Question about Logitech X-530 Computer Speakers
I tried setting these up in windows, and sound came from all speakers on the test. But the center and rear speakers don't work when I run any other program, music, games, etc. I'm using on-board sound (Gigabyte 965p-s3 mobo) so I updated my drivers, but got the same results. I went to the device manager, and tried updating the driver for Realtek HD Audio but found nothing.
I'm running 64-bit vista, audio codec ALC 883. Any suggestions?
I had same problem and this probably isnt the same as yours but all i did was click on the speaker symbol on the taskbar and under speaker configuration set it to 6 for the sound card i think the default setting must be 2 because thats what it was set at hope this helps someone cos i was gettin so annoyed at only having 2 speakers and woofer working
Posted on Dec 09, 2007
Good Morning malaclypse
windows, Vista, well, a mess with DX9, that is new there 10,
you have to play with modes, on multimedia on control panel, and level with setting there for 5.1 or 6.1, surround speakers, and play music, or games, and see if work, sometimes, changing to a good sound card, like Audigy, or X-FI streme, do the trick.
Posted on Nov 28, 2007
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