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Stereo is working but not the 5.1 channels

The card is working but only the left and right channel are outputting anything. I have it set at the 5.1 channel mode and when I do the audio test in the Dynex control panel the speakers will all work seperately just fine. Anyone have any advice?

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Download the realtek audio manager and install it, that should fix the problem

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