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nope ... more hot questions question feed about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life / Arts Culture / Recreation Science You can fight it all day long, replace drivers to your heart's content, and it will remain partially broken until Microsoft fixes it, again. If not you need to play something like a DVD that you know has 5.1 sound and try it out. http://webgeninfosystems.com/windows-10/clock-is-incorrect-each-time-i-log-on.html

Ad choices Follow Tom’s guide Subscribe to our newsletter Sign up add to twitter add to facebook ajouter un flux RSS Join Forum | Login | Today's Posts | Tutorials | permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]lordfiShKing fiShiZ 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago(0 children)Having this Problem since launch, it sucks... For me, on the default format tab, I had changed the format to 24bits/96000Hz (studio quality) for my new headphones. Now my speakers work wonderfully -- dare I say, better than they did in XP! http://www.sevenforums.com/sound-audio/400977-windows-7-surround-sound-using-incorrect-speaker-channels.html

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Click on the supported formats tab. Still only get stereo out with my Pioneer... Depending on where/how the volume knob extension is hooked up, it is probably consistent with what I am saying.

Report arunace- Feb 20, 2010 at 10:03 PM well "SOUL" , actually I agree with u the sound fill option shudnt be taken as a solution to this problem .. Between that and the misplaced surrounds, it just became more of a hassle than it was worth. Is The Union of Intervals an Interval or not? Windows 10 Speaker Setup Still no sound from the left speaker.

Helpful +8 Report nicolas Apr 27, 2010 at 02:51 PM i cant hear my speaker sound I dont know why Helpful +7 Report Heiskell Jan 19, 2009 at 09:02 PM Ever Windows 10 Surround Sound Settings I hope this still helps somebody What do I do with the third cable coming from my subwoofer then? Reply to Myplanec150 m 0 l Ask the community Post an answer Related resources SolvedAudio plays through Headphones, but doesn't play through Speakers Windows 10 solution SolvedHow to upmix stereo source http://www.tomsguide.com/answers/id-2960687/windows-playing-audio-stereo-surround.html permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]ProtonusProtonus[S] 2 points3 points4 points 1 year ago(0 children)Ugh.

Note that older Windows had problem with restarting such as when you have a problem with a driver, it may exist after resetting but shutting down since it was not like Windows 10 Speaker Fill Forum Solved5.1 Surround Sound only two speakers and subwoofer working Forum Solved5.1 Surround Speakers to either Xbox One or Monitor Forum SolvedOptimal usage of 5.1 Surround Speakers - Sound Card Forum permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]vI_M4YH3Mz_IvGears 4 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago(1 child)I'm in the same boat with my 5.1 set up via optical cable, it works fine on games, but apps it just outputs I had my cheap speakers connected to the white output and it worked ok for months.

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Hope this helps. additional hints You should have 2 cables plugged in. Windows 10 5.1 Surround Sound but still thanx ... Windows 10 Surround Sound Driver Either way, something has definitely changed in the way Speaker Fill works from XP to Vista/Windows 7.

I don't see a change settings button, and all the realtek thing has is sound effects where there is environment settings and stuff. http://webgeninfosystems.com/windows-10/sound-problem-perrsists-even-after-new-sound-card.html anything out of those satellite speakers--nope. You should have 2 cables plugged in. Upcoming Releases Game NA Date EU Date The Walking Dead: Season 3 Ep 1 Dec 20 Dec 20 Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Jan 24 Jan 24 For Honor Feb 14 Feb Windows 10 5.1 Optical

Edit: The surround right speaker is also being redirected to the front left speaker. The main surround (side surround) speakers aren't used at all. Why are random walks intercorrelated? his comment is here Everything have now been switched and I find it hard to believe that my third pair of speakers are broken too.

black to black. Windows 10 7.1 Surround Sound Reply to thundervore m -1 l Related resources Converting 2.0 (stereo) Audio sources to 5.1 for my surround sound system. - Tech Support SB Creative X-Fi Xtreme Audio / Logitech Z5500 I think what the problem is is that windows recognizes my 5.1 speaker system as stereo, yet it works in surround, because I heard the rear, front and bass speaker.

Windows 7: Windows 7 Surround Sound using Incorrect Speaker Channels 23 Sep 2016 #1 feztheforeigner Windows 7 64 bit 1 posts Windows 7 Surround Sound using Incorrect Speaker

I only have 2 options of outputting sound from my computer, 3.5mm jack, which im pretty sure doesnt support surround sound, and hdmi out. For any playback device, you can go into the sound properties and configure it to be a range of things but it is often limited by what it's detected capability is. So it seems like the hardware in the bass or the speaker connector is broke? Pro Logic Ii permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]TheReverendSlimTheReverendSlim 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago(7 children)I've complained about this in the Xbox forums since launch.

Thanks in advance. When I click properties on that the only tabs are 'general, drivers, details, and events'. it does work a little... weblink With good unit tests, do I also need acceptance tests?

It was Playback Devices > Speakers > Properties > Supported Formats > Test for Dolby Digital. It is still likely the S/PDIF port on your motherboard or how the motherboard handles the S/PDIF interface in general (ie, a sound card using S/PDIF would still need to go After uninstalling the driver and reboot it to automatically reinstall it, the audio still may not work. I'm hoping Realtek realizes and fixes this issue, however, to be fair, this might be an Vista/Windows 7 issue.

permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]AutoModerator[M] -1 points0 points1 point 1 year ago(0 children)Try These Steps Power Cycle - Instructions here. If you play 5.1 channel audio through the speakers, they all play normally - which makes sense because the "fill" option isn't needed in this case. Naturally, nothing ever happened. My normal Windows test from accessing Playback Devices - Speaker Properties - Advanced does play sound from all 5 speakers.

I have an MSI Z77a G45 motherboard and as for how it's connected, all the speakers connect to a main panel on the subwoofer (on the floor) and from there there I went through every setting I could to try to get the Centre and Surround to no avail. I finally figured out how to fix this too original EDID hack (makes 3d work, breaks surround sound): http://afriendlyfox.com/2013/02/04/massively-improved-n... It would be cool if they visualized the surround back channels for 5.1 sure, but I'd prefer they just played nothing than being incorrectly mapped.

Which category of nouns do 'driver', 'cleaner', 'writer', 'processor' belong to? If I connect my head pones to that jack I get stereo in them. I do hear the test sound from the front and rear channel speaker pairs. What's weird is if I switch to stereo and play audio I can hear sound coming from all my speakers (including the surround left.) Any ideas on how to fix this?

Windows 7 Surround Sound using Incorrect Speaker Channels « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Similar help and support threads Thread Forum No surround sound through HDMI in Windows 7I have If the source content is 7.1, then the audio for both surround channels (side and rear, aka SL, SR, SBL, and SBR) - are also routed to the rear surround channel having the same issues I had as my previous setup. I have the MSI realtek thing, and I when I look online I see people who have a whole other tab where they can configure their speakers.