Quote: Originally Posted by dem86
Still banging my head on the desk over this problem. Speakers work fine on laptop so that is not the problem. I have removed and let the system reinstall the RealTek drivers with no success.
I hate to think that I have to buy a new mobo, cpu, memory, etc just bc I upgraded to win 7 64...
Any help or advice would be appreciated.
Laptop.. ? but you're talking about a desktop, right.
Are you still seeing the green bar move?
Things to check...
-Plug stereo speakers into the back "light green" jack in the back of the machine.
-Right click the Microsoft speaker icon, select playback devices. Make sure Speakers are your default output device. (green check mark)
Single left click "speakers" then select the "properties button".
Go the the levels tab, make sure all levels are up.
Go the the enhancements tab, select "immediate mode" first.. then, for now "disable all enhancements".
Back to the window where you selected the properties button, select the configure button. Select stereo.
Any luck yet?