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Can you post a screenshot. Maybe you need to reinstall the RealTek software.
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/2329882/cantrightclick.png
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Thanks for the screenshot. It could be in the drop down menu where you see 'stereo'. If not check other tabs, maybe standaardformaat. The RealTek software looks a bit different on my computer.

What happens when you click or right click the green circle in the analog section? Do you get anything?
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When i right click on those nothing happens.

    I think that connector retasking is broken on your installation for some reason.  I've got a Realtek ALC888 on this computer that used to be able to retask, and now can't—it does exactly what you found on yours, nothing!.  On another computer here, I've got a Realtek ALC889 that I'm actually using retasking with.  Try completely uninstalling the Realtek audio driver software, and then reinstall the audio driver that came with your motherboard—perhaps it will know the way your ALC889 was configured on the motherboard.  You can get it from the downloads section on this page.  Then, see if retasking works.  At some point, you can try upgrading back to the newest driver from Reaktek audio driver page. thumb.gif
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