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Tomcat1991

SPDIF problem in windows 7

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Hello all,

I've got a really annoying problem w/ windows 7 regarding the coaxial SPDIF output on my onboard mobo.

the situation is the following: i've got a logitech Z 5500 speakerset and I want to connect this to my PC using a coaxial S/PDIF connection

because the optical input on the receiver is already in use.

In the beginning everything worked fine until I took my pc on a "road trip", I took it to a friend's place to a lan party. There, I configured my configuration panel to send the audio through my headphone jack instead of the coaxial S/PDIF output jack (I set the front panel as default output). when I returned home I wanted to reset the output to the coaxial interface but no sound came out. If I configure my pc to output the sound to any other output, they all work, only the coaxial S/PDIF refuses to work. I've tried about everything in my power: from configuring AC3-filter to pass S/PDIF sound through to reïnstalling the drivers, downloading the latest drivers from the realtek website. my PC's specs are:

Intel core i7, 920

ASUS P6T deluxe MB

9 Gb RAM

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit.

if ANYONE knows any sort of fix I would really appreciate it.

Thanks in advance,

Tom

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Dear Tomcat1991,

 

Please open your computer and verify that the Coaxial is not damaged. Happen to me, was working, then simply from moving the computer from my Office to a other office resulted in my Coaxial not working anymore.

 

Please let us know how this works out.

 

Kosinas

 

PS: Sorry for my poor English.

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