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    Default Re: GA-P35-DS3L Realtek Audio No Stereo Mix

    I contacted both Gigabyte and Realtek. Only Gigabyte have replied, with what appeared to be a likely solution.
    I uninstalled both the Realtek driver and Microsoft DAA, rebooted and reinstalled the latest Realtek driver. But after many attempts, I still cannot enable the input controls. I even rolled back to SP2 to no avail. These were the links suggested by Gigabyte.

    GIGABYTE - Support - Motherboard - FAQ

    http://www.gbt-tech.co.uk/Support/Mo...spx?FAQID=2501

    I've followed them step by step, with no success.

    One thing, after uninstalling the Microsoft UAA Bus Driver, it reappears after the reboot, is this right?
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    Default Re: GA-P35-DS3L Realtek Audio No Stereo Mix

    You need to do those things in Safe mode and do not allow Windows to reinstall the driver (UUA) when it asks.

    See here for more info >>>
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/uua-...37/#post252380

    What you do is go into safe mode, and uninstall the Microsoft UUA driver and then reboot back into safe mode and reinstall the Gigabyte or RealTek drivers only. Then be sure you do not reinstall the windows driver again. You can then go in device manager and find the UUA device or Icon and disable it

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    Default Re: GA-P35-DS3L Realtek Audio No Stereo Mix

    Hi.

    Still no joy.

    I did exactly as you suggested, rebooted in Safe Mode, uninstalled the Microsoft DAA driver, then rebooted again in Safe Mode.
    But then, without giving me any options, Windows automatically reinstalled the old driver.

    A bit of research has indicated that rather than stopping this auto update, I need to find where damn drivers are hiding, I can only find the one that resides in 'System Devices'.
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    Default Re: GA-P35-DS3L Realtek Audio No Stereo Mix

    Well then disable the device in device manager, then install the driver and you will be fine

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