Output from SPDIF and Speakers

Posted on 2009-02-17
Last Modified: 2013-11-09
I have both speakers and SPDIF Out on my gigabyte motherboard.
I want all my audio to route through both of them, however in Vista i can only send it to one or the other (done by setting as the Default Device prior to starting the program that sources the music).

How can i route to both at the same time please?
Question by:sdom100
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    Can this assist you
    SPDIF Connection

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    Unfortunately not,
    This is at a Vista level
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    Your Gigabyte -what- motherboard.

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