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voodooHDA2.9 headphones work well but speakers not working

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My alc892 audio has an issue. My Motherboard model is ASROCK b350 K4 Gaming.
I installed voodooHDA 2.9 and it works. Alc892 has been successfully recognized.
But there is nothing like 5.1 or 7.1(green rear) in the audio output. There is only Headphone(green front) output.
So I can only use headphones via the front audio output jacks of my chassis, but cannot use my speakers via the rear audio output jacks(the green one). 
Please help me. Any reply will be appreciated.
Forgive me for my poor ENGLISH....

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