Hi, I know this is my first post here, but I have been lurking for a while.. Having done so I have found this forum to be a great place for getting info with all you folks putting your brains together So thanks for teaching me a thing or two already! Anyways, I made this post on the Microsoft Technical Preview forum regarding issues with RealTek drivers. Below is the post I made and a link to the OP in the bottom of the post. Figured I would see if anyone here had similar issues, or even better, solutions! OP: Hello, First off I want to say that the 9926 build has worked really well, that is with one slight exception. I have an Asus N550LF with Windows 10 TP (build 9926). I updated my build from 9879 using the built in Preview update function. None of the previous builds have had this issue I am about to describe. Main issue: Subwoofer output has big issues. When I insert the mini jack from the mini sub (that came with the laptop) it produces only distorted noise when playing any audio. So it gets a signal on the dedicated sub output, but not the right kind apparently. Second issue: MaxxAudio: This computer/RealTek card came with MaxxAudio - MaxxAudio does get installed, but does not launch. This is a lesser issue, but still it is a fairly integral part in terms of getting the best audio performance from this computer.. Without it audio is flat. The issues are most likely related on some level. What I have tried to resolve it: - Re-install drivers: 1. Tried updated drivers from RealTek website 2. Tried original OEM drivers, still same result. The RealTek panel does load, see screenshot below (latest OEM drivers for 8.1, clicking Launch on Audio Wizard produces no results) Any advice or experience with this? Response would be much appreciated! I will send feedback through the feedback app once this is further investigated END OP. So does anyone here have experience with this from any of the builds ? Driver version: 184.108.40.20635 Thanks in advance! PS: Not able to post links or pics yet, but if somebody has any input/interest in this I can PM someone the link to the OP and a screenshot of my RealTek panel.