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Speakers not plugged in?

Hi, i've been trying to solve this problem for 1 month don't have time to bring my cpu in a repair shop coz of my work. i have an ASUS P5SD2-VM motherboard installed with a VISTA 32bit. my problem is when i look at my playback devices the speakers is greyed and says not plugged in. only ATAPI INTERNAL is working. i tried installing the driver from the cd same thing happens. i even tried DL some drivers from realtek but still not plugged in. from the realtek settings the at the analog the rear panels are greyed while the front panels are active which makes me crazy coz i don't have front panels. i also tried the process like uninstall then install the realtek but whenever i restart vista is automatically install the RHDA and there comes again the ATAPI. i really would appreciate any help i can get. thanks...

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