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Dave-H

Audio driver for Realtek HD Audio Hardware?

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@Dave-H: Good to here your system is stable with the 16-bits HDA driver. I still have no definitive opinion regarding stability issues, but I will do thourough testing with Virtualbox, no real risks involved (thanks to UCyborg)...

Working with an unknown system was stimulating, especially with such a careful tester. :hello: Gave me some new insights and idea's too.

 

As a sort of spinoff from this project I made three quasi-universal versions of HDAICOUT.HDA. Instructions which one to choose inside.

Especially useful if there is the Sound of Silence after installation of the driver.

Hdaicout.hda.000

Hdaicout.hda.100

Hdaicout.hda.200

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Did anyone try to make it work with ALC1220? When I tried to do it I had "High Definition Audio Controller" in "System Devices" section, but nothing in multimedia section, and there was no sound.

Here's my HDAcfg.ini

HDAcfg.ini

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@tyukok: My INF-file doesn't make an entrance in Device Manager -> Multimedia, only in System Devices, (according to Windows conventions for HDA controllers).

Your CODEC_VID=$14F1 CODEC_DID=$2BFA in HDACFG.INI doesn't look to me as ALC1220.

Since you have CODEC Index=$1 in HDACFG.INI, I would suggest trying HDAICOUT.HDA.100 first (file in previous post). Rename to HDAICOUT.HDA, copy to your Windows directory and reboot.

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@deomsh

Just as an aside, today I came across this thread from over a year ago.
I'm glad that we got further this time!
:)

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29 minutes ago, deomsh said:

@tyukok: My INF-file doesn't make an entrance in Device Manager -> Multimedia, only in System Devices, (according to Windows conventions for HDA controllers).

Your CODEC_VID=$14F1 CODEC_DID=$2BFA in HDACFG.INI doesn't look to me as ALC1220.

Since you have CODEC Index=$1 in HDACFG.INI, I would suggest trying HDAICOUT.HDA.100 first (file in previous post). Rename to HDAICOUT.HDA, copy to your Windows directory and reboot.

I tried it, and unfortunately still no sound.

It appears as ALC1220 in AIDA64, and it's ID in System Devices is PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_A2F0&SUBSYS_A1821458&REV_00

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@Dave-H: Yes, but situation is different now. At the time I was an active member of Watler's Win3x forum, I asked him if he could gave me room for Win9x experiments. Although he was a bit sceptic, he gave me room and even tried and criticized my INF-file. I made a statement about on MSFN only. But since a year ago the forum ended, so new opportunities for MSFN. :buehehe:

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@tyukok: The id is the HDA controller. But nevermind, I will search for the ALC1220 data sheet.

Did you hear absolutely nothing during boot?

Please attach latest HDALOG.TXT

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@tyukok: Thanks for the file. Look no good, the codec readout is'nt as it should be. 

All I can do is take a look at your system. I need full specs (motherboard, including Revision; in case of a laptop full model name). Further: are you using WIN98se?

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@deomsh Yes, I'm using Win98 SE as a part of multiboot system. The motherboard is Gigabyte Z370 HD3P Rev. 1.0.

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@tyukok: Nice board.

Are all Power Management options disabled? See Page 2-7 of the User manual.

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@tyukok: Disabled is the default, I asked just to be sure.

If you like to continue: next step I suggest would be a different Verb interface. Set Verbinterface=$0 in HDACFG.INI and reboot. Please check if there is any difference in HDALOG.TXT, if there is any difference attach the file.

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@deomsh Sorry for the wait, was away for a few days.

There was no difference in hdalog.txt

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@tyukok: No problem, there is no hurry. The OS is already retired. :buehehe:

Sad the other Verb interface did nothing. There are not many options left to try.

You can play a bit with the wait-timings in HDACFG.INI, although I am afraid the driver is not compatible with your HDA-controller. 

Reset to Verbinterface=$1

Normal values are: wait1=$100 wait2=$100

Try higher values, like wait1=$200 and wait2=$200 or even wait1=$500 and wait2=$500

BTW: I could'nt find anything useful about the controller, nor in linux sources, nor in the data sheet of your chipset (only power saving issues).

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