Not sure this belongs here or under Internal hardware? (I'll start here, anyone thinks it needs to be elsewhere please transfer.)
I've just recently purchased a Gigabyte Motherboard (GA-EP45-UD3P) to replace what I thought was a broken ASUS motherboard but appearently it was just the power supply.
I like the options with the Gigabyte and therefore would like to keep using it.
I've just installed Windows 7 on a SSD. However, the Toslink and Analog audio options are not being recognized by Windows 7, no matter what I do.
The only option recognized is the HDMI to my flat panel TV, which provides sound through the TV and which sucks because it's not my 5.1 surround through my receiver!
I've downloaded Realtek drivers (from Realtek) and installed, no change? I've updated the MSI video card drivers which include audio drivers, still no change?
I've disconnected the HDMI hoping Windows would be forced to recognize the other options, not luck!
Windows/answers only suggested doing what I've already done and described above.
Gigabyte wants info off the motherboard that I'd have to take my PC completely apart to get in order to submit a support ticket.
(Update, I did get a support ticket sent off to them, hopefully they can help too).
So, I'm desperate to figure out what's wrong here and what I can do to straighten it out.
Here is a Speccy link: http://speccy.piriform.com/results/YChRtHMIYlsa1NWUcwlLvF8
Edited by hamluis, 28 December 2014 - 04:45 PM.
Moved from Win 7 to Internal Hardware - Hamluis.