Juni0rm1ntThank you Lee!Will try installing tonight, but i am not a fan of un-installing /reinstalling. It worked perfectly fine the last time.
Talon5Closed mine as well. Downloaded the software, Avast interrupted 4 times saying "Hey, lemme look, this might be bad!" Restarted and up popped the downloader and everything downloaded just fine. All running good.
EVGATech_LeeMTalon5Closed mine as well. Downloaded the software, Avast interrupted 4 times saying "Hey, lemme look, this might be bad!" Restarted and up popped the downloader and everything downloaded just fine. All running good. I used to run Avast. I remember how annoying that was, especially when you would get ready to launch something for the first time, and then you go through a few cycles of that, lol. Glad to hear everything is working.
ViperSPhi, scrub that, i found the volume for my receiver - it was tucked away at the back of it :D everything is crisp. thanks
ViperSPhmmm, im finding the s/pdif is not disabled in the NU audio SW and is controlling the sound. I guess it's not supposed to be selected in NU Audio?
ViperSPok i have logitech 906 surround system 5.1 connected through s/pdif to evga nu audio card. I do not have any Audio programs (though i hear FuBar is good) apart from the Nu Audio SW. the Surround come as is with no install disk or software. Im using the Sound speaker controller icon through windows taskbar to configure dolby and the khz as it doesn't register in the nu audio when its changed unless i use the taskbar speaker icon properties. I tried dolby home theater v4 software but it only detects HD audio not the EVGA card. The S/PDIF is connected to the main sound controller on my surround subwoofer then the receiver is plugged into the controller along with the rest of the speakers. It's a built-in controller with a plug in addon receiver that come with the system. I tried to do a fresh install of the program and drivers and was met with blue screen on windows loading "asmtxhci.sys caused an error" which is my asmedia usb controller/s. I fixed it with a roll back got the fresh install done and s/pdif was disabled and hd audio was enabled and there was no sound unless i connected to onboard s/pdif. Win10 detects the card as a usb device. not sure if thats normal.I did notice, evga s/pdif sound was disabled upon fresh install of Nu Audio SW and the device was available in sound controller manager (right click on taskbar speaker) it is not selected as default device tho. When i use EVGA S/PDIF as default device the volume becomes enabled. Don't get me wrong, the dolby works though i have to turn the system sound down to 20 and the receiver sound up to 50 to balance it. It works in games that support surround like Diablo 3 and World of Warcraft. Win10 detects it as a 2 channel sound option only but in games its fine.
EVGATech_LeeMHi Everyone, here's the latest driver for the NU Audio Card. EVGA NU Audio Card (712-P1-AN01-KR) - v0.1.3.0 (Win10 x64)EVGA NU Audio Card (712-P1-AN01-KR) - v0.1.3.1 (Win7 x64)Release Notes (v0.1.3.0):Adds support for Dolby Digital/DTS encoded 5.1 format pass-through via S/PDIFUpdate driver version to v4.66.0Update F/W version to 0x2B Note - When Dolby Digital/DTS pass through is active, volume control for S/PDIF is disabled in the NU Audio Software Note #2 - Please note that the new firmware version is incompatible with older driver versions. If you have an issue after updating the driver/firmware, reinstalling an older driver version may cause problems.Let us know what you think, or if you run into any issues.