Hi everyone, I have a small yet annoying problem that started on Christmas day when I took my PC to my parents place to play some festive music :3
When I plugged the 3.5mm plug into the rear output, it didn't work! It was working just fine when I left home.
The front output that I normally use for headphones still works. Optical output to my amp also works fine. I've checked my drivers and I have the most up to date version, and I checked to make sure that the rear output wasn't somehow muted.
I'm using the onboard sound from my MSI p35 platinum and the sound is also controlled by Realtek HD Audio manager.
Is it set to pop up a message when something is plugged in?(does it even detect the plugged in cable?)
Can you use the connector re-tasking to make sure the rear green output is in fact set to line/speaker out?
Does it by any chance show the front green as plugged in all the time?
You can try a slightly older drive, there are sometimes interesting bugs with Realtek drivers.
Thanks for the reply, I was in the process of double checking what happened when I plug the cable into the rear input when I discovered that it works again if I change the input type back to "Front Speaker Out."
I guess your response helped me figure this one out!