- Nov 1, 2013
- 5 (0.00/day)
|Processor||i7-2600k 3.4 O'ced 4.4|
|Cooling||V6 GT Cooler Master|
|Memory||Patriot Viper Xtreme 8GB|
|Video Card(s)||GTX 560 Ti|
|Storage||OCZ Vertex 4 250GB / 1Tb Wd|
|Display(s)||Samsung 37" LED|
|Audio Device(s)||ALC892 Onboard|
|Power Supply||Antec 850m|
|Software||Win 7 x64|
Thanks for sharing the method which worked for you.
Older driver interference is sadly not the issue, given that it a fresh installation of Windows 8.1 was tried as well, which of course would have no driver history whatsoever.
Just to be sure, you are using a S/PDIF Digital Output connected to your hardware decoder to which in turn your surround speakers are hooked up, either TOSLink/optical or RCA/coaxial? Of course assume so, since analog connections from sound card (discrete or onboard) to surround speakers are unable to pass through Dolby Digital or DTS encoded streams, instead requiring per speaker separate PCM channels, thus Dolby Digital Live or DTS Connect would not do a single thing with an analog setup and it should even be impossible to select these options for any analog output in either Windows Sound or Realtek HD Audio Manager.
Yes my setup is using spdif optical since my receiver only supports optical input. Just wondering how were you able to make DDL work the first time then. Well at least (I assume) DTS is working fine for you. There was another modded driver I came across before I saw this. You might want to have a look and try this: