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Mangix
post Jan 7 2013, 00:38
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https://dl.dropbox.com/u/102011983/Realtek%20ASIO.zip

I pulled these off of ASRock's specific drivers for Realtek Audio which include this. AFAIK this is just an addon.

The original drivers: ftp://174.142.97.10/drivers/All/Audio/Aud...64_XP(6728).zip
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derty2
post May 17 2013, 09:59
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Bob's your uncle - Wikipedia

As far as I'm concerned, I've got all the info I need in Post #6.
Basically speaking, this solution is an attempt to extract shit from clay. . . . unless somebody with supreme technical authority can prove otherwise.
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vander
post May 17 2013, 14:29
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@ManekiNeko
So far I can tell you the mentioned files are part of the older Asus driver files for some notebooks. I found them for example in Audio_Realtek_SM_Win7_64_Z6016559, a short search will show up several download sources. The archive will contain a folder "ASIO" with 3 files. I didnt install the driver from Asus, for this I took the Realtek reference driver 2.71. Just execute the install. exe from the ASIO folder to get ASIO support is all I did.
Since the purpose of my research dont match with the arguments the forum has against realtek I will just leave it alone from here, I didnt need a discussion, just the files. Thanks for the support anyway smile.gif

@derty2
I found the other thread with all the arguments and without working link already before. Like I said before the arguments didnt match my case so I thought I just ignore it. Just to calm down all the worried audiophile user, I own also a XiFi and know the difference to onboard soundchips, hope this helps somehow to avoid ppl falling into noisy nightmares wink.gif
Thanks for the explaining this english idiom.
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