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    Default Re: Sound not working EP35-DS3

    Her it is! As I said, it sais that I only have this digital output device connected, which I don't and that my speakers are disconnected which are not!
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    Default Re: Sound not working EP35-DS3

    Allready tried that but that option is greyed out....
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    Default Re: Sound not working EP35-DS3

    Hmm is the speakers plugged in?

    Did you try disabling the others first to see if you can then enable the speakers?

    If you cant get anywhere that way I would uninstall/disable all other sounds devices and go in safe mode and remove all drivers related (UUA as well) and reinstall the Realtek One and see if that helps

    Are these speakers you are trying to use connected to the back of the board? Did they ever work?

    Have you tried with the HDMI disconnected/uninstalled?

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    Default Re: Sound not working EP35-DS3

    Everything worked just fine before and I changed none of the hardware. I only did a clean install of Windows. I will try all the tings you propose and see what happens...

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    Default Re: Sound not working EP35-DS3

    Hmm so if it is just a clean install then sounds like it is just a driver conflict then. I would uninstall them all in safe mode and reboot to safe mode again and install drivers one by one thru device manger or start with the realtek one first.

    UUA driver is what often causes issues, and is installed by windows. That is why safe mode is best so windows does not reinstall it again (Watch windows updates to, it may be offered after you remove it)

    Good luck, Ill see you tomorrow

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    Default Re: Sound not working EP35-DS3

    Looking at your RealTek Control panel, it seems, as far as it's concerned you have No speakers connected - so that's why you are not hearing anything.

    The 3.5mm sockets are set up to auto-detect a connection, which clearly for some reason they are not doing. Have you tried unplugging the 3.5mm jack from the front speaker output and replugging it in, to see if the Realtek app can see it?

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