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UNi Xonar Drivers 1.80 (post periodically updated)

Page updates/changelog:

  • 01 Oct 2015: Updated notes about Windows 10 compatibility.
  • 30 Sep 2015 : UNi Xonar v1.80 rev.2 drivers are released.
  • 18 Sep 2015 : UNi Xonar v1.80 drivers are released.
  • 28 Oct 2014 : UNi Xonar v1.75a rev.2 drivers are released.
  • 23 Oct 2014 : UNi Xonar v1.75b rev.2 drivers are released.
  • 22 Oct 2014 : UNi Xonar v1.75 drivers are released.
  • 06 Jan 2014 : UNi Xonar v1.72 and v1.64 rev.2 drivers are released.
  • 10 Sep 2013 : Good news everyone! If you ever wanted to save Xonar settings as switchable profiles,  access to most of the settings while staying away from the Asus Xonar Audio center or just wanted something better than the Standalone Apps then you should head on to XonarSwitch Beta page (by Giulio).
  • See more post updates

UNi Xonar drivers are modded Windows drivers for the following cards:

  • Asus Xonar: DG, DGX, DG SI, DS, DSX, D1, D2, DX, D2X, HDAV, HDAV Slim, ST, STX, STX II, Xense.

  • Other C-Media CMI8788 audio chip based cards: Auzentech X-Meridian & X-Meridian 2G; HT Omega Claro Plus, 2, Halo, eClaro; Razer Barracuda AC-1. (view full list)


UNi Xonar Features

FAQ & troubleshooting guide (updated 27 Feb 2015)

Useful tips & suggestions | Known issues & workarounds (updated 27 Feb 2013)

UNi Xonar installer addon documentation

Having problems installing UNi Xonar drivers? Refer to this topic

Please note that these are modded drivers and there are limitations regarding how much the actual original drivers can be fixed this way.

A WORD ABOUT DONATIONS – Donation list here.

Let me first say that these drivers are free of charge for everyone. Those of you who appreciate my hard work and take pleasure in contributing, you can make a small donation (like 2 to 5$). Bear in mind you don’t donate for ASUS & C-Media intellectual property & work, you do it for the work that I have done.

CONTRIBUTIONS – Contributors list here.

Surely donating is not the only way you can support this project. You can submit your custom made skin, icon, application or any other little enchantments that can make UNi Xonar better. Lets not forget about spreading the word about UNi Xonar drivers and helping other Xonar owners.


Release notes 1.80

UNi Xonar installer changes:

  • Added DPI interface scaling to the installer.
  • Added card autodetection and if the audio card is not detected it will show an error message with possible reasons for that.
  • Improved driver cleaning. It uninstalls all copies of the Xonar/C-media CMI8788 drivers that are present in the driver repository. By installing drivers with “Run driver cleaning” option you won’t be able to use “Roll Back Driver” option for the audio card in Device Manager.
  • Changed the driver installation procedure. Added a fail safe driver installer that should help in those cases where you were required to manually install the audio driver or install it in safe mode. Silent installation is always on and its user option has been removed. If standard driver installation gets stuck (does not finish after 100 sec) it is automatically closed. If standard driver installer fails to install the drivers then an alternate driver installer is launched. If that fails too, you will get notified by the installer that driver installation failed.

Driver changes:

  • Windows XP: Added support for other CMI8788 cards.
  • Windows 10: Fix for microphone not working with some cards.
  • Xonar DG, DGX, DG SI: Front Panel jack detection should now work if it did with the original drivers.
  • Fixed GX not being turned off by default in “Normal” configuration for the following cards Xonar D2, D2X, DG, DGX and DG SI.

Rev. 2 changes:

  • Improved and fixed some problems with the new driver installation procedure.
  • Added different messages based on why installation failed.
  • Fixed “Front Panel Microphone” not working by default.

The 1.80 drivers come in two variants:

  • 1.80a “Standard”

Driver for all supported cards. Replacement for 1.75a driver. Includes 1816 audio drivers for Win XP and 1823 audio drivers for Windows Vista/7/8/8.1/10.

Driver changes:

  • Windows Vista/7/8/8.1/10: Updated audio driver to 1823 (built date: 2 Jun 2015).
  • Includes updated driver installer, ASUS Audio Center and C-Media Panel.

Other notes:

  • 1823 audio drivers are the first drivers released for Windows 10 by ASUS/C-Media. Whether they perform any better than 1822 or STXII 11.5 drivers remains to be seen.
  • Xonar STX II: It’s possible that these drivers could work for STXII cards. Need confirmation for this. Installation on Windows Vista/7/8.1/10 x64 requires Windows running in Test Mode or with “Disable Driver Signature Enforcement” option.
  • 1.80b “STXII”

Driver maily for STX II and  STX II 7.1 cards. It does work for the other UNi Xonar supported cards too. Replacement for 1.75b driver. Includes STX II version 11.5 audio drivers (built date: 18 Feb 2014).

Driver changes:

  • Includes updated ASIO (, driver installer, ASUS Audio Center and C-Media Panel.
  • Windows XP: Drivers now work for all UNi Xonar supported cards. These were not working with 1.75b drivers.

Rev. 2 changes:

  • Fixed “Asus Audio Center” not working properly and getting replaced by C-Media Panel when installing with “Normal – Asus Audio Center” configuration.

Other notes:


Release notes 1.75

UNi Xonar Installer changes:

  • Various changes and improvements done to the UNi Xonar installer.
  • Added warning message if installing the drivers would require Test Mode.
  • XonarSwitch is now automatically closed before installing the audio drivers.
  • Improved “Apply addons” function. Included .inf files from the drivers can now be dynamically altered. Documentation can be read here. Applying new 1.75 compatible versions of addons (like DHT4) will display the proper audio driver version now and users could now choose which addons they want to install once these are added to the Uni Xonar installer location.

Known issues:

  • GX is not turned off by default in Normal configuration for the following cards Xonar D2, D2X, DG, DGX, DG SI.

The 1.75 drivers come in two variants:

  • 1.75a “Standard”

Driver for previously supported cards. Same audio drivers as those in 1.72 (1816 for Win XP, 1822 for Windows Vista/7/8/8.1/10).

Rev.2 changes:

  • Fixed ASUS and C-Media Panels not working in Win XP.
  • Includes updated driver installer and C-Media Panel.

Known issues:

  • The installer is showing “Warning: Test mode to be enabled!” message by mistake if Xonar Xense selected as card.

Possible issues:

  • Missing Dolby Pro-Logic IIx options from C-media Panel. If you have this issue, you can use the “C-media Panel v1.62” installer addon or install v1.72 drivers.
  • 1.75b “STXII”

Driver mainly for STX II and  STX II 7.1 cards. It also works with UNi Xonar previously supported cards.

Rev.2 changes:

  • Fixed issue where installer did not apply the correct audio settings (e.g. to fix surround echo). Anyone who installed the previous 1.75b drivers should install the 1.75b rev.2.

Driver changes:

  • Includes updated ASIO ( , ASUS Audio Center and C-Media Panel.
  • Includes STX II version 11.5  audio drivers (created on 18 Feb 2014).

Other notes:

  • These drivers will work with the previously supported Xonar cards on Win Vista/7/8.1/10 but may require that you enable Windows Test Mode on 64 bit OS.
  • These drivers do not work for the other Xonar cards on Windows XP.

Known issues:

  • ASIO in 64 bit mode does not work. The cause of this issue is the 64 bit asio  dll file from the original STXII drivers.


Release notes 1.72

These drivers bring Windows 8.1 support.

Driver changes:

  • Updated audio driver to version 1822 for Windows Vista/7/8/8.1. Still using 1816 for Windows XP.
  • Includes updated driver installer, ASUS Audio Center and C-Media Panel.

Other notes:

  • New icon for UNi Xonar installer. Thanks to propheticus for his contribution.
  • ASUS Audio Center and C-Media Panel tray icons now have higher resolution icons. Useful for >100% DPI settings.

Release notes 1.71

Driver changes:

  • Updated audio driver to 1821 for Windows Vista/7/8  and 1816 for Windows XP.
  • Includes updated driver installer

UNi Xonar Installer changes:

  • Fixed some issues with Driver cleaning module
  • Improved and fixed some potential issues with UNi Xonar Installer

Known issues :

  • C-media Panel: Enabling and disabling “7.1 Virtual shifter” option disables stereo upmix. Use “Stereo upmix switch” to re-enable it or you can use the C-media Panel v1.62 addon (it will revert to an slightly older C-Media Panel version)
  • In some cases,  WASAPI exclusive playback is interrupted by playback from other audio applications. More details here.  Fix: If you don’t use S/PDIF, disable Digital Output from Control panel->Sound. It’s confirmed that the audio drivers included in 1.70 don’t have this issue.
  • Win Vista/7/8, there are reports that you cannot play sound through S/PDIF and headphones at the same time.


Release notes 1.70

Driver changes:

  • For Windows Vista/7/8 it includes 1818 audio drivers. For Win XP it includes 1814 audio drivers.
  • Includes updated versions of Updated C-media and Asus panels.
  • Fixed HTOmega Claro 2 driver support.
  • Fixed driver signature issues for the other non-Xonar cards that were present in previous release.

UNi Xonar Installer changes:

  • Added option to apply addons at driver installation.
  • Improved Low DPC Latency option. Now it allows access to C-media Panel as well. And Asus Audio Center won’t autostart after driver installation like it previously did.
  • Improved Driver Cleaning process. Now it will clean the Panel and HsMgr(GX) processes startup entries too.
  • Reduced the overall installer size (from 13MB to 7MB)
  • Replaced Windows XP driver installer with the same one that’s being used in Windows 7. Please report if there are any malfunctions compared to previous UNi Xonar driver releases.
  • Removed “1777 drivers + Asio 1.0”. This option lives on as an addon.
  • Rev 2: Applied all UNi installer fixes from 1.71

Known issues :

  • C-media Panel: Enabling and disabling “7.1 Virtual shifter” option disables stereo upmix. Use “Stereo upmix switch” to re-enable it or you can use the C-media Panel v1.62 addon (it will revert to an slightly older C-Media Panel version)


Release notes 1.64 rev.2

  • All the improvements and changes done to the UNi Xonar installer from 1.7x versions have been incorporated into this release (like support for addons).
  • Updated C-Media Panel with the one included in 1.72 release.

Other notes:

  • New icon for UNi Xonar installer. Thanks to propheticus for concept and contribution.
  • ASUS Audio Center and C-Media Panel tray icons now have higher resolution icons. Useful for >100% DPI settings.

Read Previous Release Notes


Notes about Windows 10 RTM compatibility (updated 1 Oct 2015)

UNi Xonar drivers above v1.64 will work in Windows 10 but since the audio drivers are not yet made specifically for Windows 10 there could be some issues that you could run into depending on audio settings used. Different drivers could work differently so if you encounter any issues try installing the other UNi Xonar versions.

Apart from driver issues there could be issues solely from Windows 10 sound system that would be fixed with future Windows updates. There is also a small chance that some things could break with future Windows updates.

Update 01 Oct 2015: The Windows 10 development team is fixing some audio issues with Windows 10. The fixes where made available for testing starting with Windows 10 Insider Preview build 10547.

100% compatible drivers when?

Because of the very slow development of the audio drivers by C-Media and the long time it takes for C-Media partners (ASUS and HTOmega) to release the new drivers it may take a while before we have a 100% compatible driver for Windows 10.  If we are lucky we will have new audio drivers in 2-3 months after Windows 10 RTM launch. As soon as new audio drivers became available I will release a new UNi Xonar drivers package.

Update 01 Oct 2015: 1823 audio drivers are the first drivers released for Windows 10 by ASUS/C-Media. Whether they perform any better than 1822 or STXII 11.5 drivers remains to be seen.

About Chrome stutter issues on sites like YouTube. (27 Aug 2015)

Update 27 Aug 2015: The stutter issues on youtube are  fixed with the latest Chrome build released on 20 Aug 2015 (v 44.0.2403.157). Reports indicate that stutter issues are still happening for videos on other websites (eg. daily motion, facebook, instagram).

Update 7 Aug 2015: After some testing and some reading it seems that the stuttering issues are not related to the UNi Xonar drivers. I’ve got the same behavior with Realtek’s onboard audio and from what it looked liked. My guess the issue is caused either by Windows 10 or Chrome.

There is a Chromium issue opened here.

Here are some things you could try:

  • Change Chrome audio buffer size.
  • Change/keep sample rate to 44.1 kHz both in the audio panel and Windows Volume->Playback devices->(…) Audio Device Proprieties -> Advanced -> Default Format.
  • Change sample rates back and forward a couple of times.

Driver Downloads (for Windows only):

  1. UNi Xonar 1816/1823 v1.80a r2      mirror1
  2. UNi Xonar STXII 11.5 v1.80b r2      mirror1
  3. UNi Xonar 1816/1822 v1.75a r2       mirror1      mirror2
  4. UNi Xonar STXII 11.5 v1.75b r2       mirror1      mirror2
  5. UNi Xonar 1816/1822 v1.72    mirror   
  6. UNi Xonar 1816/1821 v1.71    mirror
  7. UNi Xonar 1814/1818 v1.70   mirror   
  8. UNi Xonar 1814/1815 v1.64 r2   mirror    (proven stable)
  9. Older versions : v1.63 beta; v1.62 betav1.54 ; v1.61 ; v1.53

Official addons (documentation):

  1. “1777 drivers + Asio 1.0” aka “ASIO 1.0 Patch”. Info.
  2. C-media Panel v1.62 (fixes stereo upmix turning off for v1.64 rev.1 drivers)

3rd party addons page here.

Standalone applications for changing settings : 

1. Standalone apps pack* (mirror). Legacy, preferably use XonarSwitch with separate profiles instead. Contains :

    1. Front panel switch v3.2
    2. SampleRate switch v1.2
    3. Microphone Array Enabler v1.1 – Might be useful if you have an microphone array
    4. HDAV HDMI enabler v1.0 – This application hasn’t been tested please submit feedback if it works or not. It appears it is not needed anymore.
    5. Acoustic Echo Cancellation enabler v1.0 – Useful for other Cmedia 8788 based cards that lack this setting
    6. Stereo upmix switch v1.0
    7. 7.1 virtual speaker shifter enhanced profile v1.0 – Profile created by Cu. This profile should enhance the effect of positioning in games when using Dolby Headphones and 7.1 virtual speaker shifter. Please provide feedback about this profile. Demo.
    8. Headphones ohm Amp switch v1.0  – Works only with the cards that support this.

*All these apps are based on scripts created by Virus. Before running the files, close any audio source/application.

2. Other Xonar related applications:

    1. Front Panel switch new versionmirror (by Virus; notes)
    2. ASIO settings viewer/changer (ext link)
    3. Audio re-starter for sound loop problem for Win Vista/7/8 by Razord93 (ext link)
    4. Xonar-EQ – Control Xonar equalizer settings from your Android phone or tablet. By Sascha.


  1. Rob    02 Oct 2015 @ 21:05   

    HI !! I have got some annoying problem with my DX card and it seems that it has been a common problem for several users in the past and recently. The problem is that ever since i installed Win 10 x64 right channel goes silent randomly and it seems like it happens mostly on Chrome and when starting a Youtube movie so far. Just when the video starts its goes silent on right and i need to reboot or deactivate the card and reactivate to get it working normal again. And sometimes like today i have also that full volume white noise problem which also occured a few times on Win 7 but not often. Im using the latest firmware on the card aswell tried Asus and urs Win 10 beta driver with same problem. Any suggestions would be nice altho i know there hasnt been any real answers to these problems what i have found. When the card works its 100% perfect just very annoying with this bugs and would be pity to go back to onboard soundcard instead.


  2. Jasper    02 Oct 2015 @ 21:50   

    Hi.. I’m using a Xonar DG on windows 10 64bit with driver v1.80a r2, Everything is working perfectly except for the microphone. It doesn’t record voice input, so i’m unable make skype calls.. any fix for that?


    • CarvedInside    02 Oct 2015 @ 22:01   

      Is you microphone connected to the front panel of the case or directly to the card?
      Make sure you have it selected the microphone for the Xonar DG as “Default device” and “Default communication device” in Windows Volume->Recording Devices.
      If it is set as default and it still does not work try unchecking and checking the “front panel microphone” option from the Audio Panel or from Windows->Volume->Recording devices-> “Microphone Asus Xonar DG(…)” Proprieties-> Custom.

      Let us know if the tips above worked and which one.


      • Jasper    02 Oct 2015 @ 23:14   

        1. It’s connected via the front panel.
        2. In Recording devices Microphone (Xonar DG) is set to “Default device” and “Default communication device”
        3. Tried switching between Font Mic and Microphone, didn’t worked..
        When switched to front mic and enable monitoring it keeps outputting a high-pitched static noise and when switched to microphone it produces a low static noise.


        • CarvedInside    03 Oct 2015 @ 01:22   

          I don’t know what it could be. Try your microphone in the onboard audio card and see if it works there. Of course you will need to set that as default.


  3. Tuoni    02 Oct 2015 @ 22:50   

    Endpoint protection doesn’t like the new installer and files at all.
    Main executable is blocked and after installation Endpoint is also not happy with a handful of dll’s in the windows/system folder. For now i reverted back to 1.75b r2 as that version installed and worked just fine on my system.


    • CarvedInside    03 Oct 2015 @ 01:28   

      I’ve received feedback from another STX II owner and for him 1.80b r2 installed with all settings properly set up and with ASUS Audio Center autostarting at Windows startup.
      Now that you mention Endpoint protection not liking the 1.80b r2 drivers, that might explain the partial install and maybe some files and actions where blocked.
      You are perfectly fine with 1.75b r2 but if in he future you will like to install a new xonar driver you might need to pause the protection and add those files to the antivirus exception list.
      Regarding the paranoid protection of some security suits I’m not sure what I can do.


      • Tuoni    03 Oct 2015 @ 01:46   

        I read your comment about partial installation and that made me think about a possible issue with Endpoint.
        I will try to install 1.80b r2 with Endpoint disabled and see if that will result into a full complete installation. It’s weird that Endpoint doesn’t give any notifications during installation but as soon as you try to run the program after Endpoint starts to be difficult about multiple files in multiple folders which makes it harder to make a(n) exception(s) for.


        • Tuoni    03 Oct 2015 @ 02:20   

          Hmm.. cant edit my own post.
          Anyway. I installed 1.80b r2 with Endpoint completely disabled (as in log only mode, don’t delete or block anything). That seems to help as it installed without problems and the control panel is auto starting with windows now. Also have the UNi Xonar driver entry in the software panel now which helps if i ever want to uninstall it again. Driver still installed with GX enabled, samplerate set to 96Khz and S/PDIF out enabled though.
          Endpoint doesn’t go nuts over the dll files which was most likely caused by the incomplete and therefor mismatching installation of those files.

          In short everything seems to be back to normal now except for the weird default settings after installation.

          PS Why is it called “Oxygen HD Audio” in the control panel now? I liked the old “UNi Xonar Driver” name and the corresponding icon better. :-)

          LE:Another small update
          I did a full scan to see which files are a problem for Endpoint or other antivirus programs. The scan shows that only the “cmicnfgp.dll” file in the windows syswow64 folder is causing a problem and Endpoint wants to quarantine it. I made an exception for that .dll file.. i totally trust you on this one ;-P and Endpoint is “happy” with the Xonar drivers now.
          Maybe it worth looking into how to avoid the “cmicnfgp.dll” file being seen as a possible threat by antivirus software with future driver package releases.


          • CarvedInside    05 Oct 2015 @ 03:07   

            Thank you for the feedback so far.
            It’s showed as “Oxygen HD Audio” because the configuration file where it is labeled as “UNi Xonar Driver” wasn’t properly installed.
            The “cmicnfgp.dll” file is C-Media Panel and its also used to launch Asus Audio Center. I take the file from the original driver files and replace icons and some images.

            If you still got 1.80b r2 drivers installed I would like to know some things. Can you tell me if you got “cmudaxp.ini” and “cmudaxp_STXII.ini” in “C:\Windows”. If you don’t have them, do a search for them in the Windows directory and see if they are other directory. If its possible I would like for you to send me these cmudaxp.ini and cmudaxp_STXII.ini files and any cmcnfg*.ini files that are stored in “C:\Windows\System\”. You can e-mail them to me. These are Xonar driver configuration files generated by the installer and might be of help in figuring what is going wrong.


            • Mopral    05 Oct 2015 @ 15:45   

              On my computer, it’s also showed as “Oxygen HD Audio” in the control panel with 1.80b r2 and STXII card.
              I search for those .ini files and they are exactly in the directory you give
              Just give me your mail if you want me to send them to you


  4. Kwakiz    03 Oct 2015 @ 22:03   

    Hello i have also Asus xonar D2X sound card i installed windows 10 recently and i got all sound drivers working but when i have this on max sound everything sounds really low even thou i got everything on 100/Procent sound you know whats wrong?


  5. Tuoni    04 Oct 2015 @ 20:13   

    Do you have the driver cleaner tool also available as a standalone application?
    I ask this because once 1.80b r2 is installed there’s no way to properly uninstall it. When i go to the programs and features window in the control panel UNI Xonar is listed but get an ”program not found. Probably already uninstalled. Do you want to remove the entry from the list?” error. So i can manually uninstall in the device manger window but that will leave about everything still on my system. There’s something going on with the way the installer works (or rather say not works) with driver package 1.80b r2. I also tested 1.80b r2 on the system of my GF who is running Windows 8.1 Pro and the exact same issues on her system.
    I did not have any issues whatsoever with the installer of driver 1.75b r2. Why did the installer change, what do i gain from the new installer if it would work properly? Right now i feel like i would like to see all the driver improvements of 1.80 packaged in a 1.75 type installer.


    • CarvedInside    05 Oct 2015 @ 03:21   

      Here is the driver clear tool as a standalone application. Before you cleanup, read the comment I’ve made to you in the other discussion thread.

      What Xonar card has your GF PC?

      I believe that the problems that you’ve been experiencing with 1.80b drivers are related to the updated driver+components installer (from C-Media) and updated C-Media Panel and are not related with the UNI Xonar installer which launches the driver+components installer.


      • Tuoni    05 Oct 2015 @ 20:23   

        I did read it and send you an email couple seconds ago. Please let me know if you need any additional and/or extra information.

        My GF system had my STX II because at that time i did not had a different Xonar card to test it with. Sadly couldn’t convince my GF not to go for the Phoebus.
        But today i borrowed a Xonar DX and tested that card in my GF system with Windows 8.1 and the 1.80a r2 drivers. Everything installed and functioned fine (after disabling anti virus) with that combination. Control Panel auto loads without any weird default settings and in the control panel it is listed as UNi Xonar Audio something… don’t remember the exact name :) It’s nothing like Oxygen HD Audio or something like that at least.

        So with my limited testing it seems that it is an issue with the Xonar STX II and the 1.80b r2 STX II driver version. As i can’t get that driver to instal properly under Windows 8.1 Pro x64 or Windows 10 Pro x64 no matter what i try or do while the DX with 1.80a r2 driver installed correctly the first try.


  6. Wulfgar    05 Oct 2015 @ 18:21   

    Hey Carved, the reported version of the “cmudaxp.sys” file under the Device Manager > Driver > Driver Details section of my Essence ST is Shouldn’t it be .1823? I’m using UNi 1823 1.80a (not r2).


    • CarvedInside    05 Oct 2015 @ 20:19   

      No. Its like that because the C-media guys doing the audio drivers are to lazy to update the version field of the file when doing a new build.


  7. Marco    05 Oct 2015 @ 21:04   

    After a while my microphone doesn’t works anymore. It get’s recognized but it’s like it is muted somehow, but it’s not. It just doesn’t work. Always have to re-install the uni xonar driver.
    Using win 10 x64 home. Asus xonar dx.


  8. Al Curtis    06 Oct 2015 @ 00:59   

    Problem with Xonar Essence ST; No matter what version drivers i install..any of the UNI Xonar or ASUS oem, cannot select other than 2 speakers or headphones in analog out no matter what setting source input is at on either the C-Media panel or Xonar audio center. I have the Xonar H6 output card installed that has the side, rear and center/sub rca outs. Have had the same problem with a HDAV1.3 Deluxe card that was replaced by the Essence ST in hopes of solving this. OS is windows 7 Ult 64 bit, Asrock FM2 FM2A85X Extreme 6 mobo, AMD FM2 A8-5600 apu


    • Al Curtis    06 Oct 2015 @ 05:42   

      Removed Essence ST card, put HDAV1.3 Deluxe card back in system. Removed drivers i had in and used cleaning tool. Installed Uni Xonar 1.80a drivers and on the C-Media panel i could now get 7.1 speakers to display. Reinstalled Essence ST(had to install 1.80a again), no 7.1 on either control panel. Tried 1.80b drivers..nothing. Uninstalled drivers yet again (driver clean tool used again), put in HDAV1.3 Deluxe yet again, istalled 1.80a drivers again…now no 5.1 or 7.1 anymore…about ready to go to a creative soundcard…..


      • Tuoni    06 Oct 2015 @ 11:58   

        Can’t be of much help other then to say that i have no issues with 7.1 output through the H6 board on my STX II with the 1.80b r 2 drivers.
        Good luck with Creative.. they also have their fair share of software and driver issues.


  9. Keith Robinson    06 Oct 2015 @ 17:17   

    I Have the Xonar D2 and it is just not working with Windows 10 Pro, and ideas.





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