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Windows 7: Realtek HD Changing Jack output reassignments ( FIX )

18 Jul 2013   #181

Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit

Hope someone can help me out I just bought a new old stock motherboard because my old one died. It was a different brand motherboard.

Tis motherboard is still the LGA775. Asus P5QL-EM motherboard

This motherboard has Realtek ALC1200. I tried the newest version and old versions of the drivers and nothing will let me assign the Audio jacks manually like my old motherboard would.

I need 2 audio inputs. How can I change the grey output and make it an input?

It seems like everything in this thread Don't mention how to change an output to an input

Thanks the Newbie

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20 Jul 2013   #182

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

I don't know if your board is physical capable to use both jacks as line-in, chance are that one of em is not hardwired for that. Did you find the registery-keys I suggested in my other post?
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20 Oct 2013   #183

Windows 7 Home Premium

im new to this form and saw ur post
im running windows 7 home premium on hp 620
at first i had a problem where my laptop thought that i always had the headphones plugged in and as such the speakers didnt work
now thts solved for some reason my speakers arent working, i only get the audio when i plug in headphones in the mic connectors in the front of my laptop i think the reason (im total crap at computers! :P ) is that its jack is labled as "front panel 3.5 mm jack." is there anyway to change this to its internal speakers
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02 Dec 2013   #184

windows 7 64 bit
help pls?

hey guys, unfortunately, what i tried doesn't seem to be working, i can't even get to the proper folder, so if any of you would be so kind t oexplan this dummy style to me, please do.
first off, i would like to switch my audio and microphone jack around, since my audio jack just broke today.
i am using a (dutch!!) win 7 64 bit OS(i don't know wich tho) and my audio sollution is done by realtek.

if any of you could help me it would be greatly appreciated
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05 Dec 2013   #185

Windows 8.1 pro 64
Windows 8.1

I have windows 8.1 64 instaled. I dont see any pins in regsiter only the 18 pin. Before win 8.1 i was running win 7 and it worked pefectly i saw all pins but after i upgraded to win 8.1 i dont have pins (only pin18) in register
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17 Dec 2013   #186



My problem is I installed Windows 7, the latest realtek drivers 2.73, and there is no settings folder in the registry under 0000, only a drivers folder. I have uninstalled and installed the realtek drivers several times. Does anyone know how to force the pin assignments. I have also searched the registry for PIN(long one there) and realtek, with no success. Thanks in advance

IP35 Pro and HD Drivers
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04 Mar 2014   #187

Windows 7 home premium 64bit
Similar jack swap problem, Asus X54L

Hi! I have a similar problem.......I have an Asus X54L laptop, my audio output jack is broken so i want to use my mic. jack for audio output. after reading trough most of the posts, i cant figure out the logics behind this pin changing routine. This is what my regedit looks like at
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6 Days Ago   #188

Windows 8.1 Pro & Windows 7 Ultimate
No 1/2/3/4 Pins

I'm running at Windows 8.1 Pro
here's some pics..
any suggestions??

it works on win 7 but when i update my windows it not works anymore
Driver at latest version

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