Info Latest Realtek Audio Drivers

MadScientist

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I have an Asrock B550 Phantom Gaming 4 MB. I was using the Realtek/Nahimic drivers but had all sorts of problems with Nahimic. I purged my system of everything Nahimic and A-Volute. I am now using the latest Realtek drivers and its software components with Windows 11.
You can get them from the MUC. Realtek 6.0.9282.1 audio http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/...cb9d54158a.cab and Realtek Software Component DriverVer = 01/11/2022, 11.0.6000.1011 http://download.windowsupdate.com/c/msdownload/update/driver/drvs/2022/01/6f9209db-d1bd-42a3-bb78-657c95394ec2_f2a651e9914a5dcc311318beef21101ee9fa531c.cab

Edit: 1/29/2022

I'm assuming that most know how to install drivers from a cab file. https://pureinfotech.com/install-cab-file-windows-10/ Same for Windows 11. I prefer just to extract them and update them from Device Manager.
 
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blckgrffn

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Go to the Asrock forum, there are several threads on this topic.
But we live here!

I had to reinstall some old drivers to get the Sound Blaser Connect Windows App to see the sound card in an Asrock H370 build I just did. It's nuts how much the sound drivers and their control panels are treated as constant abandonware, I've had similar experience with Gigabyte boards that I use for most of my builds too.

Seems like anything fancier than the Windows built in controls is just destined to break or fail spectacularly over time.
 
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MadScientist

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Go to the Asrock forum, there are several threads on this topic.
I am also a member of that forum, same user name, and have posted several times there on the problems with the Realtek/Nahimic drivers, and posted links to the latest Realtek drivers and its software components on MUC. I live on several forums.
 

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