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5.1 speakers on laptop (toshiba satellite x200) reading as stereo

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Old June 25th 08, 01:55 AM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
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Default 5.1 speakers on laptop (toshiba satellite x200) reading as stereo

I have subject laptop but the speakers properties have only stereo speakers
listed for config in control panel. laptop has 4 x harmon kardon speakers
with bass, listed as 5.1 speakers under specs. Just loaded latest drivers
(realtek) from toshiba canada website but still no list of 5.1 speakers for
config. Any suggestions on how to get the speakers listed as 5.1 or did I
misunderstand the specs ? Any help would be appreciated. System has Windows
Vista Ultimate, 1.8 ghz core 2 duo, 2gb of ram, video card is nvidia 8700m
gt, 512 mb vram. Thanks

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