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(No, not advertising. Just a good photo of the motherboard, if you slightly scroll down)
Look at the chart below the photo of the mobo. (MOtherBOard) Expansion Capabilities:
A) Two PCI slots (Two PCI Conventional bus connectors. Long white slots)
B) One PCI Express x1 bus add-in card connector.
(PCI Express x1 slot. The longer PCI-Express x16 slot is on top. Then the two long white PCI slots. Then the shorter black PCI-Express x1 slot)
You can use a Sound Card in an available white PCI slot, or if the black PCI-Express x1 slot is open.
Yes, I know, I'm getting to it, lol!
The Onboard Audio -> Intel High Definition Audio, doesn't have an output mixer feature.
My onboard audio - Realtek, (And on an Intel mobo), does.
[ Intel 915G (Southlake) motherboard. Has a Realtek audio chip, ALC860. I use the Realtek Audio Manager. Has Sound Effects, and an equalizer. What happened from the Intel 915G to the Intel 945GCL INTEL? Sheesh! ]
Suggest this if you have an open, available PCI slot,
After page get loaded select your operating system in second column and in third column select DRIVERS and scroll down, you can have list of DRIVERS for your motherboard just select audio drivers and download it.
once you're at the website, type the serial number of your computer and hit search. scroll down to see the audio categories and select the driver for you audio device that is compatible with windows xp
The notebook i assume has the realtek sound chip, but at the moment their site is down so click on the link below and download the Vista sound drivers and see if they work for you, but it could be that your motherboard manufacturer does not yet have any supported sound driver for Visat.