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Speaker output dont seem to get output from two of the ports, how do i fix this problem?

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I assume you mean that you can't get sound from the rear and sub/center jacks on your computer. Check to see if you have some sort of audio management program preinstallled from your computer's manufacturer in Control Panel, such as Realtek HD Audio Manager. It should have options for changing what each output does.

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