Nvidia hd audio driver conflict with realtek

I"ve been wondering about this for some time, and I wonder if these might reason problems. I have the Nvidia video clip graphics card Ge Force GTX-960. I"ve noticed that eincredibly time I downfill a new driver for my graphics card, it has the Nvidia HD Audio driver. But I also have the Realtek High Definition Audio Driver, which has been mounted on this computer for years. I"ve noticed that the sounds have not been the very same in FS and I"m wondering if it"s bereason I have actually 2 audio motorists installed on this system, and also they"re leading to conflicts. Do I have to uninstall the Nvidia audio driver? It"s strange to me why a video clip graphics card would certainly have actually an audio driver in the initially location, and it seems to me they should be sepaprice chauffeurs.

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Ken. Manning

Edited November 21, 2019 by kmanning


You"re probably correct. I didn"t think about monitors having speakers because I never use them either. For the previous few years, Nvidia has actually been including audio motorists in their graphics cards downlots, and I do not recontact seeing that contained in the older graphics cards I had. Maybe it counts on the kind of graphics card one has set up. I always thought that the video and also audio signals go to their corresponding hardware, that it, video signals go to a graphics card, and the audio signal goes to an audio hardware, fairly that be an onboard audio on the motherboard, or an audio card prefer Sound Blaster. I simply wanted to be sure that having actually these 2 audio motorists are not conflicting each other. That would be favor having 2 video motorists installed on your computer system, and you don"t need but one.



Nothing to execute with if your monitor has actually speakers or not. The Nvidia audio vehicle drivers are used to carry out audio via the hdmi out on your videocard. The RealTek motorists are for your motherboard"s onboard audio. They are independent of each other.

Edited November 21, 2019 by Dave_YVR
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Dave"s correct. The hdmi or displayport cable from the GPU have the right to lug sound to the monitor speakers. A lot of modern-day monitors through speakers usage that method so a sepaprice cable isn"t compelled to attach them up like we carry out with a 2.1 setup or something prefer that plugged into the output from the soundcard or the motherboard sound socket. Another driver might similarly channel sound with Bluetooth to for circumstances, a soundbar, so no cable is compelled. Multiple sound drivers is normal.

Going ago to your reasoning maybe the sounds have adjusted given that. Check out the sounds control panel. Have a play via the default outputs, and inspect tbelow for alters that might have influenced the sounds choose bass cutoff frequency as an instance.

 



Nopoint to execute with if your monitor has actually speakers or not. The Nvidia audio chauffeurs are used to administer audio through the hdmi out on your videocard. The RealTek motorists are for your motherboard"s onboard audio. They are independent of each other.


 

Thanks for clarifying that. I didn"t think it had anypoint to perform through rather one has actually a monitor speaker or not. So, the Nvidia audio drivers are independent of the Realtek, so I shouldn"t be pertained to around this driver being set up and conflicting with Realtek.

Ken.

Edited November 21, 2019 by kmanning

A lot of modern monitors via speakers use that method so a sepaprice cable isn"t required to attach them up choose we perform via a 2.1 setup or somepoint choose that plugged right into the output from the soundcard or the motherboard sound socket.

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Going back to your reasoning perhaps the sounds have actually adjusted since. Check out the sounds regulate panel. Have a play through the default outputs, and check tbelow for changes that might have actually influenced the sounds favor bass cutoff frequency as an example.


 

I"ve checked that and also whatever appears to look okay tright here. I may not be correct regarding once the sounds have actually readjusted, but I"ve noticed that, for instance, when I switch from the cockpit view to spot view, the sounds remain the same, and doesn"t have actually the louder and also external sound effects. I even hear sounds that doesn"t sound normal, kind of choose low level background noise. I have the same problem in both FSX and also P3D, so that seems to suggest something outside the sim.

Ken. Manning

Edited November 22, 2019 by kmanning

Hi Ken, on the task bar on the desktop computer (wright here running apps display a button) click on the tiny speaker icon and it should pop up the volume regulate. Also on this control is an arrow to open up up the manage to show even more items. That will certainly list the possible outputs you have actually there for the sound. Try those out and also check out if the sound alters on those.


kmanning - additionally to what SteveW sassist, with the sim running, right-click the little speaker and also choose "Open Volume mixer" from the pop-up food selection. There must be a volume manage for the sim. Make certain that it"s as high as it will go - it will be limited to the tool volume in the left-hand column which controls the maximum volume of your device.

Edited November 22, 2019 by vortex681

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Ken, another thing deserve to occur to sound when various programs usage sound leaving it not ideal after usage. Try rebooting and go straight right into P3D to view if starting up fresh changes anything. Also in Task Manager begin up area, you have the right to try disabling particular items to view if affecting the sound and also reboot again. Also an addon can feasibly carry out something, so try a different aircraft and without certain addons if you have anypoint in the mix.


Ken, one more thing deserve to occur to sound when miscellaneous programs usage sound leaving it not right after use. Try rebooting and also go right into P3D to view if beginning up fresh alters anypoint. Also in Task Manager start up area, you can try disabling particular items to watch if affecting the sound and also reboot aobtain. Also an addon could feasibly carry out somepoint, so try a different aircraft and also without specific addons if you have actually anything in the mix.


 

Hi Steve,

I tried flying one of the PMDG aircrafts last night and the sounds were okay. Apparently, it should have actually been just one of the other addon aircrafts, however I don"t remember which one. So, it"s not external the sim, as a declared the first time. I"ll be trying a number of of the aircrafts and see which one it is once I gain a opportunity. When I come throughout that aircraft, I"ll write-up it here.

Ken.

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kmanning - additionally to what SteveW said, with the sim running, right-click the tiny speaker and also pick "Open Volume mixer" from the pop-up food selection. There must be a volume manage for the sim. Make certain that it"s as high as it will go - it will be restricted to the gadget volume in the left-hand column which controls the maximum volume of your system.