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post #11 of 40
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Originally Posted by Sonorous View Post

I'm also not having any success changing any values in regedit.

I'm currently using an ASUS G53SX with Windows 7 and the version of the Realtek driver I'm using is V6.0.1.6334

As Eliah stated, no Pins show up in my regedit due to what I assume is some recent update to the driver. This is how mine looks:

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I've tried adding a variety of pins using the data "02 00 00 00" and "04 00 00 00" and none of them work.

The last time I recall having access to jack retasking was both on a desktop and laptop that initially came with Windows Vista/7 on them but I had reformatted and installed Windows XP on both of them.

It seems that the GUI of the Realtek settings is vastly different on XP than it is from its Vista/7 counterpart - even if the same version of the driver is installed on either operating system.

I have never been able to gain access to jack retasking in the Vista/7 GUI - this one (this is a screenshot of the GUI from my own computer):

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But I've always been able to do it in the XP GUI - this one (just a picture from Google but it's the same way it has always looked to me on XP):

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Is there any way as far as anyone knows to force an install of the XP version/GUI?
Or perhaps something else can be done in besides changing/adding Pins and binary data in regedit to get retasking to work.

-EDIT-
I'm also curious if my case is more complex because of my laptop. You'll notice in the image I posted of my Realtek GUI that my 2 jacks are both black instead of coloured like everyone elses seem to be. I'd just like to state that the laptop itself does in fact have 2 real physical jacks, both are actually coloured/painted black, but 1 has a headphone icon engraved over it, and the other has a mic icon engraved over it.

Just out of curiosity I decided to uninstall and reinstall the driver and Pins do now show up in regedit.

Pin01 shows up with the data "01 00 00 00"

and

Pin04 shows up with the data "04 00 00 00"

I'd like to clarify I haven't touched or modified these yet - this is how they show up after a fresh install and reboot:

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This is throwing me off a little since these don't exactly match all the Pins and data values with what a previous user listed in this thread.

Tnitro said that "Pin01" is a rear black-coded RR RL jack and "Pin04" is a rear pink mic jack

And a couple users said that data values "01 00 00 00" are for mic-in and "04 00 00 00" are for front speakers

So by default if my:

"Pin01" has the data "01 00 00 00" that means my "rear black-coded RR RL" jack is set to "mic-in"

and my

"Pin04" has the data "04 00 00 00" that means my "rear pink mic" jack is set to "front speakers"

Pin04 having the hex value 04 00 00 00 is what's throwing me off. Why would a mic jack, by default, be set to front speakers?

Mind you I'm on a laptop and as I stated in my previous post both my jacks physically appear black, and virtually appear black in the GUI on Windows 7. So your colour coding for these hex values don't or rather can't really apply to me.

Where are you guys "figuring out" what each hex value means? I'm not saying you're entirely wrong but I'm starting to think the hex values don't correspond to the same thing on everyone's computer. Only a few people have reported having success changing their regedit based on the hex values some users are providing while a handful of others here and on other forums are reporting it does nothing for them.

There are two things I've come across on other forums that may be of some use to people here:

One user said that after rebooting their computer after changing regedit, regedit does not retain the changes they made and restores the hex values back to their defaults because the Realtek driver application is set to load on startup and changes the regedit values back to their defaults. I'm sure the name of the process varies from version to version/operating system to operating system but for me it's RTHDVCPL.exe - I'm sure it's the same for some others too.

Another user said that the ability to retask jacks was removed sometime on/after version R2.5. I'm not sure if this is true and I have yet to test this myself yet. I'll post back with the results once I find an older version to try it with.
Edited by Sonorous - 3/14/12 at 7:22pm
post #12 of 40
If you want to change the audio jack settings, using the Realtek HD Audio Manager on post XP releases(Vista, 7) you have to plugin your device and double click on the jack icons, After it a window will appear where you can select the plugged in device.
P.S. After rebooting the system, settings are restored to it's defaults.

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post #13 of 40
When I double-click the black input (Rear Speaker Out) nothing pops up. When I double-click the green input I get a popup that only has Headphones and Front Speaker Out as available options. Is there some setting I'm missing?

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post #14 of 40
hey guys, i dont know if anyone is still monitoring this thread, but here goes:

I have an ASUS G51vx-rx05 laptop. I purchased this laptop used, knowing that it would be out of warranty and the like. The seller did inform me about a headphone issue, which a quick google search showed me it was a common error. Basically, the headphone jack always thinks there is something plugged in, which effectively disables the onboard speakers. The issue is this: a pin inside the jack has not released telling the MOBO to use the onboard speakers. The other thing is that, i would plug in my headphones and just say screw it and use my headphones, but sound only plays out of the left side. mad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gif i was just wondering if anyone could help me by giving me detailed instructions on retasking my audio ports. i have 3 on my laptop: Headphones, Mic in, and SPDIF/line in. What i want to do is remap the jacks so that the current SPDIF works as my headphone port, and to disable the current headphone port so it doesn't get in the way of anything.

any help would be greatly appreciated.

also, i did some registry editing, and figured out how to get it to play out of the speakers, but it would play out of the speakers and the headphones.
post #15 of 40
I have managed a find a fix for the remapping issue, if anyone is interested.

What i did was, i went to the MSI page and downloaded their version of the Realtek HD manager. I specifically downloaded this driver from this page, as i have an Asrock x79 Extreme4-m motherboard; you want to download the drivers closest to your motherboard, or try with these, I only had one mobo to test this on.

Then, after downloading them and installing them, i opened up the .zip, went into the WDM folder and searched for RTHDCPL.exe or RTLCPL.exe and ran that. This opened up a second Realtek UI, alongside the usual one, which looked like old XP UI, as seen here:
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Now that you have that open, you want to click on the little wrench key next to "Analog" and tick the box next to "Enable auto popup dialog, when device has been plugged in".

With that done, you can just plug the device you want to remap out and back into the jack, and a popup should come up asking you what you want it to be.

Let me know if it worked for you!
Edited by Wezdor - 7/20/12 at 6:58am
post #16 of 40
Hi can anyone please help me? I'm trying to swap the audio output of the left and right speakers.
How can I do this with regedit?
I've got an Rampage 3 Extreme and I just installed Realtek_Audio_V6016037_V51006037_XPVistaWin7
Thanks
Edited by Digital Artist - 10/13/12 at 1:03pm
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post #17 of 40
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Let me know if it worked for you!

Just registered to say thank you for this - I have an old Abit IP35-Pro, and the green (front speakers) port has gone from "erratic" to "completely bust." The ALC888 drivers from Realtek do *not* give any options for jack port reassignment, and so I thought I was SOL.

I downloaded the drivers in your link, unzipped them and ran the RTHDCPL.exe program - it threw up an error about the wrong OS (I'm on Win 8 x64, with the latest R270 Realtek drivers), but seemed to run OK. I plugged the speaker jack into the black (rear speaker) port and sure enough a popup dialogue appeared asking me what I'd just plugged in (I checked "line out"). The program hung after I hit "OK" and I had to kill it with Task Manager - I rebooted to be on the safe side, ran the "correct" R270 Realtek HD Audio Manager, and much to my satisfaction I saw this:

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Everything's working as it should, with the speakers plugged into the black port outputting full-range stereo.

Thanks again, have a virtual beer on me. smile.gif
post #18 of 40
I'm glad it helped someone then smile.gif If it's not too much trouble for you, would you mind clicking the REP+ at the bottom? It's basically the virtual beer equivalent of this site.
post #19 of 40
I did what you said, but i have windows 7 so it comes up with a pop up that says: the audio driver on your system is not designed for windows vista, and it says that i can check the realtek website. but it still opens the programm. although i can only change it to "line in" or "mic in". but i guess what i need is a line out or something else that goes out not in. can you help with that?
post #20 of 40
Quote:
Originally Posted by Wezdor View Post

I have managed a find a fix for the remapping issue, if anyone is interested.

What i did was, i went to the MSI page and downloaded their version of the Realtek HD manager. I specifically downloaded this driver from this page, as i have an Asrock x79 Extreme4-m motherboard; you want to download the drivers closest to your motherboard, or try with these, I only had one mobo to test this on.

Then, after downloading them and installing them, i opened up the .zip, went into the WDM folder and searched for RTHDCPL.exe or RTLCPL.exe and ran that. This opened up a second Realtek UI, alongside the usual one, which looked like old XP UI, as seen here:
Now that you have that open, you want to click on the little wrench key next to "Analog" and tick the box next to "Enable auto popup dialog, when device has been plugged in".

With that done, you can just plug the device you want to remap out and back into the jack, and a popup should come up asking you what you want it to be.

Let me know if it worked for you!



I did what you said, but i have windows 7 so it comes up with a pop up that says: the audio driver on your system is not designed for windows vista, and it says that i can check the realtek website. but it still opens the programm. although i can only change it to "line in" or "mic in". but i guess what i need is a line out or something else that goes out not in. can you help with that?

sorry for posting this twice but i needed to make sure you know what i am talking about someone please help me i need my music. my audio jack is broken so i need to switch my speaker output with mic
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