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I built my brother a computer a while back. The mobo came with 5.1 built in, as is the case these days with alot of 'em. Anyway of course it came with a little program for it. This Realtek HD audio manager. It was a speaker on taskbar that when opened let you manager your speakers and see what was plugged in.
Now for some reason when my brother bought a new headset (not USB, but the regular headphones and mic connection jacks) he couldn't get it to work. Well the program wasn't detecting the front jacks on the computer. So I googled around and everywhere I go the answer seems to be to click a folder on the menu that lets you turn on front jack detection or some such. Now that folder isn't there, so I uninstalled the old software and went to realteks site to grab the newer version. Most people said this worked(as theres one for Vista) and it's not there. I can't find it anywhere, all I can find is drivers which don't seem to do a thing.
I'm completely lost here.
Edit: I guess I could use any manager couldn't I? I didn't think of this at all. Anyone suggest any?