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Windows 7: Windows 7 5.1 surround problems (realtek)

02 Oct 2013   #271

Windows 7 Ulitimate x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Dexterqo View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by kerph32 View Post
here's what worked for me to get sound out of my rear speakers-

right-click on taskbar speakers > playback devices > properties > enhancements > enable Environment (ROOM) and Speaker fill

hope that helps someone!
You are God ! Thank you very much, my rear speaker working good right now ! Thanks

I Realize that this is a very old thread and no one will probably ever see this post, but I bow down to the FPS1800 know-it-all . I have had trouble with these speakers since I left XP. I couldn't see getting rid of them because they still sounded good, and I don't really have money to throw away.

I happened to stumble across this thread and saw Dexterqo's suggestion. Knowing that there was no way that would work, I tried it in desperation. It WORKED!! While messing with the settings I turned off the environment, and it still worked! I don't know if it actually changed something, or my computer is haunted, but THANK YOU Dexterqo!!!!!

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