UNi Xonar Drivers 1.81 (post periodically updated)

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

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

  • Other C-Media CMI8786, CMI8787 and CMI8788 audio chip based cards: Auzentech X-Meridian & X-Meridian 2G; HT Omega Claro, Claro Plus, Claro II, Claro Halo, eClaro; Razer Barracuda AC-1; AIM Audio SC8000. View full list.

Supported OS: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012  Windows Server 2016 and Windows Server 2019.

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

Linked content:

  1. Introduction

  2. UNi Xonar Features

  3. FAQ & troubleshooting guide (upd 08.02.2019)

  4. Having problems installing UNi Xonar drivers? Refer to this topic

  5. Useful tips & suggestions | Known issues & workarounds (upd 22 Mar 2016)

  6. Xonar best audio settings guide

  7. UNi Xonar installer addon documentation

  8. ASUS Xonar sound cards issues

  9. Xonar cards and AMD Ryzen motherboards compatibility

  10. Poll: Rate ASUS Xonar driver support


  1. Release notes

  2. Windows 10 compatibility


Page updates and announcements:

Previous post updates

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 (minimum $2 because of fees). Bear in mind you don't donate for ASUS/C-Media work, you do it for the work that I have done and the support I'm providing.

CONTRIBUTIONS - Contributors list here

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


Release notes 1.81a

Driver for all supported cards. Includes 1825 audio drivers for Windows 10. Unlike previous releases, the 1825 audio driver will only work in Windows 10.

Driver changes:

  • Windows 10: Updated audio driver to 1825 (built date: 22 ‎June ‎2016, made by C-Media).
  • Updated C-Media Panel.

Other notes:

  • Replaced C-Media driver uninstaller with UNi Xonar driver cleaner.

Rev. 2 changes:

  • Added support for STXII cards in Asus Audio Center, cards will be detected as STX by Asus Audio Center but feature wise almost everything should be there.

Known issues:

  • 1825 audio drivers have an issue when the audio card is uninstalled, disabled or the drivers are overwritten, resulting in a system crash. In order to avoid the uninstall system crash I've come up with a workaround  that's presented below
  • Asus Audio Center: GX button is no longer showing. It has to do with 1825 audio drivers and there may be a reason why C-Media removed it. I'm not sure if it's worth it to bring the GX on/off control back.
  • STX II:  Asus Audio Center is missing the gain 16/32 ohms for headset.
  • Windows 10: Before updating to new version, you should uninstall the v1.81a drivers, as the update process might result in BSOD (#1).

Possible issues:

  • STX II: XonarSwitch might not work. Need more feedback on this.
  • Audio playback through headphones and SPDIF at the same time isn't possible anymore. Original report. Need more confirmations.
  • DSX & probably other cards: DTS Connect with 5.1 speakers does not work. Original report. Need more confirmations.
  • There are reports that the sound quality of these audio drivers is different. RightMarkAudio tests that I've made didn't show any significant differences between v1.81a and v1.80a.
  • The 1825 audio driver may have higher DPC latency than previous drivers. Original report. The tests that I've made didn't show any difference in DPC Latency between v1.81a, v1.80a and v1.80b drivers. Maybe it has to do with the settings that are being used. My test where done with 2.0 analog output.
  • When waking system from sleep, volume from one of the speakers could be x2 louder. Original report.

How to uninstall 1825 v1.81 drivers: In order to avoid a system crash while uninstalling 1825 drivers you will need to play an audio file before proceeding with the uninstall process. Restart system after the uninstall process is done.


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 Windows 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.
  • 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.

Rev. 3 changes:

  • Increased the delay between driver cleaning and driver installation procedures. Might help in some installation failing cases.
  • Fixed the "Warning: Windows running in Test Mode or with Disable Driver Signature Enforcement is required!" message not showing up if needed in combination with the detected audio card.

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, made by C-Media).
  • 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 cards: Drivers work with STXII cards but the changing audio settings may not work with ASUS Audio Center and only with C-Media Panel. Installation on Windows Vista/7/8.1/10 x64 requires Windows running in Test Mode or with "Disable Driver Signature Enforcement" option.

Known issues:

  • STX II: Asus Audio Center does not work. You need to download this patched version and copy paste it over “C:\Program Files\UNi Xonar Audio\Customapp\”.

Possible issues:

  • Microphone stops working if running specific programs. If you run into this issue please report it in a reply to the original report. If you run into the issue you can switch to v1.75a drivers or connect the microphone to the onboard audio card microphone input.
  • WASAPI playback issues might occur with some soundcards
  • Occasionally when waking PC up from sleep the Xonar card does not output any sound.
  • Drivers might stop installing on Windows 10. Try 1.75a, 1.80b or 1.81a instead.
  • Windows 10 Creators Update: Windows would not boot after these drivers where installed. If you run into this problem you have to boot Windows in Safe Mode and remove the audio drivers. Original report. I could not reproduce the issue.
  • 1.80b "STXII"

Driver mainly 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, made by C-Media).

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.

Other notes:

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.

Rev. 3 changes:

  • Fixed some installation issues when drivers were installed on STXII cards (like missing driver uninstall entry in Programs and Features,  incorrect C-media panel name).
  • Fixed a bug where optimal card configuration was not being applied if the drivers were installed without the "Re-enable stereo upmix" option.

Possible issues:

  • Microphone stops working occasionally or when changing audio playback settings (DS->WASAPI). If you run into this issue please report it in a reply to this comment. If you frequently run into the issue you could try v1.75a drivers if possible or connect the microphone to the onboard audio card microphone input.

Previous release 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.

Rev. 3 changes:

  • Fixed GX is not being 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 "STX II"

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.

Known issues:

  • GX is not being turned off by default in Normal configuration for the following cards Xonar D2, D2X, DG, DGX, DG SI.
Release notes 1.71.1

Replacement for v1.71 driver package with configuration fixes and updated components.

UNi Xonar Installer changes:

  • Updated UNi Xonar Installer with that from v1.80a.

Driver changes:

  • Updated driver installer, ASUS Audio Center and C-Media Panel with those from v1.80a.
  • Added theoretical support for STX II cards.
  • Fixed GX not being turned off by default in "Normal" configuration for Xonar D2, D2X, DG, DGX and DG SI cards.

Known issues:

  • 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  "S/PDIF Pass-through Device (Asus Xonar...)" from Control panel->Sound. It's confirmed that the audio drivers included in v1.70 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 1.71

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)
  • GX is not being turned off by default in Normal configuration for the following cards Xonar D2, D2X, DG, DGX, DG SI.
  • 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  "S/PDIF Pass-through Device (Asus Xonar...)" from Control panel->Sound. It's confirmed that the audio drivers included in v1.70 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 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.

Rev. 3 changes:

  • 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.

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

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.

Complete Previous Release Notes

Notes about Windows 10 compatibility (updated 29 May 2020)

UNi Xonar drivers v1.64 and above will work with 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. You will have the same issues with corresponding versions of ASUS drivers.

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. Here are some solutions on how to prevent a forceful Windows 10 standard or version update.

Some of these issues also apply to other audio cards (Realtek, Creative, EVGA Nu Audio, ASUS Strix etc.) and external DACs.

> Find out which Windows version you have installed.

Windows 10 (multiple versions) notes

Possible issues and fixes:

  • Microphone not working - Check this guide. (thanks Shane)
  • Audio crashes - If you have “Dolby Atmos for Headphone” app installed you should remove it and replace it with the updated “Dolby Access” app in order to avoid audiosvr process stack overflow errors that are crashing the audio subsystem. (thanks Chris Leipold)
  • Popping and cracking sounds - If you have a AMD graphics card, try disabling AMD High Definition Audio Device from Device Manager->"Sound, video and game controllers". It's possible to try the same steps for Nvidia HD Audio Device if you have a Nvidia card. (thanks Marc)
  • BSOD's after system wakeup from sleep - Try UNi Xonar v1.71.1 driver. (thanks Kalle)
  • For systems with 1.81a drivers, the upgrading process to new Windows 10 version might result in BSOD (#1) causing the installation to fail. To avoid this problem, uninstall the v1.81a driver before upgrading.
  • The number of audio channels resets itself back to 2 or can't change to more than 2 channels(stereo) - This might be caused by having enabled one of the Spatial Sound options (Windows Sonic for Headphones, Dolby Access, Dolby Atmos for Headphones, DTS Sound Unbound). Check that Spatial Sound is Off by right-clicking on Windows Volume tray icon.
  • Sound playback echos. Issues within Windows 10 might cause the enabling of different sound settings, one of them causes sound playback echos that are more or less evident. To ensure you always get the best audio quality it might worth checking this from time to time. See Fix sound echos in Windows.
  • No system sounds. See these solutions.
  • Audio stutter in games. Open Windows Sound (right-click on Windows Volume tray icon-> Sounds or if missing type in Windows search: "change system sounds"), select Playback tab, double click your default playback device (for example Speakers ASUS Xonar Audio Device), go to Advanced tab and in the Default Format option select another sample rate setting and back to your original setting. The described windows and settings look similar to those this picture. (thanks Jean Paul).
Windows 10 version 2004 (May 2020 Update) notes

Known issues:


Possible issues:

Windows 10 version 1909 (November 2019 Update) notes

Known issues:

  • Higher DPC latency which may cause massive stuttering (#1). The v1909 can be uninstalled from Control Panel->Programs and Features->View Installed Updates-> select and uninstall "Feature Update to Windows 10 Version 1909 via Enablement Package (KB4517245)". To prevent v1909 update (KB4517245) to be installed again you should use Wushowhide tool (guide on how to use it) or disable Windows Update altogether for the time being.

Possible issues:


Windows 10 version 1903 (April 2019 Update) notes

Possible issues:

Other notes:

  • Windows Sound is no longer accessible from Windows Volume-> Sounds. If you want to control the playback devices, recording devices, Windows sounds you can open Windows Sound by typing in search: change system sounds or by going to Control Panel->Sound.
Windows 10 version 1809 (October 2018 Update) notes

Before upgrading to 1809, you should uninstall the UNi Xonar drivers especially if you have v1.81a installed, as the update process might result in BSOD (#1). As a reminder, in order to avoid a system crash while uninstalling 1825 (v1.81a) drivers you will need to play an audio file before proceeding with the uninstall process. Restart the system after the uninstall process is done.

Possible issues reported so far:

  • Crashes at boot or after walking PC from sleep or hibernation (#1)
  • Audio stops working after some time (#1)
  • Inability to change the number of audio channels to other than 2 channels when using S/PDIF output if you have Speakers disabled in Windows Sound -> Playback (#1).
  • For 1825 (v1.81a) drivers, during the installation of some Windows updates the system might get a BSOD (#1).
Windows 10 version 1803 (April 2018 Update) notes (updated 13 May 2018)

Our community member Chris Leipold reports that the wake up from sleep BSOD, settings reset and not working audio server process at startup issues that where introduced with Fall Creators Update are fixed with Red Stone 4 preview (pre 1803 release).

Possible issues and fixes:

  • Microphone not working - Check this guide. (thanks Shane)
  • Audio crashes - If you have “Dolby Atmos for Headphone” app installed you should remove it and replace it with the updated “Dolby Access” app in order to avoid audiosvr process stack overflow errors that are crashing the audio subsystem. (thanks Chris Leipold)

Possible issues reported so far:

  • Settings (Bit-depth, sample rate, number of channels) reset bug when clicking the volume after restart might still happen (#1)
  • Windows might freeze when installing Xonar drivers (#1)
  • Microphone might not work even after doing the microsoft privacy toggle fix (#1)
  • S/DPIF output might not work at least for some with Xonar DG cards (#1)
Windows 10 version 1709 (Fall Creators Update) notes (updated 13 May 2018)

Reported issues so far:

  • Drivers above 1821 v1.71 may cause BSOD when waking system from sleep (#1, #2, #3). It's unclear if it is a driver issue or a Windows issue that's triggered in specific conditions that are met when using drivers above 1821 v1.71. Since ASUS/C-media driver support is pretty much dead and most people didn't have this issue until Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, people having this issue should contact Microsoft support and submit their crash dumps.
  • Card settings are being restored after each restart. A temporarily workaround would be to save your settings as a XonarSwitch profile and apply it each reboot. Anyone affected should report the issue to Microsoft. Update 6 Feb 2018: it looks like this is fixed in insider builds >= 17074, and it will be fixed in Windows 10 version 1803. Update 8 Mar 2018: this should be fixed with KB4074588 update for version 1709.
  • Default format (bit-depth and sample rate) from Windows Volume->Playback devices and the number of audio channels resets each time the Windows Volume icon is clicked (#1, #2). Anyone affected should report the issue to Microsoft. Update 8 Mar 2018: this should be fixed with KB4074588 update. Update 13 May 2018: This issue might still happen even after installing KB4074588 (#1).
  • Possible high frequency tone when playing audio.

Previous Windows 10 notes


Driver Downloads (Windows only) - click here if downloads are not showing

Standalone applications for changing settings or enhancing audio: 

1. Standalone apps pack. Based on a script made by Virus. Before running the files, close any audio source/application. Legacy, preferably use XonarSwitch and configure it with separate profiles.  Does not work correctly when used with STXII ("b") drivers. 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.

2. Additional tweaks

  1. Disable SpeakerCompensation tweak
  2. Increase microphone volume by 3 dB tweak

3. Xonar related applications:

  1. XonarSwitch (beta) - Alternative panel to Asus Audio Center and C-Media Panel. Allows you to control various Xonar’s audio settings, define them as switchable profiles and apply them on-the-fly without having to stop the audio playback.
  2. Front Panel switch (new version) - Application that seamlessly changes between rear speakers and front panel speakers output.
  3. UNi Xonar driver cleaner - Standalone driver cleaner based on the one that's included in UNi Xonar drivers.
  4. Xonar Restoree Extended - Tool to restore Xonar cards hardware ID. The extended version includes support for Xonar STX II and Xonar DG SI cards.
  5. Xonar Driver Restart - Application that will restart the Windows Audio Service and C-media audio driver. Useful for sound loops, no audio output and other issues.
  6. Xonar Relay Restart - Application that will force the the Xonar relay switch to reinitialize. May be useful when there is no audio output after system boot or wake up from sleep. May be used instead of Xonar Driver Restart as it is quicker and does not affect running applications. This will cause a temporary 1 sec switch between rear and front panel outputs.
  7. Xonar-EQ - Control Xonar equalizer settings from your Android phone or tablet. By Sascha.

4. Auxiliary audio applications:

  • ASIOConfig - ASIO configuration viewer/changer that can be used when you can't access the Xonar ASIO Configuration directly. By djdecks.
  • SoundLock - Set the maximum output volume that sounds can be at. Can replace Xonar SVN in some cases (like limiting the volume of loud noises in movies). Works on Windows Vista and newer.
  • more...


  1. AM27 Apr 2020 @ 22:35

    Hello everyone. Guys tell me. In your drivers fixed the problem of spontaneous reproduction of wild white noise or ultra high squeak? This thing happens on official drivers and win10


    • CarvedInside28 Apr 2020 @ 00:26

      You should first read FAQ Q&A 18. Then try this possible solution and let me know if it worked.


      • AM28 Apr 2020 @ 00:42

        My System

        Computer Type Компьютер с ACPI на базе x64
        Operating System Microsoft Windows 10 Pro
        OS Service Pack -
        Internet Explorer 11.778.18362.0
        Edge 44.18362.449.0
        DirectX DirectX 12.0
        Computer Name SDRS
        User Name dj_am
        Logon Domain SDRS

        CPU Type QuadCore Intel Core i7-2600, 3533 MHz (36 x 98)
        Motherboard Name Gigabyte GA-H77-DS3H (2 PCI, 2 PCI-E x1, 2 PCI-E x16, 1 mSATA, 4 DDR3 DIMM, Audio, Video, Gigabit LAN)
        Motherboard Chipset Intel Panther Point H77, Intel Sandy Bridge
        System Memory 16301 MB (DDR3-1333 DDR3 SDRAM)
        BIOS Type AMI (11/14/2013)
        Communication Port Последовательный порт (COM1)

        Video Adapter GeForce GTX 1070 (8 GB)
        Video Adapter Intel(R) HD Graphics 2000 (2076 MB)
        3D Accelerator Intel HD Graphics 2000
        Monitor LG W1943 (Analog) [19" LCD] (1906530596)
        Monitor Samsung SyncMaster S22B350H/S22B350T (HDMI) [22" LCD] (2229842086448)

        Audio Adapter C-Media CMI8788 Audio Chip
        Audio Adapter nVIDIA Unknown @ Контроллер High Definition Audio (Microsoft) [10DE-10F0] [NoDB]

        IDE Controller Intel(R) 7 Series/C216 Chipset Family SATA AHCI Controller
        Storage Controller SoftPerfect Virtual Bus
        Storage Controller Контроллер дискового пространства (Майкрософт)
        Storage Controller Контроллер замыкания виртуального жесткого диска на себя (Майкрософт)
        Disk Drive Samsung SSD 850 EVO 500GB (500 GB, SATA-III)
        Disk Drive ST500DM002-1BD142 (500 GB, 7200 RPM, SATA-III)
        Disk Drive Виртуальный диск (Майкрософт) (8 GB)
        Disk Drive PLEXTOR PX-128M6Pro (128 GB, SATA-III)
        SMART Hard Disks Status OK

        Keyboard Клавиатура HID
        Mouse HID-совместимая мышь

        Network Adapter DFE-520TX Fast Ethernet PCI Adapter (

        Printer Canon MG3500 series Printer
        USB2 Controller Intel Panther Point PCH - USB 2.0 EHCI Controller #1 [C-1]
        USB2 Controller Intel Panther Point PCH - USB 2.0 EHCI Controller #2 [C-1]
        USB3 Controller Intel Panther Point PCH - USB 3.0 xHCI Controller [C-1]
        USB Device Generic USB Hub
        USB Device USB-устройство ввода
        USB Device Составное USB устройство

        DMI BIOS Vendor American Megatrends Inc.
        DMI BIOS Version F10
        DMI System Manufacturer Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd.
        DMI System Product To be filled by O.E.M.
        DMI System Version To be filled by O.E.M.
        DMI System Serial Number To be filled by O.E.M.
        DMI System UUID 00020003-00040005-00060007-00080009
        DMI Motherboard Manufacturer Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd.
        DMI Motherboard Product H77-DS3H
        DMI Motherboard Version To be filled by O.E.M.
        DMI Motherboard Serial Number To be filled by O.E.M.
        DMI Chassis Manufacturer Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd.
        DMI Chassis Type Desktop Case

        So I do not use a microphone. My problem can arise even from just starting the player. I noticed that this noise began to appear after the update from 1803. Before that, I had no noise, but there were cods and stuttering. By the way, now there are no stuttering but there is noise. Very random. It can not be heard for months. Of the drivers, they are periodically updated only for the card and for the operating system itself. No antivirus software. Built-in is also disabled. Also set only 16 bits and 44KHz, turned off all other sound drivers - it did not help. Now I'm testing your drivers with a low latency + maximum volume level in the system. I also read a lot of your branches and forums.


        • CarvedInside28 Apr 2020 @ 01:00

          It's not actually that you use the microphone or not, it's that it is set as default and it is available.
          While the UNi Xonar drivers don't have a specific fix for this issue, installing them with "Low DPC Latency" configuration may help as I suspect high DPC latency could also be a factor. Just try to avoid using ASUS Audio Center and instead use C-Media Panel or XonarSwitch.
          Also do this, go to Windows Sound-> Recording tab -> disable every device there that's related to the ASUS Xonar card.

          BTW you did not tell us what Xonar card do you have.

          I hope you don't forget to come back and report how this all went.


          • AM28 Apr 2020 @ 01:30

            Yes of course. I'll keep you up to date. It is unfortunate that you did not solve this problem at the program level. My card is Xonar Essence ST. I have been using for 6 years. If it is useful to you, then it was used on Win7/8/8.1/10 x64


            • CarvedInside14 May 2020 @ 23:33

              I want to let you know I made a dedicated topic with possible solutions and discussions about the loud white noise issue here.


              • AM01 Jun 2020 @ 15:35

                thank you! a small report from the last message. I did not write in a new topic, so that it would be easier for you to track. So, when installing your driver, and your recommendations and setting the sound to 100%, white noise did not occur during this time. Now I will leave only your driver and 100% sound volume and I will inform you the results after some time. In a new topic, I saw tweak "Xonar drivers disable SpeakerCompensation tweak testing". Is it included in your driver sidebar? If not, does it make sense to install it in your opinion?


                • CarvedInside02 Jun 2020 @ 01:35

                  Previously, how often did you had the white noise issue?

                  SpeakerCompensation tweak it not currently included in the UNi Xonar drivers. You could leave it as is for now and see if you will get the issue with the current settings, if you still get it then try those other things I mentioned in the page.


                  • AM04 Jun 2020 @ 01:13

                    Always different. Sometimes a couple of months without any problems. And sometimes every three days.


    • bblaw2914 May 2020 @ 19:26

      I had that issue when i had forgot to turn off microphone monitoring from Xonarswitch.


  2. Feli04 May 2020 @ 14:33

    Fairly certain that issue is related to ground loops and other hard wired interference in house grids and only related to the sound card due to it being external via pcie (my friend had a similar issue with his amp streaming setup) and I believe a ground loop isolator or similar, possibly at worst relocating, solves that issue. I don't think it's related to any of the input devices.


  3. Ale OK08 May 2020 @ 22:21

    Best driver for Xonar DX on 1909?
    It's really sad that there are not updates to official drivers for 5 years already.


  4. Arise10 May 2020 @ 14:20

    Comment move here.


  5. steffmeister12 May 2020 @ 15:57

    Hello! I just installed the uni xonar drivers (I have asus essence stx with HP amplifier) in low latency mode with the c-media and standalone apps. I ran the "HpAMP card v1.00", but can't hear any difference between the different options: 0, +12 and +18. Am I doing something wrong? Thanks!


    • steffmeister12 May 2020 @ 16:02

      Nevermind, I just found a setting in XonarSwitch that let's me enable the AMP-settings! 🙂


  6. turkuaz5012 May 2020 @ 22:51

    hey i have hdav 1.3 deluxe. i cant run 6ch mode on windows 10. do yo know solutions. thnx


  7. chengda8516 May 2020 @ 07:56

    hi I have xonar DG and frequently get BSOD driver IRQL not equal with failed cmudaxp.sys, I'm running windows 10 64bit. This started happening after I reset windows 10 a few weeks ago, prior to that I've been using uni xonar drivers since 2017 with no issues whatsoever, so resetting windows did something weird. I have tried uninstalling/reinstalling uni xonar drivers but it doesnt help.


    • CarvedInside16 May 2020 @ 09:21

      Which panel configuration have you selected in the UNi Xonar installer? Which driver versions have you tried? How frequent are these BSODs? Tell me your complete Windows 10 version.


      • chengda8519 May 2020 @ 04:31

        panel configuration i chose was normal - asus audio center, windows 10 version is ver 1909 build 18363.836.
        I've tried UNi Xonar W10 1825 v1.81a r2, UNi Xonar 1816/1823 v1.80a r3, UNi Xonar 1816/1822 v1.75a r3. the BSODs happen randomly, sometimes once a day, sometimes 4 to 5 times a day, sometimes it doesnt happen for a couple days then happens again. It can happen at anytime, when I'm gaming, or when I just booted up my computer and did nothing much. I've never had this problem prior to a few weeks ago and I've been using uni drivers for years.


        • CarvedInside19 May 2020 @ 04:44

          Try installing with Low DPC Latency or C-Media Panel configuration. If it still happens use your system without the Xonar driver installed and see if you get any other bluescreen.
          Did you make any hardware changes to your PC recently? Tell me what motherboard you have.


  8. Kanuki16 May 2020 @ 12:46


    I see the new driver listed in ASUS website with the following detail.

    Version 2019/12/2516.98 MBytes
    Audio driver for Windows 10
    Audio driver (ver. , Audio Center version:

    Is this considered newer or older?
    Will you mod the driver to add new Audio Center?


    • CarvedInside16 May 2020 @ 22:25

      You forgot to say for which card. It does not matter anymore.
      ASUS just removed the beta tag from previous STX II 2015 driver package. This has the same audio driver as UNi Xonar 1.80b drivers.


      • Kanuki17 May 2020 @ 16:44

        Sorry. It's STX II. What about the Audio Center?


        • CarvedInside17 May 2020 @ 20:43

          ASUS Audio Center is also the same version as what it's included in 1.80b drivers.
          As I said, ASUS just removed the beta tag from previous STX II 2015 driver package, there is nothing new.


  9. Piratair18 May 2020 @ 23:14

    hello, i turn to you for help, i uninstalled the xonar audio center yesterday, thinking i have the setup to reinstall and that is not the case.
    Suddenly I can no longer use my xonar 1.3 hdav deluxe sound card with his daughter card, I don't know what to do, I searched the net without finding anything.
    I already know this site since I use it for my sound drivers, but there it does not work, my card is not recognized with, I downloaded the UNi Xonar W10 1825 v1.81a r2 driver today but I have the impression that it changes absolutely nothing.
    can someone help me find the xonar audio center to choose the configuration i want to listen to and the right drivers, i'm running windows 10 version 1809. thanks for your help.


    • CarvedInside19 May 2020 @ 01:24

      Which Xonar drivers did you have before, was it the original ASUS version or UNi Xonar? When you installed the UNi Xonar drivers have you enabled Test Mode or used "Disable Driver Signature Enforcement" like it's mentioned in the installation?


      • Piratair19 May 2020 @ 02:13

        thank you for your answer, I forgot that it was necessary in windows 10, disabled the signature of the drivers, that's it, my sound card is recognized.
        But that's not enough for me, I would like to have the xonar audio center to configure my sound card by choosing the number of input and output channels:

        to have as in this video this menu that I had until yesterday but that I did the stupidity to uninstall ...
        thanks for your help


        • CarvedInside19 May 2020 @ 02:19

          Which Panel configuration have you selected during install? If you've selected Low DPC Latency or C-Media Panel, then the ASUS (Xonar) Audio Center is accessible under Start menu-> UNi Xonar Audio-> Xonar Audio Center


          • Piratair19 May 2020 @ 02:51

            thank you for your help I have the menu as on the video and as before but I have one last concern, a lot of frying listening or watching a movie.
            Frying = noise, which harms the rest of the listening

            what will you come from?


            • CarvedInside19 May 2020 @ 03:11

              Did you had this noise before? Do you hear it if your PC isn't playing anything? Do you year it only in specific applications (like the video player)?

              But before we go any further, in exchange for the help I provided you with, I expect a donation from you. If you've previously sent me a donation, send me an e-mail from that e-mail address you used for payment. If you don't want to compensate me for my work and time then I cannot spend more time helping you.


              • Piratair19 May 2020 @ 04:56

                all work deserves salary, so it is with pleasure that I made a donation which seems more than normal to me for all the work that has been done for our pleasure.

                in fact after several tests I noticed that the noise appears only with MPC (mediaplayer) and on a front speaker not on both, so I do not think that it can come from the drivers.
                I use MAD and LAV audio decoder, do you think that a bad cable can be at the origin of that? But that seems strange to me it had disappeared for more than a year (because I had already had this concern in the past but without being able to find where it could come from but it had disappeared with the reinstallation of my pc and its operating system to new condition).
                And there it came back because I uninstalled my drivers this evening because I no longer heard my subwoofer and I was not patient in wanting to reinstall them, the noise returned.
                donation paypal(removed)
                thank you very much


                • CarvedInside19 May 2020 @ 06:45

                  I received your donation. I appreciate it.

                  If the noise is only in MPC, then it's probably not the cable. I'm thinking it might have do with MPC and it's setup (MAD and LAV).

                  How do you connect the speakers/headphones to the Xonar HDAV card? Do you use the analog connections, the digital S/PDIF Output or the HDMI output?

                  Try the following and report back if you hear the noise in any of the following scenarios:
                  1. Try the same video in the VLC player.
                  2. Increasing the load of the video card in a GPU benchmark. If you don't have something at hand, you can use Furmark and it's stress test.
                  3. If you use the analog connections or you use S/PDIF output and your onboard audio card also has S/PIDF output. Try using the onboard audio card and with MPC. There is no need to uninstall the Xonar drivers, you can set the onboard card as playback default in Windows Sound.


                  • Piratair19 May 2020 @ 14:36

                    hello and thank you for your answer, yes I use the analog outputs of my sound card hdav deluxe in 5.1, I also have a second sound card (sound blaster audigy) that I use on my Creative gigaworks speakers.
                    I do not use neither the hdmi output nor the S / pdif, I tried with the MPC-BE x 64 player, the noise is even louder, with Foobar or spotify no noise everything is sharp.
                    When I use MPC, if I pause the video the breath is heard for a few seconds then it too is paused ... stuff phew ...
                    I think you must have put your finger on something by making me test the load of the graphics card that I will do in the afternoon at home, (I'm in France :)).


                  • Piratair22 May 2020 @ 17:55

                    hello, I think it comes from mpc but I don't understand why because with VLC no noise when listening to movies ...
                    as you told me i tested the GPU load and with futurmark, it's a different noise but, the frying appears to listen.


                    • CarvedInside23 May 2020 @ 13:21

                      About the GPU test and noise:
                      1. If I understood you correctly, in the GPU test there was a noise but a different one?
                      2. Where you playing any audio during the test?
                      3. The noise is it coming from the speakers or from inside your case?
                      4. Which GPU do you have?

                      In MPC-HD, the noise could be as a result from the increased GPU load because of madVR or some other filter or setting you have. You could download a portable version of MPC-HC and try the desired settings and filters one by one, but I suspect once you add madVR you will start having the noise. This increased GPU load can create EMI (electromagnetic interference) which affects the Xonar audio card. If that's the case, I've written here what you could do. Let me know if one of those tips works for you.

                      Since this comment thread has reached it's limits please reply to this comment instead.

    • CarvedInside23 May 2020 @ 13:33

      Discussion about video playing in MPC and noises continued here.


      • Piratair23 May 2020 @ 20:07

        yes during the test, there was indeed a noise coming out of my speakers. It was regular but I think it came from the fact that the test did it on my GPU.
        I didn't listen to anything else during the test time, I don't think it came from the box but I could hear it coming out of my speakers.
        I have a 1080 gtx Nvidia graphics card.
        I think you are right about interference (EMI), so I will try the portable version of mpc without any other software help (without madvr and company).
        By cons I did not understand if I should do something other than testing with the MPC portable version?
        thanks again


        • CarvedInside24 May 2020 @ 13:36

          You test MPC portable and see which setting or filter causes the noise. Then check if enabling that filter or setting is correlated with an increased GPU usage or clocks (use GPU-Z for this) compared to when you have it disabled. Note that there could be the case where the GPU usage could remain low but the GPU could have increased clocks.
          If it's correlated then you can try the solutions I presented here.


  10. J19 May 2020 @ 22:30

    Is there any chance someone could please help me? I'm trying to install a ASUS Essence STX II 24-Bit 192KHz Sound Card + 7.1 daughter card using 11.5 v1.80b r3. The card will be used to output to a set of Logitech Z-5500 5.1 speakers using RCA to 3.5mm for 3 channels (1. front 2. rear 3. sub/center). I'm running Windows 7 64 bit and have a GIGABYTE GA-X58A-UD5 (rev. 1). The issue I'm having is I can only get audio if I crank the system volume as well as my Logitech speakers to the max. Even then it's quite low and bad quality. I've done everything from changing PCI slots to uninstall and reinstalling hardware as well as the drivers. Could anyone please shed some light on solving this?


    • riki19 May 2020 @ 23:44

      Is it the same in all audio/video players? have you connected the molex power cable into the sound card?


      • J20 May 2020 @ 02:26

        I have molex connected and tried different connections (there's about 3 on the same chord). Regarding audio / video players I tried audio from YouTube and Spotify. There's some interface problem somewhere but not sure what.


    • CarvedInside20 May 2020 @ 00:29

      Before trying anything always lower the volume to 0 so you don't get your ears blasted off if something works. Make sure the card is properly seated in the PCIe slot. Check that the power connector is properly plugged into the card and to the PSU if you have modular cables.

      If those do not work. Does this happen for all speakers? Test other channels (rear, center), test them in Windows Sound or in ASUS Xonar Audio Center or C-Media panel.
      Then you should either try the speakers as they are now with the onboard audio or some other speakers or headphones with the Xonar STX II card.


      • J20 May 2020 @ 01:30

        All this checks out. The speakers were hooked up to my onboard mobo sound with no issues. When I crank it up and barely hear any audio there is audio in each speaker. I have read on Amazon reviews that many people had issues with Windows 7 and that's what I am running. I've been troubleshooting for a day now and tried many different things with no success which is why I am turning here


      • J20 May 2020 @ 03:47

        I think something is happening going from system to speakers. The speakers are fine and the card seems to be installed as it checks out in the device manager and I can see see volume levels move. Could I need to adjust settings in the software? For example would this be incorrect?
        Audio channel: 6 channels
        Sample rate: 192 khz
        Analog out: 5.1

        Im trying to connect to Logitech Z-5500 speakers. I did try optical as well but did not get any sound but maybe there's a configuration that would change that?


  11. AtriaProcess20 May 2020 @ 01:58

    What is the recommended driver version to use for an HT Omega Claro? Using Windows 10 with latest updates. Thanks!


  12. Dude Guyman24 May 2020 @ 01:41

    Any chance of support for Xonar SE cards? Here's a list of the problems Asus' drivers cause on that one: https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?111994-Xonar-SE-Souncard-Problems-Any-Ideas


  13. Kershak29 May 2020 @ 00:42

    Admin edit: Already brought this issue before here.

    Hey, after some certain Windows update on Win 10 I have this ultra weird issue:
    Using Discord/Skype/whatever Voice Chat Software, Windows apparently lowers the volume, as soon as someone's speaking (e.g friend of mine talking in Discord automatically lowers my Spotify volume for the time of him talking)
    Yes, I've turned off the option in Windows (Do nothing) in the communcation setting, I also turned off the setting in Discord of course.

    Apparently this issue only occurs when I'm using the most current Xonar DGX Drivers from this site, as well as using the latest official one from ASUS.

    The only way, I have no issues with the automatic lowering of volume: Using the Windows Update Drivers, after uninstalling the device. I wouldn't mind using them, but I can't set the gain modes of the DGX, therefore I can't power my headphones enough.

    Got any idea? I'm willing to donate, if you have any hint or suggestion to follow up, I'm at my wit's end and about to throw in some bucks to buy a new one, if I can't fix this.


    • CarvedInside29 May 2020 @ 03:58

      You've brought this issue more than 1 month ago in another page. I've responded to you there but you didn't say if what I said it worked or not. Now you've brought the issue again but without continuing the the original discussion and without mentioning that you've posted this before. So I've read the whole thing thinking it's a new problem. If I didn't checked your comment history I might have replied the same thing as before. This kind of behavior shows a total lack of respect for my time.

      Now, if I again get involved in this problem that you have, if I say something, would you actually come back and tell me if it worked or not?
      If I am to spend my time helping you, you will have to make a donation of $6 now and another one of $5 or more if I help solve the problem.


      • Kershak31 May 2020 @ 13:11

        Fml, sry, I didn't get notifications, though I turned em on. Forgot a few days about the issue and didn't check back if there was a reply from you, as I got no mail.
        I'mma reply at the old post, sorry for the confusion there.


  14. Fry17829 May 2020 @ 01:33

    Just installed Windows 10 version 2004 (clean), and seems it doesn't like the 1823r3 driver.
    Crash reboots while/after the installer is running the driver cleaner, but the cleaner itself works fine.


    • CarvedInside29 May 2020 @ 02:23

      FYI You've originally replied to AM's comment on top instead of writing a new comment. I moved your comment, but in the future, know that to post a new comment, you need to use the comment form at the bottom of the comment section. While if you want to reply to an existing discussion, use the REPLY button on the right of the comment you want to reply to.

      Did it happen multiple times trying to install v1.81a? Have you tried with other driver versions and did they worked?


      • Fry17829 May 2020 @ 02:30

        sorry, was on phone and i just went by date to post after "last one".yes, did happen all 4 times i tried, ran cleaner after first time (that finished), even after reboot. Just got back on with the install, gonna try latest one.


        • CarvedInside29 May 2020 @ 03:30

          I misread and thought you actually had the crashes with v1.81a 1825 drivers which crash under certain circumstances. So anyway, test a couple of drivers and see if any of them work (1.81a, 1.75a, 1.71.1a). Also try without the driver cleaning option.

          It might take a while for me to get Windows 10 version 2004 installed so I can test things on my end too.


        • CarvedInside02 Jun 2020 @ 12:16

          I managed to test this on my end on clean Windows 10 version 2004 install and a Xonar DX card and did not have any issue installing any of the UNi Xonar drivers. So it's not a general issue, might have something to do with other software or drivers that you had installed on your system.


      • Fry17829 May 2020 @ 03:32

        Nothing worked, even the 1825 caused a reboot (after cleaner ran, but before driver install finished.).
        Seems to be a general problem, rather than with specific version, as i got it to install in safe mode.
        Everything works fine, incl use of FP/Sample rate/HDMI switch.


        • CarvedInside29 May 2020 @ 03:52

          So you've managed to install them in safe mode and now it's working fine? Did you use the UNi Xonar installer or you've manually install the drivers in Device manager? Which drivers you end up installing?

          Edit1: Updated with the 2nd question.


          • fry17829 May 2020 @ 06:10

            installed normal way (not by pointing to inf), using 1823, as 1825 was giving me trouble with mic not working when i tried it under 1909.


            • CarvedInside29 May 2020 @ 11:27

              Was not aware of a microphone problem with 1825 v1.81a drivers. What Xonar card do you have?


              • Fry17830 May 2020 @ 06:31

                Asus DSX.
                Probably was win related, but since i knew .23 worked, i just went back without trying to fix it.

                Update for 2004: runs fine so far, no issues or anything i notice being different than running driver with 1909.


  15. HSM0631 May 2020 @ 22:14

    ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XII HERO (Z490)+ ASUS Essence STX II, install driver (STXII 11.5 v1.80b r3) BSOD, Error: DRIVER_VERFIER_DMA_VIOLATION


    • CarvedInside01 Jun 2020 @ 01:40

      I presume you have Windows 10, but which version? Did this start as soon as you've upgraded to the Z490 motherboard? Did you migrated the OS from the previous system or did a new install?


      • HSM0601 Jun 2020 @ 07:05

        Windows 10 1909 & 2004 Have tried ,That's right, there was a problem after upgrading to z490 , Are new installations , The situation is the same bsod .


        • CarvedInside01 Jun 2020 @ 15:34

          Have you tried installing the drivers with Windows in safe mode? What about manually installing the driver according to Possible Solution 1 this page? You should also try a different driver version like v1.80a, see if that works by any chance.


          • HSM0601 Jun 2020 @ 16:52

            I tried the installation again after trying BSOD.The driver has a Code 52 driver error.
            I try to enter Disable driver signing mode. The result is bsod before loading the desktop, BSOD : DRIVER_VERFIER_DMA_VIOLATION

            I just tried to install in safe mode. Restart the device, Code52 appears, I try to enter the "disable driver signature" mode, still BSOD DRIVER_VERIFIER_DMA_VIOLATION.

            I tried to install the original ASUS driver, and it was still BSOD: DRIVER_VERIFIER_DMA_VIOLATION.
            I have feedback related questions to ASUS official customer service, but I don't think there will be any response...


            • CarvedInside02 Jun 2020 @ 12:19

              I think the BSOD issue you have is because of the motherboard. ASUS might be able to fix it with BIOS update but whether they care or not to investigate and fix it remains to be seen.

              There are some other things you could try, maybe get it working but if I am to spend more of my time on this I need to receive a money compensation from you. If you are interested let me know. If you've previously sent me a donation, send me an e-mail from that e-mail address you used for payment.



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