- Oct 9, 2010
- 1,532 (0.32/day)
- Kolkata, India
|System Name||Coffee | Maximus|
|Processor||Intel Core i7 9700K @ 5.2 GHz with AVX, 4.8 GHz cache clock | i7 9700KF @ 5.0 GHz/4.7 GHz cache|
|Motherboard||ASUS Maximus X Formula | ASUS Maximus VIII Ranger (modded BIOS for Coffee Lake)+TPM2.0 module|
|Cooling||Cooler Master ML240 Illusion | Cooler Master ML120L RGB|
|Memory||2*16 GB (32 GB) Kingston Fury Beast @3600 MHz CL17 | 4*8 GB (32 GB) HyperX Fury @3200 MHz CL14|
|Video Card(s)||Zotac RTX 3070 8 GB Twin Edge | Galax RTX 2060 Super 8 GB|
|Storage||Samsung PM981a 1TB NVMe+480GB SATA SSD+2 TB HDD | Crucial P5 1TB, Crucial P1 500GB+2.5TB HDDs|
|Display(s)||Samsung 43AU9070 4K TV, VRR, ALLM | Dell S2418H, 1080p 75 Hz, IPS|
|Case||Corsair Crystal 460X RGB | Lianli Lancool 215|
|Audio Device(s)||Creative Sound Blaster Z SE | Realtek ALC1150 (Supreme FX)|
|Power Supply||ASUS ROG Strix 750G (80+ Gold) | Cooler Master MWE 650 V2 (80+ Bronze)|
|Mouse||Cooler Master CK721 65% mechanical gaming keyboard (tactile)|
|Keyboard||Cooler Master MM731 19000 DPI gaming mouse|
|Software||Windows 11 Pro x64 |Windows 11 Pro x64|
|Benchmark Scores||Cinebench R20 MT 4200,ST 547 CPU-Z MT 4871, ST 620 | R20 MT - 4158, ST - 534, CPU-Z MT 4798, ST 603|
Try temporarily disabling Internet connection on the PC during the uninstall and reinstall.I have a bit of a problem.
I installed this yesterday, and it worked.
Unknkown to me, something must've enabled the maxxAudio thing, and it made everything sound subpar.
I wasn't able to figure out the reason for the bad audio, so I uninstalled FAA drivers/audio pack thing, reasoning that is was the only recent change, so reverting it should give me back my old, decent audio.
The problem persisted, and I was able to narrow it down to the maxxAudio thing eventually.
I decided to give FAA a try again, but I can't install it anymore.
I've done my best to remove all traces of the standard realtek drivers.
I've tried the following:
1. remove it via settings>apps and features.
2. Remove it with driverStoreExplorer
3. Remove it via device manager (even enabled "show hidden device" to make sure there's nothing realtek there)
I tried rebooting before installing, but that just makes windows fetch the realtek drivers again and I have to remove them again.
I even downloaded ccleaner, against my best judgement, to see if there's any registry stuff related to realtek that I could remove.
But no, whenever I try to run the installer, I get the following error: "You already have another realtek product installed on your PC. It must be removed before proceeding with this installation."