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Hi all,

I have an ASRock Taichi Z370 which has a Realtek ALC1220. On my old motherboards, I used to be able to separate rear and front audio output streams, but can't seem to on this motherboard. On this one, I can get front audio only (if front jack detection is enabled in Realtek HD Manager) or duplication of front and rear (if front jack detection is disabled).

I have tried several different Realtek driver versions including the latest (Realtek high definition audio driver ver:8295_FF00) from ASRock as well as R2.82 from Realtek's website.

Does anyone have a working driver version that accomplishes separating front and rear audio?

There also seems to be an option missing in this version of the Realtek HD Manager to achieve this.
 

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Hi all,

There are hundreds of threads online about this issue across several motherboards. I esolved this by simply uninstalling the Realtek software and allowing Windows 10 to handle the drivers. I now see two separate output devices (front and rear).

Thanks
 
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