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[DRIVERS] Realtek High Definition Audio Codecs (HDA/UAD)

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7 months 4 weeks ago - 7 months 4 weeks ago #2316 by erpster96

Tadeo wrote: Hi. Have a 6 years old two ultrabooks ACER Aspire V5 V5-571P and PG. Both of them have ALC271X codec with Dolby Advanced Audio/Virtual Surround Sound. What latest drivers should install to have Dolby Control Panel ??


hi Tadeo. try this v6.0.8703.1 HDA driver package from Acer (this one was actually listed for an Acer Nitro NP515-51 laptop but may work with your Acer V5-571P machine)

this big 650Mb Realtek audio v8703 driver package from Acer includes a bunch of Dolby apps, including the Dolby Advanced Audio control panel app for your Acer computer
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7 months 4 weeks ago - 7 months 4 weeks ago #2319 by Emopunk
Good evening to all of you. I am new to this site and to this forum. I found it when I was unhappy with Asus webpage audio drivers for my motherboard. This board happens to be a x570 Prime Pro, sporting ALC1220 audio onboard. At the moment, I found a good set of drivers in the Realtek HD Audio (UAD) Drivers Version R2.8x (8702.1) WHQL (Asus). When I try to install later versions found on this site, I either don't get them working at all or they don't have a audio control console working/available. Am I doing something wrong? Should I just stay with this package and be happy with it? Thanks to all of you willing to help.
I just want to make clear that I was on the point of buying a discrete audio card because of how I was unhappy with drivers/audio before stumbling into this site! :woohoo:
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7 months 4 weeks ago #2320 by pal1000
Unofficial Realtek UAD Generic 6.0.8809.1
The official installer is included. If you prefer it over my custom made open-source installer, move Win64 folder inside Official-Setup folder and run setup.exe as admin from there.
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7 months 3 weeks ago #2321 by pal1000
Unofficial Realtek UAD Generic 6.0.8810.1
The official installer is included. If you prefer it over my custom made open-source installer, move Win64 folder inside Official-Setup folder and run setup.exe as admin from there.
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7 months 3 weeks ago #2329 by pal1000
Unofficial Realtek UAD Generic 6.0.8811.1
The official installer is included. If you prefer it over my custom made open-source installer, move Win64 folder inside Official-Setup folder and run setup.exe as admin from there.
The following user(s) said Thank You: akks1981, moszter, Ataemonus, Vonray1911, winPro

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7 months 3 weeks ago #2331 by SevenOptimus

Emopunk wrote: Good evening to all of you. I am new to this site and to this forum. I found it when I was unhappy with Asus webpage audio drivers for my motherboard. This board happens to be a x570 Prime Pro, sporting ALC1220 audio onboard. At the moment, I found a good set of drivers in the Realtek HD Audio (UAD) Drivers Version R2.8x (8702.1) WHQL (Asus). When I try to install later versions found on this site, I either don't get them working at all or they don't have a audio control console working/available. Am I doing something wrong? Should I just stay with this package and be happy with it? Thanks to all of you willing to help.
I just want to make clear that I was on the point of buying a discrete audio card because of how I was unhappy with drivers/audio before stumbling into this site! :woohoo:


Make sure you fully uninstall the old drivers using DriverStore Explorer ( github.com/lostindark/DriverStoreExplore...xplorer.v0.10.54.zip ) before installing a later version - tick everything under "Sound, video and game controllers" and "Software components" whose provider is Realtek, then tick "Force Deletion" on the right hand side of the window and click "Delete Driver".
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