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6 months 3 weeks ago #2430 by pal1000
Unofficial Realtek UAD Generic 6.0.8832.1
Due to Realtek removing HDXRT.inf, HDXRTSST.inf, HDX_GenericExt_RTK.inf and their hashes from hdxrt.cat and hdxrtext.cat respectively in 6.0.8825.1 and newer, it is no longer possible to make a Realtek UAD Generic package for old systems that is 100% WHQL compliant. To workaround this newer releases install 6.0.8824.1 with hardware support application, audio effects and service components taken from latest version and then a force updater is used to replace the old codec component (RTKVHD64.sys and RTAIODAT.DAT) with its latest version.
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6 months 3 weeks ago - 6 months 3 weeks ago #2431 by erpster96

alanfox2000 wrote: That 8827.1 unofficial UAD by pal1000 on github is actually 8824.1.

The generic INFs no longer exist on 8825.1 and later version driver.

8824.1 and earlier only need to match the Vender & Device ID in order to install
e.g. HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_1220&SUBSYS_1458355D
8825.1 and later must Vender & Device & SubVender & SubSystem ID in order to install
e.g. HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_1220&SUBSYS_1458355D

I have downloaded multiple OEM package and search the below file unicode in hdxrt.cat & hdxrtext.cat with winhex. Do not found the file information in the .cat file

Generic INF
File Name : Unicode
hdxrt.inf : 680064007800720074002E0069006E006600
hdxrtsst.inf : 680064007800720074007300730074002E0069006E006600
hdx_genericext_rtk.inf : 6800640078005F00670065006E0065007200690063006500780074005F00720074006B002E0069006E006600

If you download HP release like 8825.1, inside the file you found a folder call 8825.1_HDA_UAD_Win10_RS3_RS4_RS5_19H1_X64_WHQL, but include not all the INF.
I believe there is a file called 8825.1_HDA_UAD_Win10_RS3_RS4_RS5_19H1_X64_WHQL.zip in Realtek Intranet.

If someone know how to get access to generic UAD (so I don't need to find a latest version of each INF by unzip many OEM packages then post on realtek-universal-audio-driver github repository), send a private message to me.


you could try asking ex58 to see if an 8825.1_HDA_UAD_Win10_RS3_RS4_RS5_19H1_X64_WHQL.zip package is available from Realtek. OR you could wait several weeks for Microsoft to post an 8825.1 UAD driver on the MS update catalog site (might take 'em around X-Mas time for that to actually happen) ;-)

btw, an 8799.1 uad driver with hdxrt.inf & hdxrtsst.inf files is available from MS update catalog.
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6 months 3 weeks ago - 6 months 3 weeks ago #2432 by erpster96

Ataemonus wrote: Strangely, the official UAD release does NOT want to install on my ASUS Z390 Hero, I cannot understand why. Says it is incompatible.
The unofficial release installs just fine.


what hardware ID for Realtek Audio is being used on your Asus Z390 Hero board, Ataemonus?
use this site below on how to gather the hardware ID number of a device:
https://m.wikihow.com/Find-Hardware-ID
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6 months 3 weeks ago #2433 by Ataemonus
As far as I can tell, these are the hardware IDs.
HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_1220&SUBSYS_10438735&REV_1001
HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_1220&SUBSYS_10438735

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6 months 3 weeks ago - 6 months 3 weeks ago #2434 by pal1000

Ataemonus wrote: As far as I can tell, these are the hardware IDs.
HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_1220&SUBSYS_10438735&REV_1001
HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_1220&SUBSYS_10438735

For starters that 8827 all OEMs package has setup separated from the driver, so first you have to unify them.
After extracting create a folder named Win64 inside XSetup and then move Realtek folder inside it.
Since your hardware ID is also present in ASUS A-Volute third-party extension you will also need this package
minhaskamal.github.io/DownGit/#/home?url...Extension%20-%20ASUS
Extract it in XSetup\Win64\ThirdParty.
Finish by running setup.exe from XSetup.

Bonus info. This is the search for your hardware ID at @alanfox2000's realtek-universal-audio-driver repository:
github.com/alanfox2000/realtek-universal...20%26SUBSYS_10438735
That's how I found out you need ASUS A-Volute third-party extension.
Last edit: 6 months 3 weeks ago by pal1000.
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6 months 3 weeks ago #2435 by pal1000
Unofficial Realtek UAD Generic 6.0.8834.1
Due to Realtek removing HDXRT.inf, HDXRTSST.inf, HDX_GenericExt_RTK.inf and their hashes from hdxrt.cat and hdxrtext.cat respectively in 6.0.8825.1 and newer, it is no longer possible to make a Realtek UAD Generic package for old systems that is 100% WHQL compliant. To workaround this newer releases install 6.0.8824.1 with hardware support application, audio effects and service components taken from latest version and then a force updater is used to replace the old codec component (RTKVHD64.sys and RTAIODAT.DAT) with its latest version.
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