|10 Dec 2009||#1|
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Realtek 5.1 speaker system problem
I have a 5.1 speaker installed and am currently running Windows 7...i have used this 5.1 speakers from my previous xp...when i try to test the speakers, all are making sounds....but when i play music and watch movies only the front speakers and the bass are working...it doesnt make sense at all....i tried looking at one of the similar problems to this but when i right click on the jacks i only get one option and it doesnt do anything at all....pls help me on this...i know you can solve this....pls...
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|14 Dec 2009||#10|
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You may have two sound boards on the system...one motherboard integrated and the other a sound controller slotted to the motherboard bus. Windows is supposed to be smart enough to sort this out and disable one or the other, however there are occassons when this is not the case.
I too have athe exact problem with a flight similator station I built that has 5.1 w/ subwoofer. I have had it six months and have only been able to get the integrated sound working correctly OR just the two front speakers of the 5.1...no bass, no sub-woofer, no mid. When I got the mid, bass and sub going the front two speakers would stop working. I just gave up and have resided myself to just getting teh sound through the integrated sound by way of the motherboard.
I cannot offer any help that makes sense or solves the problem you are having but I can certainly share your pain.
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