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Hallo,
I need more details:
1. The driver is installed on the computer and is it something singing?
2. some sound card you have to configure them how you want and have a software or a menu for configuration in which to choose which output for what to connect to it. need the sound card name.
3. The system is plug in?

Hope to help you after I have this answers, have a nice day

Posted on Sep 28, 2008

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