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    Exclamation Requsting feedback: Rolling back to Win 8.1 from win 10

    Its been a while I'm using Win 10 (Pirated) for now, it was pain in the a$$ at first but now it seems to figure out my system and works fine mostly;

    However few problems remains as follows;

    - My drivers are auto installed for audio and video, now my system can recognize gtx 970 so it's only downloaded the specific driver but my audio DAC is somehow not recognized by win 10 so it auto-downloads realtek audio drivers for my mobo so I have to disable it from device manager. it creates several problem when i use any DAW or audio software as they get confused between the two drivers. No suggestion can be found on web to sort out this problem.

    - win 10 has more flexibility in usage and has got finer GUI but the fact that it automatically downloads updates when I fresh start my PC slows down my web browsing or other downloads which is pretty annoying.

    Since no one can possibly give any full proof solutions to these problem anywhere (trust me, I have searched), I have decided to roll back to win 8.1 (super pirated but with 0 problems). Lesson learned: its much better to use an old OS than the new shitty one.

    What do you guys think? Please let me know so I can go ahead with re-installations...

    Thanks in advance!

    Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billybuoy View Post
    Its been a while I'm using Win 10 (Pirated) for now, it was pain in the a$$ at first but now it seems to figure out my system and works fine mostly;

    However few problems remains as follows;

    - My drivers are auto installed for audio and video, now my system can recognize gtx 970 so it's only downloaded the specific driver but my audio DAC is somehow not recognized by win 10 so it auto-downloads realtek audio drivers for my mobo so I have to disable it from device manager. it creates several problem when i use any DAW or audio software as they get confused between the two drivers. No suggestion can be found on web to sort out this problem.

    - win 10 has more flexibility in usage and has got finer GUI but the fact that it automatically downloads updates when I fresh start my PC slows down my web browsing or other downloads which is pretty annoying.

    Since no one can possibly give any full proof solutions to these problem anywhere (trust me, I have searched), I have decided to roll back to win 8.1 (super pirated but with 0 problems). Lesson learned: its much better to use an old OS than the new shitty one.

    What do you guys think? Please let me know so I can go ahead with re-installations...

    Thanks in advance!

    Cheers!
    Did you upgraded or fresh installed win 10?

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    I have fiio f10k dac and it works as it should in windows 10. You might wanna try stopping automatic driver updates in advanced system settings-hardware-device installtion settings and select never install driver from windows update. Ofcourse you have to uninstall realtek driver first and disable the audio device.

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    For your second issue, you may try disabling auto update service but you wont be able to update at all unless youn re enable it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billybuoy View Post
    Its been a while I'm using Win 10 (Pirated) for now, it was pain in the a$$ at first but now it seems to figure out my system and works fine mostly;

    However few problems remains as follows;

    - My drivers are auto installed for audio and video, now my system can recognize gtx 970 so it's only downloaded the specific driver but my audio DAC is somehow not recognized by win 10 so it auto-downloads realtek audio drivers for my mobo so I have to disable it from device manager. it creates several problem when i use any DAW or audio software as they get confused between the two drivers. No suggestion can be found on web to sort out this problem.

    - win 10 has more flexibility in usage and has got finer GUI but the fact that it automatically downloads updates when I fresh start my PC slows down my web browsing or other downloads which is pretty annoying.

    Since no one can possibly give any full proof solutions to these problem anywhere (trust me, I have searched), I have decided to roll back to win 8.1 (super pirated but with 0 problems). Lesson learned: its much better to use an old OS than the new shitty one.

    What do you guys think? Please let me know so I can go ahead with re-installations...

    Thanks in advance!

    Cheers!
    1. Why not try installing manually? You may try driver booster.
    2. Auto download of updates can be stopped from the services console.

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