Realtek HDA/UAD drivers 18.104.22.168xxx / 8xxx WHQL
Realtek semi-conductor corp certification and signed from october 17, 2017
Including : IntelHDASST, ASIO, DS1, ADCTL
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Artins90 écrit: I am having audio popping issues after upgrading to the Fall Creators Update with an ALC 1220 chip on a MSI board. I tried version 8264 and 8245 so far but both have the same issue. The driver you posted 8269 refuses to install, probably because it's for Asus products.
For those who have upgraded to the new windows version, are you encountering any issues? If not, which driver version are you using?
Try updating to 22.214.171.12474 WHQL and let me know if you still face audio problems.. I had very slight audio popping and I think updating to that version solved it for me but I'm not sure a 100%.
lenix écrit: Try updating to 126.96.36.19974 WHQL and let me know if you still face audio problems.. I had very slight audio popping and I think updating to that version solved it for me but I'm not sure a 100%.
I have just installed it and sadly the issue persists.
Here are 2 clips I took with my phone, what you hear is exactly what comes out of my speakers, you can probably hear my keyboard/mouse input before the playback, then the popping followed by missing audio sections, and lastly a second playback of the sound clip without issues.
After the first "popping" the playback can continue without issues for hours, there must be a problem when transitioning from rest state to active playback.
Win 10 x64
PackageVersion = PG463