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DFI NF4 Ultra-D 939 SOUND ISSUES WITH COUNTER STRIKE PLS HELP***

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I have the DFI NF4 Ultra-D 939 motherboard.

 

I also am using the onboard krajan sound chip/card.

I have a 5.1 surround logitech z5300 speakers.

I am using the drivers that came on the dfi cd.

the sound works fine for my speakers...............

 

problem is... it splits up my sound when im trying to use headphones for my

 

counter stike

 

i havent been albe to scrim properly ever since upgrading to this board.

 

like in the game i hear only hear very loudly whats to the left and right but not to the front, or if i plug it into a different output i only hear front and rear.

 

i konw the obvious solution is to go into nv mixer and tell it i am using headphoesn but this does not solve the problem.

 

PLEASE HELP :confused:

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same thing happened to me, its ur headphones, their shorted out/broken :/ i had the fat logitech ones that cover ur ear, they only lasted for 3 months before they crapped out. UR COMPUTER IS FINE! :)

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same thing happened to me, its ur headphones, their shorted out/broken :/ i had the fat logitech ones that cover ur ear, they only lasted for 3 months before they crapped out. UR COMPUTER IS FINE! :)

 

 

no

they arnt shorted,

 

they soudn different when i plug into rear jack, front jack, side jack.

 

they work find on my friends computer, but not on mine.

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no i have a splitter i bouhgt from radio shack on the green jack,

so my headset is plugged into the splitter and so is the speakers.

 

so maybe the key is to plug my headset into the headphone port on the volumn control for the speakers. ima try that right now, but even if that solves things, my biggest problem is now that my headset (the MIC) is not plugged in, and wont reach.

 

_Albert

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You should reconfigure your configuration through either headphones or speakers. You can't use both, as it will have a hard time trying to distinguish which playback device to use. Download nvMixer and configure it from there.

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