- Apr 20, 2017
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yes you need to enable test mode secure boot must be disabled and for alc 1150 you can find this in your sound propereties just right button playback devices speakers propereties and you will see encore propereties when you click there it will comme another menu with driver and details you select details tab and you select hardware ids and you copy this what you see and paste me here I will create an inf with your machineOK I admit I am stupid in audio modifications. Here is my progress:
1. Audio codec, ALC1150 on ASUS MoBo Sabertooth X99. What other information would you need to make it work?
2. I uninstalled the old Realtek driver through deleting the device along with software from device manager.
3. I tried to install the modified driver using the setup executable. It gives me error during installation and the process was aborted automatically.
My question for you is would you mind posting a walkthrough either in text or pictures? From the sounds of it I would need to turn off SecureBoot in UEFI to get this to work.
My wife's old HP laptop had SRS Premium sound and it was pretty awesome outputing to a pair of BOSE speakers. Way better than my ASUS built in software.