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  1. Darcus9711 Oct 2019 @ 22:52

    Will this driver work with an ASUS XONAR AE 7.1 in Windows 10? If so, which one do I have to download?

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    • CarvedInside12 Oct 2019 @ 01:52

      No. As I have stated here, it won’t and will not be supported.

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    • richard23 Oct 2019 @ 10:17

      In 7.1 and 5.1 mode, when using flexi bass, the stx II chops off the bass and sends it to the bass output on the daugterboard. But in 2 channel and 4 channel it chops off the bass and gets rid off it i cannot find the bass anywhere. Is there a solution for this, to keep the bass in 2 and 4 channel mode.

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      • CarvedInside23 Oct 2019 @ 19:35

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  2. Nekomaru212 Oct 2019 @ 05:20

    I have Windows10, version 1903, and OS-Build 18362.418. My personal computer is in a test mode.

    I have just installed the audio card “XONAR HDAV 1.3 slim”. When I tried to install its driver, I underwent the phenomenon “BSOD”.
    Why? What should I do? I want to install a driver without digital signature. How can I disable driver signature verification? Though I tried it, I underwent BSOD. What UNI driver do I need?

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    • CarvedInside13 Oct 2019 @ 19:54

      You don’t get a BSOD when installing drivers that don’t have a valid digital signature, unless that happens because of a Windows 10 bug. Maybe the driver version you tried has a problem with Xonar HDAV cards. Which drivers have you tried? Try different versions (1.80a, 1.75a, 1.71.1).

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  3. Mason Kafka17 Oct 2019 @ 13:58

    I can confirm that the Asus Xonar DSX works properly with my MSI B450 Tomahawk. One issue though I have run into (I’ve only tried 3 drives so far 1.75, 1.81a R3, and the official asus drivers) is whenever I have some other audio playing in the background like music. If I switch the input to stereo mix in windows or discord the soundcard causes my headphones to make a pop noise. This also occurs whenever I open discord while listening to music. I assume the audio buffer is being overflown.

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    • CarvedInside18 Oct 2019 @ 21:59

      Thank you for the info.
      The pop noise when switching through the recording devices is normal behavior for the Xonar cards. I haven’t found a way to eliminate that.

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  4. tiz21 Oct 2019 @ 23:39

    Salve. With x570 tuf wi-fi xonar d2x instant reboot in youtube video. Driver UNi Xonar W10 1825 v1.81a r2. error kernel 41 (63).

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  5. richard24 Oct 2019 @ 08:38

    In 7.1 and 5.1 mode, when using flexi bass, the stx II chops off the bass and sends it to the bass output on the daugterboard.
    But in 2 channel and 4 channel it chops off the bass and gets rid off it because i cannot find the bass anywhere.
    Is there a solution for this, to keep the bass in 2 and 4 channel mode and hopefully send it to the bass output on the daughtercard.

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  6. Alok kumar26 Oct 2019 @ 11:48

    Hello.
    My hardware:
    Msi b350 tomahawk
    AMD Ryzen 1300x
    asus xonar dx
    not work upmix stereo song
    not create any dolby registry ( regedit )

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  7. Perry29 Oct 2019 @ 15:42

    I was looking into the Essence STX II 7.1. I have Win 10 latest version and an intel PC system. I have 2 front passive speakers, 2 powered subs, and a stereo amp for the two front passive speakers. I want to run 2.2 setup (just need 2.1 compatibility and I’ll split sub out). I like the STX II 7.1 because of the analogue sub out. Can you setup a 2.1 system with this card/software? Does the Xonar software offer some type of crossover? There seems to be a lot of nuances to making this card work with new versions of Win 10. Is the sound/amp/hardware/software of this card worth the extra effort (rather than buying a new turn-key AE-7 or EVGA Nu Audio)? Any thoughts or input is appreciated.

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  8. Jimmy B05 Nov 2019 @ 03:08

    Hello! Thanks for all your work on these drivers– they really have saved me a lot in the past.

    I’ve just moved house and I’m reinstalling my audio setup, Windows 10 x64 with a DSX. I’m outputting via DTS S/PDIF to an Onkyo TX-NR509. I’m setup in standard 5.1 configuration with the output device set to 24/96.

    I’m getting a bit of an odd problem, though: my center channel is working, as when I test it with Windows, it comes through loud and clear. Unfortunately, whenever I try to use a native 5.1 application (Battlefield V has been one of my main test beds but this occurs in all games; BFV just has had known-good 5.1 for me in the past), I get audio from every surround and the subwoofer, but never the center channel. The only content where I have gotten any audio at all from my center channel is the Windows test, or when I force upmixing with Surround Max in XonarSwitch.

    Any suggestions for things to try here? I realize this may not be an issue with your drivers, but I’m a bit out of my depth and I’ve tried everything I know how to fix.

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  9. U105 Nov 2019 @ 08:59

    I reintroduced a Xonar DG to my system with a generic ASMedia 1083-based PCI bridge and it worked out of the box. No configuration was done software wise, the card used to be in a motherboard with native PCI slots. I could even put the bridge’s bracket on with some fudging.

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  10. MUKESH11 Nov 2019 @ 12:52

    if i play any song (dx setting 2 channel & 5.1)
    that setting upmix working but if dx setting 6 channel & 5.1 not work upmix &(dolby setting)

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  11. Florin11 Nov 2019 @ 14:09

    Hello,

    With the absolute latest windows 10 update and using UNi Xonar W10 1825 v1.81a r2, I have to programs that always crash on windows shutodwn and seem to be related to HsMgr Application.

    Details here on the EA forums: https://answers.ea.com/t5/Origin-Client-Web-Technical/Origin-preventing-windows-shutdown-windows-10/m-p/5834018#M16347

    Any workarounds you suggest about this? Thanks

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    • CarvedInside11 Nov 2019 @ 19:08

      Have you enabled GX in ASUS Audio Center? If yes, disable it. If no, install the drivers with “Low DPC Latency” configuration or disable the HsMgr entries in “Task Manager”-> Startup after which end the HsMgr processes.

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  12. George12 Nov 2019 @ 13:48

    Windows 10 Pro 1909 (18363.418), Xonar DG, driver 1822 v1.75a r3. Works fine.

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  13. Warren12 Nov 2019 @ 23:54

    What would be the best drivers for a fully up to date Windows 10 64-bit system? I am installing a Xonar DG PCI card.

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  14. kean3D14 Nov 2019 @ 03:03

    Windows 10 Pro 1909 (18363.476), STXII drivers 11.5-v1.80b-r3
    Asus Prime B450-Plus, all ok tho

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  15. Ami16 Nov 2019 @ 17:55

    Is there support for Xonar 5.1 SE?

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