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  1. Dujith

    Chipset vs Audio?

    What d u use for listening to sound? a good DAC might be a good investement. Wont be light and day but can be more free of distortions (low end MB's) and stronger to drive bigger headphones / speakers.
  2. It will happen by itself. Think about it, how many USB 1.0 ports do you see on laptops/pc's these days? None. Simply because the chipsets do not have them anymore, so when they only ship with 3.0 you'll start to see 3.0 ports on devices only.
  3. Fun fact: it does work in MDA or LDA. Tho not officialy supported, and will not work in many new games. More for workloads i guess
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    Which movies brought you to tears?

    Schindler's List. In special the end where he breaks down, i do too... every friggin time i see it.
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    is this an SSD?

    Dammit this thread makes me feel old Worked so much with them.. slave master or CS feels like yesterday Having said that, that does not look like anything i have seen in consumer pc's Its not IDE or the old SCISI. Can u shoot some better pictures of the connector? Wondering what it is.
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    Only 2 front speakers working in a 5.1 system

    This one too? Windows is a bit of a b$tch when it comes to sound.
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    Only 2 front speakers working in a 5.1 system

    Only if the music was recorded in 5.1 and or the player fills all the speakers
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    Only 2 front speakers working in a 5.1 system

    I also noticed why it was connected this way, the Trust manual is wrong. They say to connect it to the side channels.... Stupid Trust. Anyway, about the sub. If i remember correctly i couldnt test mine either for some reason. You should load up a 5.1 movie and just play and feel / hear if it does something.
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    Only 2 front speakers working in a 5.1 system

    Okay, so its not connected correctly (the one in the mic is a mic looking at the different cable?) Right now you have one in the SS which is the Side Speakers for the 7.1 I cannot tell what the others are but i think you need to check the colors of the speakers to see what goes where. As far i i can tell from this the Rear speakers will not work atm as nothing is plugged in. I'll dig up the manual for the speakers and double check
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    Only 2 front speakers working in a 5.1 system

    If you can also some screenshots from the speaker settings, both in windows mixer and realtek app.
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    Only 2 front speakers working in a 5.1 system

    Sounds like a Windows 10 and Realtek problem. You can find multiple people who lost their 5.1 after updates or never worked it seems You could try to download the driver from realtek or the one from MSI. Did you do the test with the windows mixer or the realtek application? Just to make sure can u post a photo on how you connected the jacks in the motherboard?
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    Only 2 front speakers working in a 5.1 system

    On your others system something was prob on for that. Most likely Speaker Fill.
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    Only 2 front speakers working in a 5.1 system

    Not unless you told the system to do so. 2.1 is just that: LF, RF, Sub The Center, LS,RS should only play sound if the channel in question has sound And that would only be a 5.1/7.1 source. Thing is that most consumer 5.1 sets like by your tv do this without you asking. But your computer wont. There are lots of systems to expand that to all speakers like Dolby Pro Logic, DTS:NEO ect ect. In the Realtek settings there should be an option to do this.
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    Only 2 front speakers working in a 5.1 system

    As stated by @FloRolf the source of whatever you are playing needs to be 5.1 to get 5.1 In the case of Youtube for example, that will always be 2.0 since it doesnt not support anything above it And anything you play in mediaplayer will need to be 5.1 to play back on all 5 speakers. There should be a setting for "Surround" that will spread the stereo source to all speakers.
  15. Well those 2 processes are from Hyper V. So while it appears to be gone, it isnt by the looks of it. Maybe install and deinstall once more? Run this in powershell (admin) Disable-WindowsOptionalFeature -Online -FeatureName Microsoft-Hyper-V-All And see if that helps
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