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An issue with my receiver... Or maybe my computer? Could use some help!

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So I have a Yamaha HTR-5650 receiver connected to 4 different speakers and a subwoofer. The receiver connects to my motherboard via optical cord. My audio was working fine with one center speaker and subwoofer, but now it doesn't play audio at all. All of the speakers are functional as I ran the sound test on the receiver and each one made a noise. I believe this problem may be linked to the speaker indicators on the receiver's screen. Only L and R are shown, when L C R RC and subwoofer should be showing presumably. I've played around with practically every option on the receiver and none of the options display the channels except for the sound test, but they are gone once it is over.

The really weird part is my center speaker (which was playing by itself previously) doesn't play audio at all now. I'm absolutely clueless and could really use some suggestions right about now
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Optical only supports 2 channel PCM or multichannel through Dolby Digital and DTS. If any other channels were working previously, the media program you were using for playback must have had some kind of speaker fill or all channel stereo installed.
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