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I'm trying everything in the book to fix the no hd audio device found error when trying to install drivers


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Under utilities (at Asus Downloads), last one on the list, Sound Blaster X-Fi Utility. Nothing really special, just one I took to see what it was. It has another media player and other audio utilities of this type. Useful? User preference again so it's your call if you want it or not.


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I'm trying everything in the book to fix the no hd audio device found error when trying to install drivers
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Use drivers sweeper to completely remove all your audio drivers

http://www.guru3d.com/category/driversweeper/

in the bios set HD Audio Azalia to enable

install via audio driver and then install sound blaster X-Fi
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I looked in bios and didn't see that azalia.. I might have missed it. I noticed legacy audio and hd


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Use drivers sweeper to completely remove all your audio drivers

http://www.guru3d.com/category/driversweeper/

in the bios set HD Audio Azalia to enable

install via audio driver and then install sound blaster X-Fi


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Thanks by the way, I'll try it here shortly

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Use drivers sweeper to completely remove all your audio drivers

http://www.guru3d.com/category/driversweeper/

in the bios set HD Audio Azalia to enable

install via audio driver and then install sound blaster X-Fi


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Thanks by the way, I'll try it here shortly

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Teach a man to fish huh..

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Okay it looks like this Extreme board apart from being fickle officially has the overheating NB issue. Had an auto safety shut down at 71c today while playing Civilization 5.

While this is bad news for me (annoying more than bad), its good news for you all concerned, as I will take pictures when I fix the issue.

I need a full day to redo the water cooling and things keep coming up one at a time, so my Intel is a slightly pricey paper weight right now.
That sucks! *thinking about taking mine apart to check*


Ok when I was talking about thermal pads. these are what I was talking about. They are more for things like; memory, VRM's, and chipsets. They should NOT be used for CPU's I repeat NOT for CPU's. TIM(thermal interface material(aka Artic Silver 5, TX2, so on so forth) is used when a tight fit is possible. Like that between a cpu and it's HSF or a GPU die and its heatsink. Thermal pads are used when a not so tight fit is possible. Like between a GPU's memory and the cooler or the VRM's and their cooler. They are also highly used by manufactures for their chipsets.
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sorry about the double but.

Due to ragincain's temp issue (and the fact I never checked) I decided to pull my board apart I found that I was making contact and all was good but.... While the "thermal pad/TIM" they used on both the NB and SB were making contact it was hard and "flaky". The Pad on the Lucid chip was still good but I decided to replace it anyway I ended up using some prolima tim (which comes standard with a Meghalems)I found out this stuff is quite good and NON-CONDUCTIVE temps are slightly lower(1-2c) but I feel safer knowing this stuff wont dryout. I most likely would have been fine for years but I am a bit OCD about my TIM and Thermal pads.

BTW the prolima stuff is better then AS5
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The 996805 Redlines work well for me in the Crosshair IV
Hi, i have send you an email.

I'm having problems with that memories (I have 4x2GB) with the same motherboard.

I think that it's a problem with the BIOS configuration.

Can you help me?

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Just noting all the problems you fellows are having with the Extreme board. Were they also inherited by the Formula board?

(If not, do I have permission to gloat? )
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