Output channel mapping problem for surround encoder

vista 64 bit
sound blaster titanium x-fi sound card
logitech 5.1 speaker set up
hello, i am trying to mix a movie i made into 5.1. when i open the surround encoder, go to the audio hardware setup and try to set my output channel mapping i only get two speakers. i have a card that supports 5.1, 5.1 speakers, and get surround sound when i play a DVD. yet audition only recognizes my left and right speaker. any help on how i get my output channel mapping set correctly?
thanks in advance!

Thank you for the info, though I admit I'm still a bit confused.
My card is a creative x-fi extreme gamer.  It has 3 line out jacks and one line in jack.  T  Oh, here it is in the manual...thats just not good enough.
But what is the surround encoder dialog box doing, if not encoding surround mixes?  The manual says I can exportsurround sound from a multitrack session. 
Date: Mon, 1 Jun 2009 21:58:08 -0600
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