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So I made the switch to a dedicated sound card and I can't figure out how to have 2 outputs like I did with my onboard. Windows only detects 1 device as Speakers when I used to have 2 devices detected. I have my headset in the front port and speakers in the back port and I had them working at the same time without having to do anything. Now with this card, I have to unplug the headset for my speakers to work which is a pretty big letdown. Am I missing some configuration option somewhere?
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No,

Your front of your PC is using onboard sound. As the rear is where your soundcard is.

Window is not loading two different sound drivers at once so your front audio is USELESS!

Sorry for the letdown. =\\
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No,

Your front of your PC is using onboard sound. As the rear is where your soundcard is.

Window is not loading two different sound drivers at once so your front audio is USELESS!

Sorry for the letdown. =\\
I'm pretty sure it's not. I plugged the headers in.
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