Hello Fellows, (NEW VERSION OF THESE DRIVERS HAS BEEN RELEASED BY VIA NOT ASUS BUT THEY WORK! LINK BELLOW THIS LINE) I just wanted to share these drivers that works for me while using Windows 10 The VIA audio software is buggy but all functions will be able to be controlled in Windows Open Playback Device - Right click on Speakers - properties There you go all settings VIA Audio Software got I don't know a lot about these drivers just found them while searching around All speakers plays together Remember to enable 2.1 Channel under Enhancements and set the speakers to 5.1 surround under Configure in Playback devices Hopes other will get it to work - Stefan PS. If you have any trouble try to ask me.
I might be able to help:P Download Link: The drivers is working well but still got some problems like the subwoofer isnt totally active and the speakers isn't loud at all but enought to make you able to hear them. Will asus still support the older g75's when win 10 comes out???? They do as little as possible after the warranty is out. My son's TF101 boot logo says 'Persistent Perfection' after they sent out one android upgrade which caused more problems and never fixed it, he calls it 'a lie, it should be Persistent Imperfection'.
He certainly will not be an Asus customer. The G75VW has the worst speakers and software I have ever seen in a laptop especially considering the price. Asus use to be the best hardware company around until they got popular and started being very profitable, lifetime warranties and great customer service just disappeared. They still make some decent products for the price but like my TA100A Windows all-in-on, it has a very low quality feel and it had to back to Asus for one service under warranty, even though it has intermittent WiFi issues.
As far as you real question, they will only support Windows 10 if there is a serious glitch affection a lot of units and the customers pressure them to make windows 10 work on them but don't expect much. This is only my opinion base on my years as an Asus consumer, 7 motherboards, 3 tablets, video cards, monitors, and probably some other stuff I can't remember. Now on the upside, many of the drivers will work and Microsoft will get drivers from manufacturers of components on the motherboard and in the laptop.
They will install fine without Asus direct involvement. Chipset stuff will come from Intel, video drivers from Nvidia, etc. I think you'll be OK when it gets time to install Windows 10. However, I think Windows 8.1 is the best OS I have ever used and not considering upgrading immediately. It has a 'Start' menu that works great!
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Just right click on it! Interestingly, though, audio doesn't seem to work as Windows 10 defaults to headphones, even if they aren't connected. If I manually select speaker output, I get audio. After 'installing' (I get a HD audio device not found error) Audio_VIA_Win8_VER60101400, I can select 5.1 surround when configuring speaker output. Even the subwoofer actually checks out just fine.
It isn't used during playback. I suspect it's because its running 'pure' 5.1 mode now, and when listening to music, the.1 isn't activated as it hasn't got a legacy track to play. Does anyone know how to activate this 'emulation' as you could on good ol' surround sets when using non-5.1 media? Hello everyone, First post here. I just wanted to shed some light on my situation with via audio and G75VW. Download the windows 7 audio driver package from asus support. Unzip to somewhere that is easy to find.
I recommend a folder on your desktop. Remove any reminisce from the windows 8 via install from Add and Remove Programs.
If you don't see it. Check your C:ProgramFiles and C:ProgramsFiles (x86) for via folders and delete them. Next go to device manager and Via high definition audio under sound video games and controllers, Right click it and uninstall the driver and check the box that says delete driver then reboot. Chances are it will install windows 10 default driver. Now that you have rebooted. Go back to device manager and find Via high definition audio in the same place and right click it and click update driver. What we are going to do here is force the windows 7 driver to install.
- Click update driver software/ - Browse my computer for drivers software/ - Let me pick from a list of drivers on my computer/ - Click the have disk box and locate the driver folder we unzipped before the reboot/ - Click browse and locate the unzipped W7 unzipped folder - Click to /ViaHDaud/Present/Drivers/HDWIN764/ and then select the file viahdb - This will bring up a list of drivers. Select the top one.
This forces the win7 driver. - Now turn off your windows updates and reboot. - Once rebooted go to sound in control panel - Right click speakers and select them as default device and default communications device - Left click speakers then click configure and select 5.1 then click next - Uncheck Rear Pair so that only center and subwoofer are checked then click next - Uncheck surround speakers so only front left and right are checked then click next and finish.
- no lleft click speakers in sound and go to the enhancements tab - you can now set the volume of your sub woofer, select 2.1 and then click more settings. You can also change eq by checking it and clicking and clicking more settings etc. I just thought I would post this as it seems like an okay work around until they update are sku or release drivers for the same chipset on another computer fingers crossed and cheers.