vgerik12341. Have you tried disabling XMP and/or your OC for a bit? My old motherboard was acting up and doing weird things until I disabled XMP for a few days. Mobo profile switching did nothing. Making changes to bios time&date did nothing. Moving cards around caused them not to be picked up. Somewhere I found out that overclocking and having XMP enabled can cause weird stuff randomly. Anywho, it could also be a bad mobo :( It sucks big ones, but it happens. 2. Are you using all m.2 drive slots? It could be that you are using a pcie slot that conflicts with one of the m.2 ports. They share pcie lanes and sata connections.
the_Scarlet_oneRemove the NVidia built in audio driver. Remove the Microsoft audio driver. There is no reason for the extra drivers to fight with the Nu Audio card and driver. And the NVidia audio driver is not good anyway. It’s meant to provide audio through your monitor.See if removing the excess driver stops Windows from disabling your audio card.
SubL0ckI don't use XMP. Everything is manually overclocked. And everything was ultra stable with my previous asus sound card. The problem started to occur when i switched to EVGA.
DamonLynchSubL0ckI don't use XMP. Everything is manually overclocked. And everything was ultra stable with my previous asus sound card. The problem started to occur when i switched to EVGA.Run everything within spec, i.e. nothing overclocked, and everything should work just fine. Did you try that?
vgerik1234So you would need to disable windows updates driver install, disable said drivers, then uninstall. " https://www.google.com/am...ownloads-on-windows-10 " - the how to on disable windows update driver stuff.