#1
Don't know where else to go with this..

My normal headphone jack is f*cked. Has been for a long time, so I use the sub woofer out.

Always worked on XP fine, now I've switched to Windows 7 and despite installing all the drivers, I got nothing. I plug into my headphone jack and the same problem as before (only left side audio because of a loose connection).

What do?
#3
I didn't have sound hen i first installed 7 either. Go to device manager and roll back your sound card drivers.
#4
Quote by captaincrunk
You had a sub out on ur comp? or as part of a speaker system?


It's just part of my sound card.

and to ^ I'll try that and get back.
#5
Quote by Gmp
I didn't have sound hen i first installed 7 either. Go to device manager and roll back your sound card drivers.


Wont let me roll back.
#7
Quote by captaincrunk
Is it an external soundcard?


Nope part of my motherboard...

This leads me to believe my card is broken.. Despite working just a couple of hours ago.

I get soudn on the meter after uninstalling and reinstalling all drivers. But no headphone sound *shrugs*
#8
Right. From this jack I can hear sound from the center speaker and the rear subwoofer doing left and right respiectively.

But that's on the 5.1 setting, I want stereo. Any way to change it to have the center play left signald and sub play right?
#9
Quote by Bearded_Seth
Right. From this jack I can hear sound from the center speaker and the rear subwoofer doing left and right respiectively.

But that's on the 5.1 setting, I want stereo. Any way to change it to have the center play left signald and sub play right?

Umm, sounds a little too specific. I think instead of working around the problem you should attack it directly.
#10
In the end I had to just plug in this USB Sound card I bought like 2 years ago and never used because it was dodgy.

Now I'm finding a lot more problems with Windows 7.. I can't even connect to my network anymore but I can somehow use the internet.

Don't bother people, stick with what you have. With what WORKS.
#11
Quote by Bearded_Seth
In the end I had to just plug in this USB Sound card I bought like 2 years ago and never used because it was dodgy.

Now I'm finding a lot more problems with Windows 7.. I can't even connect to my network anymore but I can somehow use the internet.

Don't bother people, stick with what you have. With what WORKS.


Ok, I'm going to disregard a new OS because you are having problems with it.
#12
Quote by soulflyV
Ok, I'm going to disregard a new OS because you are having problems with it.


That's a good attitude you have there, sir.

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