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Old 29th May 2003, 13:32   #1
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I have a nforce˛ mobo (leadtek winfast k7ncr18D pro) and a SB live value. I want to plug in my headphone in my mobo and mij surround set in my sb.
Then in Win I want to switch between this 2 devices. For example: when I just play music and my parents aren’t sleeping then I use my sb, but then when they are sleeping, I just switch to the headphone that is connected to my mobo.

Does anyone know software like this? How must I do it?
Could it give probs with the microphone which is always connected with the SB live? I mean , if I use my headphone, is it then possible to use it in combination with the mic.


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ik heb dus een nforce˛ mobo en een sb live value. Ik zou graag mijn systeem zo willen regelen, zodat ik mijn headphone in mijn mobo laat steken en mijn subwoofer systeem in mijn sb live.
In windows zou ik dan moeten kunnen switchen tussen deze 2. Dus niet zo bv dat ik in winamp mobo selecteer en powerdvd het andere. Wanneer ik dus kies voor headphone, speelt alles via headphone. Of natuurlijk omgekeerd.

Weet iemand met welke software en hoe ik dit moet doen?
BTW: gaat dit geen problemen opleveren met mijn mic die altijd op mijn sb live steekt. Dus dat ik in feite gewoon mijn headphone en mic tesamen kan gebruiken?
 
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What operating system?
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in most (9x/2000/XP)

start -> settings -> Control Panel

Sounds & Multimedia

then select the correct device in the dropdown from the playback devices

selecting the "use only default devices" will prevent any "accidents" late at night
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okay win 2k

is that the only thing i have to do???
 
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too difficult for you ?
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Old 29th May 2003, 14:36   #6
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no

but i asked it @ magnum_ and he didn't found the answer

kewl it works. But now i can't uwe my logitech keyboard adjust volume buttons when i use the onboard sound.

and is it possible to create a shortcut to the switching thingy. so when i click it ik changes my setting
 
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But now i can't uwe my logitech keyboard adjust volume buttons when i use the onboard sound.
problem with logitech drivers rather then windows itself
don't think there is a shortcut way to make you able to switch quickly, as it needs a control panel module to get those settings changed!
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owkay np, thx for your help

i will download new drivers for my keyboard


*mod: OK new drivers dit it

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