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    Default Re: GA-X58A- HDA Header Hardware Issue

    Hey All,

    Well I flashed to F6 to no avail.

    I did remove the old driver first but I'm wondering if it's something to do with the registry entires to control the mappings..... however when I did RMA the board they did report that they found the same issue.

    On the upside, they've agreed to RMA the board again as Gigabyte just sent back the same board when they should have replaced it.

    The saga goes on...
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    Default Re: GA-X58A- HDA Header Hardware Issue

    I hope they are covering the shipping for you!

    You can try a driver cleaner, that should remove registry entries as well. Did you email RealTek yet?

    Really, I would not be RMA'n again, sounds like all software to me, especially since it was reported to be fixed with that one driver by some users. If you still feel you should RMA, I would definitely be testing a clean install first with the new driver only and see if that works properly or not before sending the board off again

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    Default Re: GA-X58A- HDA Header Hardware Issue

    well in the UK they have to legally cover the shipping costs for any goods that are being returned due to fault.....

    I haven't emailed RealTek yet.. do you have an address? I could try a new install to see if that fixes it... or can you suggest a good driver cleaner.. never really trusted such things.. always go for new install :)
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    Default Re: GA-X58A- HDA Header Hardware Issue

    Ahh sounds good then.

    Ya, here is the tech support emails for RealTek
    Realtek

    I use this driver cleaner, but they are all basically the same
    Guru3D - Driver Sweeper

    I would do a clean install, I mean if you plan to RMA why not just in case you find out it works.

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    yeah might give the driver clean a run tonight and see if it helps, to be honest, if they just replace the board then i'm no worse off.. i did after all order a new tube of AS5 just in case...

    i just about had enough left to rebuild it before the new AS5 arrived to see if it works... had to spread it thinly with a folded piece of paper... seems to have worked quite well.. no silicon gloves around :)
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    Default Re: GA-X58A- HDA Header Hardware Issue

    gather round boy scouts:

    so having done the following the problem persists:

    Uninstall R2.44 Driver
    Rebooted into SafeMode (SM)
    Ran Driver Sweeper for Realktek Audio/Sound
    Rebooted
    Ran CCleaner - removed all dud registry entries
    Rebooted
    Installed R2.44
    Rebooted
    Tested by inserting headphones into Front Panel jack



    So what do we think? Board kaput? I can't believe that the only fix for this is a fresh install, I mean seriously in this day and age that would just totally suck...
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    Default Re: GA-X58A- HDA Header Hardware Issue

    I am having the same exact issue, my mobo is a GA-X58A-UD3R and my case is a Centurion 5.
    Spoke with Gigabyte support and they said they are not aware of any such issue, the support rep asked me if I had an other case to test...but I don't so he said he will test on his side and email me with the results. I'll call again tomorrow to follow-up.

    Anybody else here had any luck with drivers or any other solution yet?

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    Default Re: GA-X58A- HDA Header Hardware Issue

    I only suggested a clean install as a test because it sounded like you were sending the board off again for RMA, so I thought it would be wise to do that before sending it out is all.

    What you can do that would be easier and allow you to test a clean install would be to setup a dual boot, clean install and test that way.

    Did Realtek get back to you?

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    Default Re: GA-X58A- HDA Header Hardware Issue

    @M1ko: Gigabyte said this to be as well and they tested with their own Front Panel and had no issues, as per scorptek, it appears that not all Panels/Headers are created equal. Have you tried the 2.44 Driver, as this appears to have fixed other UD3R issues?

    @Lsdmeasap: Dude, I know it was just a suggestion and one that I've done.. well I did a clean install of XP a while back and no change in behaviour. Still waiting to hear back from Realktek.

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    Default Re: GA-X58A- HDA Header Hardware Issue

    being collected today for RMA.
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