Sounds from the Analog Ports Don't Seem to work.


  1. Posts : 78
    Windows 10 Professional
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    Sounds from the Analog Ports Don't Seem to work.


    It's Strange, I figured maybe the Motherboard has a bad Audio Ports from the Direct back, but the front panel seems to be same case as well for a jumper. Nor it seems that the sound settings seems to update to recognize when a new Audio Device is plugged in so I'm at a loss.
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    Win 10 Pro (x64) 20H2 (19042.928)
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    Right click the speaker icon in the taskbar and click Playback devices. Make sure your playback device is listed in the Playback tab. If not select it and it necessary make it default.

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  3. Posts : 78
    Windows 10 Professional
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    sygnus21 said:
    Right click the speaker icon in the taskbar and click Playback devices. Make sure your playback device is listed in the Playback tab. If not select it and it necessary make it default.

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    Unfortunately This is all that's showing.

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    And I rest assure you, I've Plugged this into Both Front and back audio Ports. (Both Some Logitech Speakers and Some Gaming Headsets.)
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  4. sygnus21's Avatar
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    Win 10 Pro (x64) 20H2 (19042.928)
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    What's that LEN LI2323swA - It's set as a default communication device (thus the green phone looking icon). Get rid of that first....

    Right click it and set it as Default device (NOT default communication device). Now that that's done go back the your Realtek Digital Output speaker and set it at Default Device (again NOT communication device). Did this work?

    If not, it's probably because you have the Digital out being used which would only output to a digital out cable such as a optical cable. What you need to do is turn off Digital Output in your Soundcard's control panel and use something like analog. If you can, post your soundcard's control panel.

    Also what speakers are you connecting? If possible post a link to manufacture's site of said speakers.
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