I have managed a find a fix for the remapping issue, if anyone is interested.
What i did was, i went to the MSI page and downloaded their version of the Realtek HD manager. I specifically downloaded this driver
page, as i have an Asrock x79 Extreme4-m motherboard; you want to download the drivers
closest to your motherboard, or try with these, I only had one mobo to test this on.
Then, after downloading them and installing them, i opened up the .zip, went into the WDM
folder and searched for RTHDCPL.exe
and ran that. This opened up a second Realtek UI, alongside the usual one, which looked like old XP UI, as seen here:
Quote: Originally Posted by Sonorous
Now that you have that open, you want to click on the little wrench key
next to "Analog
" and tick the box next to "Enable auto popup dialog, when device has been plugged in
With that done, you can just plug the device you want to remap out and back into the jack, and a popup should come up asking you what you want it to be.
Let me know if it worked for you!