How to separate rear and front audio jacks?

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JQuan1000

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Hi, I have a prebuilt PC here and recently for some reason. My computer has decided to put both my front and rear headphone jacks together. I can't use them at the same time but I also cant separate them. I have tried to uninstall realtek, but then when i restart my computer it downloads relatek by itself again. I have tried so many things. I can't remember what I have done. Any help would be great
 

JQuan1000

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I'm not tryign to use them at the same time, I just want to switch between the outputs and it's not letting me because it is all under one name.
So like if i open the properties of my speakers. It will show rear and front panel jacks there and i wanna split that up.
 

wassse

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I had the same problem, both front and rear showing up under one name. The way i fixed this was to go to the driver and revert it back to a previous version. I did this by opening the Device Manager and under Sound, video and game controllers i found the Realtek HD Audio driver, opened it and selected revert. This uninstalled the driver and i now have a NVIDIA virtual audio device instead. I now have Speakers and Headphones separated. I have a z170-p motherboard if thats of any help to someone.

Hope this works for you!
 
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