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First uninstall current realtek audio driver.
Restart ur PC with Disable driver signature enforcement:
Go to Settings > Update & Security > Recovery > Advanced startup > click Restart now
Now go to Troubleshoot > Advanced options > Startup Settings > click Restart
After the restart u will get a Startup Settings page, press F7 to go into disable driver signature enforcement.
Download driver “Realtek_UAD_DolbyAtmos_v6.0*****.7z” from **HERE** and extract it.
Go to UAD_DolbyAtmos_2020 folder and double click Setup.exe.
Continue with the warning sign and click Install this driver software anyway. Do not restart, select I will restart my computer later.
Go to Settings > Update & Security > For developers > click Sideload apps and close.
Wait 1 min to give time to install the UWP application in background properly.
Restart ur PC.
Open Dolby Atmos for Gaming from start menu and change preset with ur need.
Windows 10 64bit RS5 1809 to latest whatever version.
Almost every audio chip they made.
No, I like things simple and lightweight.
At least once in every month.