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post #8 of (permalink) Old 09-24-2011, 02:42 PM
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I just spend a good hour or so struggling with the same issue. At least for me the instructions above don't work, maybe because something has been changed in an update or something.

Anyway, it appears the pin numbers have changed and the mappings won't appear in the registry unless they differ from the default.

hex values have remained the same:

"00 00 00 00" = Line-in
"01 00 00 00" = Mic-in
"02 00 00 00" = headphones
"04 00 00 00" = Front speakers
"05 00 00 00" = Rear speakers
"06 00 00 00" = Center/sub-woofer
"07 00 00 00" = Side speakers

However the new pin numbers now (mostly)correspond with the hex values!

"Pin10" = Line-in (blue)?
"Pin11" = Mic-in (pink rear pink)?
"Pin14" = Front speakers (green rear)
"Pin15" = Rear speakers (black rear)
"Pin16" = Center/Sub-woofer (Orange rear)?
"Pin17" = Side speakers (rear gray)?
"Pin19" = Front Mic-In (front pink)
"Pin1b" = Front Headphone (front green)

These are the defaults, i am not completely sure about all of these though.

I only wanted to re-task the rear black connector to front speakers, since the front panel on my case is broken and i also have to plug the headphones to the back of the case.

So for example, to re-task "rear speaker" pin as a front speaker you have to add to:

"HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\C ontr ol\Class\{4D36E96C-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}\0000\Settings\DevType_0888_SS147b108 3"

This binary value:

Pin15 "04 00 00 00"

or front headphone as side speakers:

Pin1b "07 00 00 00"

Then reboot!

You will have to add these by hand, the mappings don't show up by default, but if they do and correspond to the instruction above follow them.

Hope this helps, and sorry for my potentially bad english.
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