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5.1 sound in mavericks

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hii,

im running mavericks superbly on my pc but i have one issue that maverciks only showing two rear Audio midi but there are three ports on which i run my 5.1 speaker with my pc on win 8.

please tell me how to fix this..

im adding screenshot of Audio midi. those in red are my mobo rear jacks which are only 2 showing in this and one in blue is SPDIF which is not working for me.

now help me to get all 3 rear jacks of mobo up and running..

 

Thanks to all..

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