|09 Jan 2012||#1|
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Logiteck X530 rear left is sub woofer
I recently installed win 7 and I just cant seem to get my 5.1 Logitech sound setup correctly.
I downloaded the latest from Realtek R2.67 and still cant seem to get it write. If i use the interface provider by them and click on each speaker...
Front left is front left
Front right is front right
Sub is Sub
Center is center
Rear Right is rear right
but Rear Left is also sub.
My mother board which has Intel HD Audio via Realtek ALC892 with 8-channel support. I have played around with the wiring and cant seem to get this correct.
Can anyone give me a hint of what next to check please
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