Apparently the software has a few issues with the new Windows 10 Anniversary Update. So for now I'd recommend you guys no update to that Windows version yet.
Also have you (russiandivxclub and Halodies) tried turning the knob to the right a few times to turn up the volume? I remember seeing the audio level moving and not hearing anything. I just had to turn up the volume on the DAC. It does take a few turns to start hearing the sound. 🙂
This is the most asinine "solution" ever.
Don't up update Windows 10 just to keep an already faulty component functional? Don't update your OS that is still in infancy and don't update to the latest rebuild? Don't update the OS even though competent component manufacturers like Nvidia release drivers that work alongside the latest Windows 10 update. Sure, let's make all the other factors in the PC suffer because Asus can't get their **** together. A beta driver is fine, right? It's not like I paid top dollar for the most expensive motherboard on the market today.
Exactly. Plus, as far as I can tell, there's no way to "roll back" a new install of windows--it starts with AU as default, and doesn't provide a prior state.
The fact that this "Raja@ASUS" character chooses to reply to some posts but then completely ignores this issue that so many users are having is ridiculous.
I still have some days left in order to return my Rampage V Edition 10 to Amazon... I wonder if the MSI's Godlike Carbon users have no BT and no sound in Windows 10 AU1...
Catalonio "sound is perfect": please elaborate... 🙂
I don't think ASUS software department is the greatest (never has been other than amateurish, still better than Gigabyte, LOL, not sure about MSI, but MSI website is 1000 times faster than Asus) and production QA supervision isn't either top like lets say in Europe, but the parts are mostly fine. I think they have too many departments each running on its own.
In this case it looks like the installation routine is buggy. I got it working perfectly on one Win 10 AU Home 64-bit partition. But on my Win 10 AU Pro 64-bit partition it just doesn't work.
And then you have lacking feature integration: no working headphones detection on an "all REaltek" mobo+hifi box is totally stu pid. Can't count the times that I start a game with the wrong audio having to restart it and always having to check before launching a game which audiodevice and output is preselected... Zzzz Always in beta, living by forum posts to make things work, maybe that's why (stupid or clever?) sheep turn towards consoles and macs...
But Chino says he has it working by not updating to AU, right? You said your's is working on W10AU 64-Bit Home.
You have the DAC working?