Let me just say, I'm displeased with how Nahimic is handling it's support for Universal Drivers. Their reason against it is hogwash at best because both Killer Networking and now Intel are both supporting Universal Drivers with full backwards compatibility with older hardware with zero issues and instability.
Just recently I updated my Intel HD Graphics drivers for my GP72 6QF(Leopard Pro) to the latest provided by Intel, and the version installed is the new DHC drivers complete with a Microsoft Store distributed Intel HD Graphics control panel. No problems arrise from upgrading the drivers from legacy to universal.
Hello, I wanted to know if Nahimic 3 is supported on this motherboard. I have Nahimic 2+ installed on my system but I wasn't sure if my system was compatible. On the compatibility list it has the B350 Krait edition.
Nahimic can't remember the preferred audio mode. If I choose an audio profile (such as Gaming) and restart my laptop, it will always go back to Music profile. And the microphone effects also can't be saved. If I turn on Lateral Sound Cancellation in Chat profile, then switch to Conference profile and turn off Lateral Sound Cancellation, at last switch back to Chat profile, the Lateral Sound Cancellation is still off. I didn't have this problem before version 1.2.6.
I have Realtek 22.214.171.12470 and nahimic 2.5.31. Tried doin clean fresh instal. First audio drivers then nahimic and it still doesn't work. The app loads and everything, but the changes you make doesnt take effect at all. Problems started from today not to mention all the firefox crap. Im really dissapointed in nahimic, you making me not to purchase any of your products anymore and forget bout msi. I don't really know if it's the way to cut off old motherboards so people would go to from 7th gen cpus to 8th or what. Oh man you makin me mad
Everytime I try to log into any game, I noticed that the Nahimic volume stabilizer setting for optimizing my headphones is no longer producing any aubible difference. I turned the Volume Stabilizer off then on repeatedly to make sure, and I was right. My sound is still too shallow and soft. I did not have this problem in version 1.2.5. I'm using the Corsair HS60 Surround Sound Headphones and my computer is the MSI GS65 Stealth Thin 8RF.
I have an MSI X370 Gaming Pro Carbon motherboard and apparently they've decided to work just with Nahimic instead of Realtek's native software... why, I don't know. Realtek seemed just fine, maybe Nahimic offers better software. In any case, I wouldn't know yet!
I've downloaded it from the windows store, but the app doesn't open. It will say "Loading..." for a couple seconds then the app crashes. Nothing I've tried works. Any ideas?
Nahimic software creates a problem while copying pasting text, images, print screen etc. If I disable Nahimic in Services then all works fine. The operating system is Windows 10 with latest updates. Notebook MSI GS65 Stealth Thin. RS
Hello, I recently purchased an MSI GS65 Stealth Thin 8RF, (i7-8750H, GTX 1070 Max-Q) and when opening games through Steam, sound seemed to work fine. However opening Starcraft 2 or Crysis (the only non-Steam games tested so far) resulted in no audio from laptop speakers at all with up-to-date Realtek HD audio drivers and Nahimic 3 installed. I did whatever work-around I could find from forums, with uninstalling Nvidia HD audio drivers, turning on/off Windows Sonic for Headphones, uninstalling and reinstalling all audio drivers and Nahimic 3. The only solution I could find was to completely uninstall Nahimic 3 from
I am on a Nahimic v2.5.31 and I'm still waiting for an update, that finally improves and fix all the problems this software has.
Will there ever be an update for this or does Nahimis says fuck you N2+ Users (what Nahimic probably does since a year of no fixes) and say, buy new shit from MSI where we have N3+ that doesn't work better?
Well, if it's this way, then MSI is finally dead to me because N2+ already is a crappy software what causes always Problems with League of Legends that destroyes the Sounddrivers from Nahimic 2+, Web
I recently bought an MSI laptop (GP63 Leopard) and would like to use Linux on it, mainly to train neural networks on the NVidia GPU. However, so far I haven't been able to get the Nahimic 3 sound card to work.
Do you have any recommendations? Or plans for supporting Linux drivers?
I have the latest version of Nahimic audio drivers and really like the software options it gives for gaming profiles, but it says there is support for PUBG but it doesn't work? I have 5.1/7.1 enabled on my sound card.
Jurassic Park Evolution won't launch on an MSI GE73 Raider 8RF unless I close the Nahimic processes (NahimicService.exe, NahimicSvc32.exe, NahimicSvc64.exe). It will load a window, then show the game cursor on a black screen and exit without any error message. I traced down the problem to the Nahimic services.
So I recently installed the newest audio drivers for my motherboard from ASUS website and I've had a couple of problems and would like to uninstall it. Experiencing a bug where a bunch of dmp files get created and put in the clipboard constantly. How do I uninstall the drivers?
hello i just got nahamic 3 and i was disappointed to see that neither Fortnite or Black Ops 4 were not supported on the games list i was wondering if you guys had any plans for this or perhaps any time it might be out additionally i would propose working on a universal game overlay for games unsupported yet that might be a little unoptimized but will still work. Thanks for listening
NahimicSvc32 (32 bit) keeps popping up and going away in Task Manager. It eats up cpu potential by constantly doing this in the background. How can I uninstall it or prevent it from doing this? (I've already tried uninstalling it the traditional way through windows)