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ARGH!!!: suddenly, sound from only 1 speaker!


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#1 Number_6

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Posted 29 May 2014 - 01:59 PM

I have a Soundblaster SE card in my XP/SP3 machine, and all the software that I got with it from Audigy.   Can someone tell me where (in any of the Creative programs, or in some Control Panel option) will I find a way to disconnect a file association from the way it is played, and where will I find the info for basic configuration, e.g. whether output is mono or stereo?  I've looked at all the Creative software I can find on this computer, and I cannot find anyplace to do that.  I also cannot find anyplace in Control panel that does the trick.

 

I need this info for 2 reasons:

 

1. I put a CD into one of my drives and decided to use Soundblaster (or Audigy, or Creative, or whatever the proper name is), and a screen came up saying something about associations between file types and ???.

 

I was not paying close attention and thought I might need to click some things to associate a file type (e.g. aiff) with ???.  Before I did this, all sound I played came through both speakers.  Now, all sound comes only thru 1 speaker!!!

 

2.  Even before I did this, somewhere there was a setting that took the input from any device attached to the SB card (e.g. tape, turntable) and turned it into a mono, 1-channel-only file.

 

Thanks, folks.  ARGH!!!  <hitting self in head for stunning stupidity>



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