1. Alex Ryttel21 Feb 2015 @ 17:22

    I have a problem which started couple versions back then went away without any logical reason. When I boot up my PC I can't get any sound but the volume bar in windows shows that in fact the sound is processed. When I check device manager I can see two Asus Xonar D1 Audio Device, one with yellow exclamation mark. The only thing that helps is to turn off an on Asus Xonar D1 Audio Device without an exclamation mark but I have to do it every time I boot up the system. Tried reinstalling drivers, remove them, clean registry and this time the problem persists. Win 8.1 x64


    • CarvedInside22 Feb 2015 @ 00:38

      I've never seen this before. Really strange. What's it say under Device Status for the Xonar card with the exclamation mark in Device Manger? By turning off you mean disabling it Device Manager? And what happens to the one with the exclamation mark, does it stay the same?


      • Alex Ryttel22 Feb 2015 @ 01:39

        This is what I did to fix this: disabled device with exclamation mark and the sound was gone but after rebooting everything's back to normal and I can see that second device disabled in the manager. Is it possible that my D1 is damaged? I remember I had the same problem on win7 some time ago. The device status is "this device cannot find enough free resources that it can use. Code 12" Really strange.


        • CarvedInside22 Feb 2015 @ 03:19

          That was what I thought of suggesting to see if it fixes things.
          I would be more inclined to think this is a Windows problem that would go away with a new Windows installation. But if you had the problem on Win7 then that might not be it. It is possible that the motherboard is at fault, make sure you have the latest Bios installed and you could try different PCI slots.
          Maybe you can check your card in another PC (maybe go to a friend) and see if you get the same issue. If you get the same behavior then there is probably something wrong with the card. If not, maybe the motherboard or Windows is the issue.

          This is a long shot, but you could also check if you EEPROM wasn't overwritten.


          • Alex Ryttel22 Feb 2015 @ 15:55

            Thanks for help, I will look into EEPROM situation today and try to switch to a different PCI. Cheers


            • CarvedInside22 Feb 2015 @ 17:42

              You're welcome. Let us know of any developments.


              • Alex Ryttel22 Feb 2015 @ 19:56

                So EEPROM is OK. Surprisingly after changing slots the the card doesn't work at all. Even LED doesn't light up. But when I switched back everything's back to normal and I don't see cloned device in the manager (maybe cleaning the dust in my PC helped?). I'll let you know if it comes back. Cheers


                • Alex Ryttel09 Mar 2015 @ 16:55

                  My card died. And just before that it managed to break some system files and onboard audio didn't work either. And instead of windows volume mixer there was just black space. Anyway good that problem's solved 😉


  2. DisconnecT22 Feb 2015 @ 01:20

    Hi, I submit a bug in the drivers (Uni Xonar) on the Asus Xonar D2X error occurs in the form of waves and strong at a time when the rumbling bass work I tried to set the function 5.1 Flexbass but nothing, channel or DTS Dolby technology does not change anything , but the problem disappears as 2.0 or 4.0 of the Act or disconnect the cable from the equipment Center / Sub, I returned to the normal drivers, and there is no problem when installing the panel chose C-Media with activated GX Mode.
    He asked me to repair the error because the mods drivers seem to be a much better option, especially due to the C-Media Panel and reduced use of system resources.

    My system is Windows 7 x64

    PS. Sorry for my english but I'm Polish



    • CarvedInside22 Feb 2015 @ 03:34

      It's really hard for me to understand what you wrote. Are you saying that you have a problem with bass coming from subwoofer or center speaker? And that you only have the problem when you install the UNi drivers with C-media Panel (GX enabled) configuration?

      Have you tried installing the UNi drivers with C-media Panel without GX? Have you tried different drivers, like 1.64 for example? Try those if you haven't.


    • Alex Ryttel22 Feb 2015 @ 15:52

      DisconnecT mate write in Polish, I can translate 😉


  3. Andreas27 Feb 2015 @ 21:11

    First I want to say thanks for the drivers, I'm overall very pleased with them and the sound is great with my STX II card but I have one very strange problem. It's pretty complicated and a video describing the thing would probably be better and since english isn't my native language this could get messy, but I'll give it a shot anyway and hopefully you will understand what I'm trying to say. I will be as thorough as possible so that you may be able to address this problem.
    The problem occurs when I'm listening to FLAC files in winamp, not all songs but quite a few, not in VLC though, so I think this is specific to winamp (hopefully). So, on to the problem; when listening to any of these specific songs I get crackling noise whenever I skip in the songs (move the slider with mouse or keyboard arrows). So far everything is normal except for the crackling, but when I open the UNI Xonar interface and choose Effect and change the equalizer from it's default state to anything else (presets or just changing one of the bars up or down) the sound completely dies. No error message just completely quiet. This only happens after the crackling sound or when I close winamp, as long as I just let the songs play it's fine. If I then set the equalizer to default the sound comes back, but if I want to use the equalizer in any other state I have to "reset" the soundcard by changing the analog output to something else and then change it back, i.e. from 2 speakers to headphones and back again. Then everything is back to normal again and I can use the equalizer, until I play one of the songs in winamp again. I have also got two blue screens connected to these crackles, the usual Windows 8.1 bluescreen with a message that says something like "driver_QRL_not_less_or_equal_STXII", not sure about the QRL but something like that.
    I'm using Windows 8.1, STX II soundcard with Uni Xonar drivers 1.75b, 2 channels, PCM 44.1 Khz, everything else default except the equalizer as stated above, no microphone connected, Winamp v5.666 with allow 24bit enabled.
    I think the problem has gotten worse the last few days or maybe it's just because I haven't played those specific songs in a while or just didn't notice it before. When using my speakers the equalizer is on default so that could be why I haven't noticed it since it works fine at default. When I'm listening to my headphones I change the equalizer and that was how i noticed it. Maybe it could be after some recent updates in Windows or maybe it has always been there. The computer is approximately 2 months old.

    I'm not experiencing any other problems with the soundcard, everything works fine in games etc. with the equalizer enabled, I haven't tried any other drivers for this soundcard or any other versions of winamp yet so I don't know if this is consistent with any other versions, but since this happens to me it could be of interest for you to try to replicate this problem and maybe find a fix (for future versions). Sorry for the long post but I hope it makes sense and that you get back to me. In the meantime I'll try a different version of Winamp to start with and then maybe some other version of the Uni Xonar drivers, I could also try the official drivers and see if the problem occurs there also.

    Best regards


    • Chris Leipold28 Feb 2015 @ 02:17

      Hi Andreas which output plugin do you use in winamp? Try to increase latency/buffer size in output plugin settings. I use Kernel Streaming ouput for my Winamp and experienced the same issue. But after increasing the buffer size one step in the output plugin its completley solved. If u are not using any Kernel Streaming Plugin i suggest u use the directsound output so go ahead and try increasing lateny / buffer size within the plugin and see if ur problem is solved.


      • Andreas02 Mar 2015 @ 09:12

        Thanks for the quick reply! I’m using Nullsoft Directsound Output v2.63 (d) with default values in the buffer: Buffer length 2000ms, Prebuffer 500ms, Buffer-ahead 500ms. Increasing the Buffer length one size to 2002 ms didn’t help. What do you advice me to try?


    • CarvedInside03 Mar 2015 @ 00:27

      Things to try:
      1) Disable GX if it is not disabled.
      2) Try with original drivers. If you don't have the issue, try again with UNi Xonar drivers.
      3) Since you don't mention which panel are you using I presume you used ASUS Audio Center. Try using C-Media Panel and after that try XonarSwitch for changing the equalizer settings. Should install UNi Xonar with Low DPC Latency panel configuration option.

      Might not be a solution for the issue you are having as it could be a bug within the audio drivers that I cannot fix.


      • Andreas04 Mar 2015 @ 13:39

        Ok, well the problem is solved (for now at least). I reinstalled Winamp, the same version I already had, and the problem is gone. I have no clue what could have caused it but now it's working. Thanks for all the help and if I experience the problem in the future and find the cause I will let you know.

        Best regards


  4. Cyrus01 Mar 2015 @ 17:58

    Asus Xonar Essence STX driver work flawlessly on my Windows 8.1 x64, thanks for your hard work. ^_^


  5. Victor02 Mar 2015 @ 10:01

    hi, the links provided to download UNi Xonar 1816/1822 v1.75a r2 and mirror are both dead. I couldn't download the driver, please re-upload the drivers. thanks


  6. Aica02 Mar 2015 @ 14:49

    Hi. Thanks for the third party driver. Asus sayed, that i should try this driver 😀
    but i cant installing it. after deinstalling i started this setup with cleaning older drivers (an option in ur setup) at the end of the setup where it searching for hardware it sayes that i have to connect an UNi-Soundcard… Well... i have only my Xonard DGX in my PC-Case. it IS connected.
    Asus standard-driver can find the soundcard.
    so… what can i try? The UNi-Setup needs approx 10 Minutes to registrate that it cant find my soundcard…
    Its in german… puu[dot]sh/gjcF8[dot]jpg


    • CarvedInside02 Mar 2015 @ 19:16

      I find it kinda funny that Asus crappy support actually recommended these drivers.

      Check Having problems installing UNi Xonar drivers? Refer to this topic page. Let me know if you've managed to install the drivers.

      What kind of issues you have and hope to be fixed with these drivers?


      • Aica05 Mar 2015 @ 13:08

        i hope that i can use my soundcard. idk how to install it correctly.
        deinstalling -> restart -> installing ur driver
        isnt that correct?
        Ur driver says, that i have to plug in UNI-Hardware. And the standard-driver from asus says that i have to plug in an Asus-Soundcart…
        It needs to activate and try 2 recoverypoints (1 day before and 2 days before) before it works again.
        So i guess, i dont try more experiments and'll be happy, that all works!
        But Thanks 🙂


        • CarvedInside06 Mar 2015 @ 02:52

          Yes the install procedure is correct.

          Check to see if your card's EEPROM isn't overwritten.


          • Aica06 Mar 2015 @ 13:33

            I'm using Xonar DGX. i could chose this card in the Setup. So that isnt the problem :\
            And i'm afraid to try it again…


            • Aica06 Mar 2015 @ 13:36

              Ah ok, sorry. didnt saw the DOS-Setup. English isnt my mainlanguage, therewhere i cant see directly what other ppl can see with english as mainlanguage.:) i guess i try it and hope i can use my soundcard without to format c before…


  7. cheuh07 Mar 2015 @ 01:51

    I am having some BSOD issues. When I resume my PC from sleep mode, sometimes it will randomly blue screen with the error code 0x00000d1 cmudaxp.sys

    I've tried uninstalling the drivers and reinstalling them. I've tried the low latency installation and the c panel with GX mode disabled as well... they have both randomly blue screened only when I resume the computer from sleep mode. I am using Windows 7 64 bit. Any ideas on what the issue could be?

    LE: Sorry, I forgot to mention that I am using Version: UNi Xonar 1822 v1.75a r2 on my Xonar DX sound card.


    • CarvedInside11 Mar 2015 @ 18:20

      I also use Win7 x64 with a Xonar DX card and use sleep mode all the time and I never had any BSOD when waking up my PC. I am just saying that your problem might be from something else. You should check to see if there are any newer bios updates for your motherboard. You may also try to see if the RAM is fine, you can test it with Memtest86+. If you have a antivirus installed, temporary uninstall it and check to see if you still get the BSOD's, I've had some crazy issues and even random BSOD's from buggy antiviruses. The BSOD could also come from a conflict with other drivers installed on the system.


  8. J.K09 Mar 2015 @ 13:17

    Greetings for Finland,

    I bought Essence STX 2 about a month or so ago and ever since I have had random BSOD problems.

    Usually I get BSODs when:
    - Changing track on Winamp (tried 24bit allowed and not allowed)
    - Playing a Flash video
    - Shutting down the PC

    I also have tried these unofficial drivers with clean install but the problem still persists.

    PC main components are:
    Asus Z87-C, Intel Core i7 4770k, 16Gb Ripjaws @1600Mhz, XFX Radeon HD 6950 2Gb, Corsair MX100 256Gb(also tried with Samsung EVO 840 128Gb).
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit, up to date and also a clean install.

    - GPU is on "PCIe 3.0 x16_1 slot".
    - The STX has been on both "PCIe 3.0 x16_2" slot and "PCIe 2.0 x1_2 slot".
    - Regular PCI slots are unused.

    MB manual (http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1150/Z87-C/E7869_Z87-C.pdf) shows on page 31 IRQ assignments. When the soundcard was on x16 slot I usully got BSODs that pointed towards GPU. Now that I have moved the soundcard to bottom PCIe x1_2 slot I get disk drive related BSODs. So it seems that the problem is caused by IRQ and it is not related to AMD GPU:s as deemed elsewhere on the net?

    From the software I have selected PCM output (now Dobly Digital Live under test) and the signal is transmitted to Onkyo amplifier via fiber.
    On the phone jack I have Sennheiser HD-650 and (now disconnected) Shure SM58 on microphone jack.
    RCA connectors have been connected to Line 6 POD HD500 analog input(but not tested yet).

    Next I plan to disconnect the RCA cables and continue testing with Dolby Digital Live as output.

    Br. J.K


    • CarvedInside11 Mar 2015 @ 18:23


      You should check to see if there are any newer bios updates for your motherboard. You may also try to see if the RAM is fine, you can test it with Memtest86+. If you have a antivirus installed, temporary uninstall it and check to see if you still get the BSOD’s, I’ve had some crazy issues and even random BSOD’s from buggy antiviruses. The BSOD could also come from a conflict with other drivers installed on the system.

      LE: Make sure you have GX disabled. Try installing the UNi Xonar drivers with "Low DPC Latency" or "C-Media Panel" configuration and switch settings with C-Media panel instead of ASUS panel.


  9. Radek09 Mar 2015 @ 16:31

    Sorry, but am I blind or what? Where is a DOWNLOAD section for this awesome drivers ??? 🙂 I need to download it now, could you give me a www link? Please help me.


  10. Radek10 Mar 2015 @ 02:34


    This is my first time I installed Xonar DX and Uni Xonar drivers (C-media panel).

    I got some problems :(. (btw sorry for my english)

    I have Xonar DX connected by 3 analog cables to the Technics SA-AX7 amplifier with 5.1 speakers. In C-media panel I set 6CH analog out. I don't use any DSP extensions.
    I have in my PC TV card Winfast TV2000 XP Expert connected to audio card.

    1st Problem. Sub does not always work.
    I mean with my integrated audio, in Realtek audio control panel I could force sub to working always - in stereo mode playing MP3, playing some WWW, 2.0 movies, TV from tv card - subwoofer was working always.

    With Xonar, if I set 6CH input sub is working only with 5.1 sources, so only with movies. This is wrong. If I change source from 6CH to 2CH I can hear my sub, really loud, but all others channels become silent a little bit, like 50% of volume from 6CH... I dont understand that, btw I have impression that this volume in 2CH mode is correct (same as before with Realtek) and is more to loud in 6CH mode.

    Other problem with “channels” is that sound from TV card (which is only stereo) I can hear in all speakers (same sound). That is really wrong :/ Good thing is that sub work as well.

    (btw with audio integrated I have not to set input channels, hardware or software always “knows” the source... Maybe this is the problem?)

    2nd Problem. TV card.
    In TV settings I can choose the Device Audio (it means input on audio card where the TV card is connected), play device (speakers) and the audio output settings (means how to change the volume). In Realtek integrated I had in this last option choice to change volume on any audio input. It means if I connect TV card to line-in/aux at audio card and then I choose line-in/aux volume, it will change the volume ONLY for this input. So if I change volume in TV I dont change volume of other sounds in system...

    Here, with Xonar and Uni Xonar, in TV settings I have only to choose MASTER VOLUME, even if I change everything (source, input), it is always MASTER VOLUME. So if I change TV volume, this also affect the entire Windows 🙁 ...

    So... Please help me :(. I dont want to sell my Xonar and go back to the integrated Realtek because of this problems. But this can not work like this, this is wrong :(. I did not have these problems with Realtek.

    Just I need to force sub working always, with all types / sources of sounds (MP3 2.0 / WWW sounds etc) and make possible to change TV volume without changing volume of the entire Windows system 🙁

    Best regards.


  11. Ekaitz11 Mar 2015 @ 16:57

    That's like the third time i make this question but I got no answer.
    Is it posible to make pass through (and not the mandatory upmix to DTS) when enabling the SPDIF optical output in a Xonar DSX card, please? If not, why? Is there any physical limitation in the card?
    Thanks for your help and time!



    • CarvedInside11 Mar 2015 @ 18:25

      I don't have an answer for you because I don't know. Sorry.


    • Chris Leipold16 Mar 2015 @ 15:59

      Hi Ekaitz,
      select PCM codec for SPDIF in control panel and set SPDIF passtrough in the software you are using. That should work. BTW what sound do you want to passtrough?


      • Ekaitz17 Mar 2015 @ 20:37

        Thanks, Chris Leipold and CarvedInside!
        I'm trying to set the card to SPDIF (optical) output to make pass through to a 5.1 system via optical cable.
        The problem is that I have to choose PCM or DTS when enabling the SPDIF so I get stereo or DTS (depending which one is selected) when playing any source (stereo music or a 5.1 soundtrack film, for example).
        I would like to have TRUE pass through so the 5.1 system could receive the original signal (not upmixed to DTS in case of stereo music or downmixed to stereo for the 5.1 films) and play it as it's instead of having to choose PCM or DTS depending of what's being played in the computer.
        Is it posible at this moment, please? Could it be implemented in the next (Windows XP) drivers, please?


        • Chris Leipold18 Mar 2015 @ 01:35

          You are welcome! As said before you need to set SPDIF passtrough in the software you use like VLC Player. Then it should not matter if u are using PCM or DTS in control panel of the sound driver. If the software u are using dont support it then you need something like AC3Filter and you have to set it in there. I am investigating the problem in the moment and give u a more detailed explanations in the next days. Being busy right now with visiting the CeBIT. But for sure i can say it works cause i used it myself before i switched to analog output because of better sound quality. I had a digital receiver too and used passtrough as well. As said need to look how i done it when back home. Greetz


        • CarvedInside18 Mar 2015 @ 21:35

          PCM does not send 5.1 channels sound, it only sends 2 channels. From Asus Xonar manual:
          "Q9: Will PCM sound output through S/PDIF be just 2 channels even with different analog output channels?
          Answer: The S/PDIF protocol specification (IEC-60958) can only carry 2-channel PCM data or non-PCM AC3/DTS data. So, when a user selects PCM output for S/PDIF, the Xonar sound card will always deliver 2 channel PCM data through the S/PDIF output port. For attaining 5.1 channel surround sounds, you can select Dolby Digital Live or DTS Interactive encoding output from the S/PDIF out menu, which will allow the Xonar D2 to deliver 5.1 surround sound for games, DVD movies, and even stereo music. "

          To my knowledge there is not other way to output 5.1 sound through optical cable.


  12. Majestic1219 Mar 2015 @ 02:55

    There's a problem with the newest Win10 test bulid (10041) using Xonar D1. When I set a stereo mode in Windows settings the left channel is louder. When I set the 5.1 mode there's no sound at all and every app that generates sound gives an error. Previous Win10 builds worked without problems. I tried RevA and RevB.


    • CarvedInside19 Mar 2015 @ 14:09

      You could try the 1.64 drivers and see if those work better. Let us if they do.
      If that does not work, I can't do anything about it, if it's a bug in the latest build it will be fixed by MS in future builds, and if it's a deliberate change that needs new drivers then it may take a while until C-Media releases new compatible drivers that I could use in UNi Xonar drivers package.


      • Majestic1219 Mar 2015 @ 23:07

        The 1.64 drivers work without problems with the stereo settings but 5.1 is the same as in the newest version. Thanks for help.


        • demorez22 Mar 2015 @ 20:28

          i have the same problem on xonar dx as well, but for me downgrading to 1.64 did not help 🙁


          • Majestic1222 Mar 2015 @ 21:03

            After a reboot the problem with the stereo settings returned but I updated the drivers to 1.75 using device manager few times and now it works.


  13. SgtSixpack19 Mar 2015 @ 04:29

    I have a Xonar DX Rev 1.02. I could not get any response from my brand new Sennheiser 429s until I messed about with the settings. I found that the front and subwoofer/center audio jacks are switched. I have my stereo headphones (429s) plugged into the 4th jack from the bottom of the card. My Roccat Kave 5.1 headphone set has got frayed wires near the earphones. With it being plugged into most of the jacks I was able to use it in headphone mode without noticing this anomaly. Should I try the official drivers to see if behavior is the same? I am using the latest 1.75a Uni drivers.


    • CarvedInside19 Mar 2015 @ 14:37

      How old is your card? If it's manufactured at least 3 years ago, you could try updating the cards PLX firmware.
      This firmware fixes more things than those in the log. For downloads and instructions go to Asus download page, select Windows XP, go to Utilities and download PLX firmware update Ver 1.1. It works on Win7 (and probably 8/8.1/10) even if you've selected WinXP.

      It unlikely you would have a different result but there is not harm in trying the original drivers, and while you are at it try the older UNi Xonar drivers (especially 1.64) as well.

      What OS and motherboard do you have?


      • SgtSixpack20 Mar 2015 @ 00:09

        Order Date: 4 Jun, 09. Its 6 years old. I wouldn’t be surprised if the problem started when I used a newer modded bios. I’m using Ket’s mBios for Asus P5Q deluxe and the intel MSM rom was replaced for intel RST rom within the bios, possibly being slightly larger than it was previously. I did already found your solution (thanks for the confirmation):
        Will update after I flash the card. From the Asus download page (as linked above), its under DOS for the OS.


        • SgtSixpack20 Mar 2015 @ 05:59

          I flashed the Xonar with the update and it reported the flash successful however I don't see any change in the output. I reset the motherboard CMOS right after the flash. TBH, if the signals are there it doesn't make a tremendous difference. I just need to find the mic jack as its not responding plugged into the correct jack. My Roccat Kave 5.1 headphones didn't use the mic jack it must have been done via USB. My Mic tested ok using onboard sound. Bought a Speedlink Spez for use with 429s.


          • SgtSixpack20 Mar 2015 @ 08:17

            I have to admit I was looking at the back panel 180 degrees wrongly, so now my channels are in the right place. I found the Mic was being detected as wave by looking at the "playback devices" from the windows sound taskbar icon. I installed the CD drivers same problem, then PCI_DX_7_12_8_1794_W7 which got the mic in the right place. Then I installed Uni 1.72. I don't think the 1.75a r2 drivers were the problem cause I was using my Roccat Kave headset mic before I changed headphones. I was going to use the onboard mic, I'm glad I got it sorted.


  14. Anton23 Mar 2015 @ 21:36

    I'm about to move to Linux and I wonder if anyone else has managed to get these drivers workning for for example Ubuntu?


    • mazhar23 Mar 2015 @ 23:28

      @Anton No need for drivers in Ubuntu. Everything works fine out of the box. Running my Xonar DGX with 5.1 surround just fine.


  15. Bob24 Mar 2015 @ 05:28

    I have a Xonar DSX card in my car computer (Windows 7, Intel DH61DL motherboard with I5 processor) and used the Uni Xonar driovers for about 18 months. But recently I had to reinstall my programs on the hard drive and since then, When I use v1.64 or V1.73 it works fine for a few days, then the volume stops working. It stays at about 70% maximum volume and gets a little lower but still over 60% maximum volume when you turn the computer volume down to zero, and a little louder when you turn it up to 100%. When I uninstall the drivers by removing the program in control panel and re-install the uni-xonar drivers, it works fine for a while, then the same thing happens. The PC plays music off the hard drive or from the audio input on the DSX card but it does not matter which input is used.

    None of the settings in the Sound menu in control panel are changed, The playback default is Speakers, Asus Xonar DSX the recording default is Xonar Wave, and Line in is enabled (ready). Stereo mix and AUX are disabled (unavailable). In Device Manager, the Realtek on board sound inputs and outputs are also disabled.


    • SgtSixpack26 Mar 2015 @ 15:32

      Try installing an official driver. I went back to the CD driver then to PCI_DX_7_12_8_1794_W7, and it fixed my problem of the mic signal being seen on line in. Then I went to 1.72 and stuck with it.


      • CarvedInside26 Mar 2015 @ 20:28

        I think you've replied to the wrong person. Think you wanted to reply to JP.


        • Bob27 Mar 2015 @ 03:38

          CarvedInside, any suggestions for my problem?


          • CarvedInside28 Mar 2015 @ 00:12

            There is no need to ask explicitly for me to respond, I usually respond if I have something to say. Firstly, it's unclear which volume are you referring to (windows volume slider, volume in Asus/C-Media Panel etc). You mentioned of reinstalling programs, have you reinstalled Windows or restored a system image? If that's so, maybe you need to update Windows. Try also and see if you get the issue using onboard audio.
            You said it worked correctly in the past, based on the changes you've made you need to figure out which of those changes is responsible for this issue.



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