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Sound card not working

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I have a very strange pbm, where the sound drivers are installed fine.. and it is working fine..if i open a movie it plays for a while and the sound stops after 5-10 mins.. only the video is on... i will have to mute and unmute the sound card... evry time to listen to the sound and the sound clarity is reverbing and not clear....

any one help me on this...

using a Giga byte mother board... AMD 2600XP+ processor... 120 GB HD...

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  • saudiever Oct 05, 2008

    sound card dose not work
    Gigabyte Motherboard

  • Daniel Jenkins
    Daniel Jenkins May 11, 2010

    get rid of the onboard audio by disabling it in device manager, and go buy a soundblaster sound card...

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Now this is very easy i have a gigabyte motherboard to and come across the same problem go to this web site http://www.download.com/Realtek-AC-97-Driver-Windows-98-Me-2000-XP-2003-/3000-2120_4-10238712.html?tag=rbxcrdl1 download it and install all you need to do is remove audio at first when this is installing it should correct your problem and you will watch films with the sound always on

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I would start by replacing the driver for the sound card. After that I would replace the card itself inside the PC.

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