I uninstalled Nahimic and then tried installing it back, but the "E/S superposed" (Translated: "An E/S superposed operation is being executed") error message keeps appearing everytime I try to install the program, it pops up 4 or 5 times and then the setup rolls back and says it couldn't install Nahimic.
I've tried all methods: Uninstall audio driver/install everything from the begining, try newer versions of Nahimic... Nothing has worked, and yet... Even thought I have
As the title says: in the nahimic program it shows 7.1 as format but really it could be anything else but 7.1
If I switch the format to stereo the program changes it but switches (only visible) to 7.1. I controlled the settings through Windows and it is changed and stayed like I wanted but visually it nearly instantly switched back to showing 7.1.
You can switch to any mode like that where it's visually jumping back to 7.1 format but unfortunately 7.1 is not usable anymore through your program as it thinks you are on 7.1 so why change
I upgraded to Nahimic 2+ (2.5.5), This is the bug:
1. There is option to select different music profiles from tray icon menu (Profile Selection). However it does not work (apply) until the main Nahimic interface is opened...as soon as I open the main Nahimic interface, the profile takes effect.
Recently bought a MSI GT62VR Pro laptop. I have tried Nahimic version 2.3.14 and the new Nahimic 2+ and have issues with both.
First, the laptop came with Nahimic using "Stereo" format, which made it sound like the speakers were absolutely garbage.. I turned the format to 7.1 and the difference is quite good. However, when plugging in my headset into the microphone and headphone jack, my headphones were like normal, but the microphone is not being detected AT ALL; it is sticking with the built-in mic next to the webcam. After uninstalling Nahimic, the computer had no issue
I messed up the update of Nahimic on my msi ge62 6qd, I uninstall "Nahimic for MSI" and then after updating Realtek I installed Nahimic 2, but it won't work... So I tried to uninstall Nahimic 2 to repeat the process but it freezes on this screen
Nahimic 2 volume control is not working. also, there is no indication of it ever working. Windows volume slider works fine. changing from 48hz to 92 and so on has no effect what so ever. virtual surround has no effect. everything else working fine. reinstalled everything didn't help. what to do?
Though I want to draw your attention to current major bugs AFTER realtek hotfix applied on Nahimic 2.3.14.
1. After realtek hotfix, crackling noise is reduced by 80%, but it still persists constantly specially when my laptop is in power saver mode. (in power saver mode, my cpu throttles to 0.78 GHz from normal 2.7-3.5 GHz)
2. After realtek hotfix, Nahimic audio effects disappear randomly! specifically on youtube (chrome/opera/firefox) and VLC media player. I have to pause the video and then play it again to get the nahimic effect back on. it
I have an MSI GE62 6QF Apache Pro with Realtek driver 184.108.40.20686 and Nahimic version 2.2.3.
I am running Windows 10 1607 edition and I have very unsatisfactory sound - also I cannot open Nahimic.
From what I have read, these seem to be common problems and I believe they can be resolved by installing the latest updates.
In order to avoid more problems however, before I do anything I would be very grateful if you could tell me whether the latest updates (Realtek 220.127.116.1127 and Nahimic 2.3.14) are compatible with my computer.
Hello everyone! After updating to the new Realtek driver series (80xx), Nahimic no longer works since it cannot detect the drivers. The installation give me the following message: Installation could not proceed: The Realtek audio driver must be installed first. I have tried the following versions with no success. 70xx series works fine.
Nahimic2UILauncher.exe conflict with windows login interface. Initial login is succussful. After boot finish and nahimic icon show up, if I lock windows with Windows+L key combination, the screen goes black with only mouse moveable. If I terminate nahimic2uilauncher.exe, and leave the service running, the problem will not occur.