microsoft Update Catalog Realtek Drivers
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Install Guide uninstall current driver -reboot

Extract Rar - run asussetup wait- click ok on pop two times - cmd disapear - reboot - enjoy.

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Last Updated: January 16th 2018
DRIVER VERSION: 6.0.1.8351
(Only 64-bit Windows 10)

https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ao-k31O1onq_gtNglPWrOIifC7d1Og

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Last Updated: January 5th 2018
DRIVER VERSION: 6.0.1.8341

https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ao-k31O1onq_gtNVtOyjyCfmPOlqxw

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realtek high definition audio
driver 6.0.1.8295

https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ao-k31O1onq_gtFPkh7Nq4cmUVDmxQ

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Crosshair Vi Hero Support Page Drivers
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Version 6.0.1.8339 2018/02/27754.74 MBytesRealtek Audio Drive
Realtek Audio Driver V6.0.1.8339
Updated Amplify Level behavior to prevent overwriting manual adjustments upon reboot or resume from sleep/hibernation.

https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ao-k31O1onq_gthkk5VdFrVzMZ-pjg

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Version 8090 2017/04/27459.48 MBytesAudio Driver
Add RS2 support for Sonic Studio 3 and Sonic Radar 3.

https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ao-k31O1onq_gsMgjcft2inlFiuRkg

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Install Guide

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For spdif optical cable 5.1 surround dts interactive and Dolby digital live also dolby pro logic 2 shows no idea if it works.
also the drivers are signed

Steps to install
uninstall old drivers reboot
0. Run Asussetup.exe
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1. message pop twice - click ok both - Just Trying to install sonic studio - and sonic radar - stop em from installing you have to do manual if you want.
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2. when cmd disapear shortly after clicking ok - reboot
3. open realtek hd audio manager - click defualt tab - click the button dts and dolby a few times - Nothing Change - Reboot Again
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4 step 3 will now work
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enjoy

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Lord Chunks wrote:
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set to DTS Interactive
then
Music dose play 2.1 - if you go to playback devices - double click realtek device - there be a dolby tab - check box - click it - apply - ok - ok
enables dolby home theater (Dolby Pro Logic II) then music should play as 5.1


looking at your avr manual n specs
no support for DTS NEO so the connect tab might not work.
http://th.harmankardon.com/tl_files/catalog//harman-kardon/Home/Specsheets/Audio%20Video%20Receivers...


[h=1]HTML5 AAC Audio Playback Tests - Multichannelhttps://www2.iis.fraunhofer.de/AAC/multichannel.html

Your Welcome



Brilliant job Lord Chunks! Your hacked driver is working absolutely fine! Scary message when installing the unsigned driver, but well, it does no harm 😉
Cheers you lot!
/chrome

i'm using external DAC (via optical output).. will I notice the difference after upgrading to the latest driver?

datspike
Level 7
Got a strange audio hiss issue while installing 6.0.1.8383 over the 6.0.1.8356 to get the manager, reverted back to the 6.0.1.8356 and its working right finally.

Got pissed about mic noise problems on the Asus supplied driver, have not got a realtek manager on the R2.82 driver from realtek website.. Now here is the solution.
You're da man OP

upd. Is there any way to get the mic noise suppression option back at any of those versions? I believe it was avaliable on the realtek's R2.81 driver.

datspike wrote:
Got a strange audio hiss issue while installing 6.0.1.8383 over the 6.0.1.8356 to get the manager, reverted back to the 6.0.1.8356 and its working right finally.

Got pissed about mic noise problems on the Asus supplied driver, have not got a realtek manager on the R2.82 driver from realtek website.. Now here is the solution.
You're da man OP

upd. Is there any way to get the mic noise suppression option back at any of those versions? I believe it was avaliable on the realtek's R2.81 driver.


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Noise Suppression (NS) was removed at some point after R2.81

R2.81
version 6.0.1.8036
https://1drv.ms/f/s!Ao-k31O1onq_gtU4Ck4olEdLPlaOYA

To test uninstall later driver by programs and Features Reboot
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Extract Rar - Go to Device Manage - under sound, video and game conteoller - double click Realtek High Definition Audio - Driver Tab - update driver (Button) - Browse My compter for driver software - clcik browse amd find the exstracted folder, select it single click press ok (Button) - click next - driver should have installed click ok - reboot

Operation_Nadet
Level 7
patchnotes would be nice. And in Headline: ADUIO to AUDIO ^.^
Mainboard:ASUS +6H
GPU: GTX 1080 Auros Gigabyte
CPU: R5 1600X stock
PSU: Be quiet straight power 10 500W
RAM: Trident Z DDR4 3600 @3,2 Ghz CL16

rubenalamina
Level 7
Is there a way to have Sonic Studio with the latest Microsoft Update Catalog drivers listed in the OP? I ask because I'd like to use the sound or microphone enhancements while still being able to have DDL/DTS.

There are setups for Sonic Studio in the ASUS audio drivers from their website but I don't know if they will work with more recent drivers. Anyone tried running that setup from inside the audio driver file?

Thanks. I'll post back in case I can try it.

Please let us know about Sonic Studio. The only processing I use currently is the builtin driver EQ, sound normalization, and Dolby Prologic for stereo sources.

rubenalamina
Level 7
I installed the latest driver but I got issues with Windows. The new audio devices settings in the April update couldn't be selected and the settings window just closed itself every time I tried to access it.

I'm downloading the latest version of Realtek drivers with a patched file to see if it works better. I'll post back whenever I have this working on my Z370-E or not.

I could be mistaken, but, I think you first need to install the driver from the Microsoft catalog download (further down the list of links); which contains the asus installer needed. You also wont need to use an unsigned driver or make a registry settings change. Good luck.

rubenalamina wrote:
I installed the latest driver but I got issues with Windows. The new audio devices settings in the April update couldn't be selected and the settings window just closed itself every time I tried to access it.

I'm downloading the latest version of Realtek drivers with a patched file to see if it works better. I'll post back whenever I have this working on my Z270-E or not.

mkanet wrote:
I could be mistaken, but, I think you first need to install the driver from the Microsoft catalog download (further down the list of links); which contains the asus installer needed. You also wont need to use an unsigned driver or make a registry settings change. Good luck.


Yea, I am trying to figure this out now too. This whole process is opaque as hell. Never really explained.

Summary: TL; DR, there seems to be 3 options-

The cracked OEM Driver here, where newest is at the top

A cracked version on tech power up that also includes other software- (Some sound blaster stuff)
https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/unlocked-realtek-hd-audio-drivers-windows-7-8-with-dolby-...
- really confusing there too- 112 pages of banter to pick through. Its always hard. Start at the end and go backwards- nothing makes sense but you dont miss the critical update on page 49. Or at the beginning, and understand, but be 4 years behind.

Theres also a replace patch that seems to replace 2 files in the system directory. https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/unlocked-realtek-hd-audio-drivers-windows-7-8-with-dolby-...

So, I haven't figured out differences yet, or even if it makes sense for me to do this. I don't use digital output. I don't have any headphones yet that are worthy.

Several of those guys link over here.