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Realtek HD Audio Manager

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#1 shudokansam


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Posted 31 October 2008 - 06:18 PM

I have a Gigabyte P35-DS3L mobo that uses the program call "Realtek HD Audio Manager".

Several months ago, after several hours of trying, I was able to cchange some of the settings in the program allowing me to use my front audio ports on my computer as a 2nd audio Input/output device.

This allowed me to use a headset in games and vent similar to the way a Xbox headset works. (Only voices comes through your headset's speaker, and all game sounds come through your Tv/Comp speakers)

I recently reformatted my computer and since then I am unable to figure out how to change my settings where before I uninstalled it.

I figured out how to enable a 2nd audio output in the "Realtek HD Audio manager" program, but the only sound input that I am able to adjust are: Wave, SW Synth, and CD. And I am so far unsuccessful in adding any other Input types.

I know it is the same program, because It was installed from the same CD. and it is upto date.

Any advice would be helpful. Thank you

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Posted 31 October 2008 - 06:53 PM

Have you checked for ADVANCED buttons there, or in Control Panel SOUNDS, or in Start/All programs/Accessories/Entertainment?

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#3 shudokansam

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Posted 01 November 2008 - 12:21 AM

The program disables all master volume adjustments.
Instead you adjust the volume through the program its self.

And all advance options simply allow to enable/disable mic boost

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