- Mar 18, 2008
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|System Name||Virtual Reality / Bioinformatics|
|Motherboard||Undead TUF X99|
|Memory||GSkill 128GB DDR4-3000|
|Video Card(s)||Sapphire R9 Fury X|
|Storage||Samsung 960 Pro 1TB, Crucial MX200 500GB|
|Display(s)||Acer K272HUL, HTC Vive|
|Case||Fractal Design R5|
|Power Supply||Seasonic 850watt|
|Mouse||Logitech Master MX|
|Keyboard||Corsair K70 Cherry MX Blue|
|Software||Windows 10 Professional/Linux Mint|
@David Williams wait wait wait I will add all of you this night just wait 11 22h I will add all of you but thank you and we need to find very specially dax3updatedb to make working dolby atmos app I think that that can be possible after one year but dont worry dts studio sound is more better think about that.... this app that I can provide is coming from new asus laptops that's the feature I think and I hope
Hey Urko, do you know what might be causing the problem for my post above?
I tried turning off SRS and just leave Dobly Audio enhancements on and the sound was still horrible.
I did get an error when trying to use installer to install your modified driver. I worked around it by using device manager manual install. Can you add my device information to the INF? I would love to give this another try.
Also just to clarify the installation process:
1. Disable secure boot/driver signature check
2. Install modified driver using installer
3. Install the DTS software packs
4. Install the SRS software packs
Right? Do I need to install both Dolby and SRS or just one of them is enough?