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Stereo sound through my HDMI on my HTPC

It appears that my software is only outputting stereo sound through my HDMI on HTPC. I am running Power DVD 9 and everything seems to be set up correctly there. I am thinking I have driver problem with the motherboard/audio card. None of the updates are fixing it. What am I doing wrong? The model # is ga-ma69gm-s2h

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I my self don't have that exact unit, but most are similar, and i have looked up the specifications which are:

Inputs:
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