Lord Chunks wrote:
drivers are from Microsoft Update Catalog - where using the 64bit version - thye also have 32 bit
link above use edge or ie
I asked about the one you were distributing before this one from microsoft.
The one that was edited but signed and was detected as a virus.
But I see you even edited that post now 😛
So nevermind xD
Actually the one you still link in some of your posts (not the one from microsoft)... is the one Iam asking about and thats the edited driver.
Where did this patch or the whole driver come from? Is my question xD
You made it yourself? Found it somewhere? Where?
Why reupload it yourself and not state sources is where my question comes from. Especially if it contains (probably) false positive.
(specific patch: realtek high definition audio driver 126.96.36.19995\WIN64\realtek.hd.sound.driver-patch.exe)
Yep I cant get 5.1 or DTS working on a windows level, with any official drivers.
Meaning that it will switch to 5.1 or DTS, but only if the source material is setting it. (example: 5.1 video/movie in MPC-HC)
Unable set it in windows sound options, but if I play some 5.1 video it will switch to it.
But thats really bad for many applications and mainly games, as most of them read settings from windows, if you cant set it manually in the game.
So I have to use unofficial unlocked driver.
Exactly this version by Alan Finote:
From thread: https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/unlocked-realtek-hd-audio-drivers-windows-7-8-10-with-dol...
Be sure to follow the instructions. You gotta disable driver signature enforcing (step 2) for it to work, as it is not officially signed and it is a custom edited version of the driver.
It will most probably get picked up as a virus (KGAGen.exe), but it should be ok. Used it for quite a few months now.
Any newer versions from that thread disabled 5.1 or DTS again, so I settled with that version (188.8.131.5258)...but it was some time since I tried.
After that you can simply set your Surround or DTS in windows.
Windows update might reinstall it from time to time.
My sound goes over S/PDIF (optical) and using Windows 10 64bit.
Wish it was properly fixed though.