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How to instsll new Sound card

My Computer have sound onboard, but I don want use it. I want install new Sound card. Can i do?

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My deel audio produces voice amd musical pitch shifts. Voive reproduction is noticibly hihg pitched and guitar sound are two steps higher than they should be. It is painful to listen to the audio.

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DESKTOP PC. RIGHT? REMOVE CASE COVER..PLUG SOUND CARD INTO MOTHER BOARD..LOAD DRIVERS ENJOY.....WATCH THIS..http://pcsupport.about.com/od/componentprofiles/p/p_video.htm.IT WILL EXPLAIN IN DETAIL.RICHARDM69

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After system restore sound card wont work


Removing the sound drivers In Windows XP, click Start , and right-click My Computer .In indows 95, 98, and Me, right-click the My Computer icon on the desktop.Click Properties from the list that appears.In Windows XP, click the Hardware tab, then the Device Manager button.In indows 95, 98, and Me, click the Device Manager In Windows XP, click Uninstall (the small picture of a computer overlaid by an X In Windows 95, 98, and Me, click Remove .Click OK when a warning window appears.Continue to remove sound devices that relate to the audio card brand (not Legacy) until all have been removed. If the device is a combination sound-modem card, remove devices related to the brand name listed under Modem as well.Close all programs and turn off the PC.Back to top Step 2: Disabling on-board sound Skip this step if the PC does not have onboard sound. If PC does have onboard sound, do the following to disable it Turn on the PC and press the F1 key repeatedly at the first logo screen. "Entering Setup" should appear on the screen.In the Setup screen, press the LEFT and RIGHT ARROW keys to highlight Advanced. Press the DOWN ARROW key until Onboard Audio , Onboard Audio Options , or I/O Device Configuration is highlighted, press ENTER .If another menu appears, press the DOWN ARROW key until Onboard Audio codecs or Audio Codec is highlighted, press ENTER .Press the DOWN ARROW key until Disabled is highlighted, press ENTER .Figure 2: Example of one possible Onboard Audio BIOS setting Press F10 , then the Y key, to save the settings and exit.Turn off the power and continue to Step 3.The edges of metal panels can cut skin. Be careful not to slide skin along any interior metal edge of the computer.This product contains components that can be damaged by electrostatic discharge (ESD). To reduce the chance of ESD damage, work over a noncarpeted floor, use a static dissipative work surface such as a conductive foam pad), and wear an ESD wrist strap connected to a grounded surface.Unplug all cables except for the power. Write down each cable location if you do not already know where it connects.Unplug the power cable and with the power cable removed press the Power button on the front of the PC.Remove the screws on the rear of the PC.Figure 3: Side Panel screws (your PC may be different Slide the side panel off from the rear of the PC.Figure 4: Side Panel removal (your PC may be different Step 4: Removing the sound card Use this section to remove the sound card. If the PC was using onboard sound and you do not have to remove it, skip to Step 5 .Locate the sound card inside computer case. Use the speaker connections on the back as a reference. Disconnect any cables that are plugged into the back and sides of the sound card. Carefully note where each cable was installed.Remove the one screw that holds the sound card to the chassis. If a metal plate covers up the screw, then remove this plate first.Figure 5: Screw that attaches card to case Grasp the sound card by its edges and slide it out of its slot.Figure 6: Card removal If the sound card is a combination sound-modem card, disconnect all cables from the modem and remove it in the same way that the sound card was removed.5: Installing the sound card Insert the new sound card into an open compatible slot. If you have a sound-modem ombination card, insert the new modem card into an open slot as well. Attach the card or cards with one retaining screw. Replace the metal plate if it was used.Connect all the cables back to their original positions : Replacing the cover Replace a side panel by matching the side panel tabs with the tab openings in the case. Figure 7: Side Panel tabs (your PC may be different Insert the side panel and slide it forward.Figure 8: Side Panel insertion (your PC may be different Fasten the screws to secure the side panel.Figure 9: Side Panel screws (your PC may be different Installing the software and drivers for the new card s Connect all cables and turn on the PC Use the software installation instructions that came with the new sound card to install the software. Normally a CD is inserted after Windows finds the new hardware and displays a message.If the new sound card is a replacement for an original card that came with the PC, Windows should find and install the software automatically. If needed, you can install/reinstall the sound software using the HP Application Recovery software that came with your HP or Compaq PC.Original and updated drivers may also exist on the HP Website. After installing the original driver, go to Software and Driver Downloads site and enter your PC model number to find software and driver downloads.f a window appears stating that it needs help finding particular files, place the driver disc from the soundcard manufacturer into a disc drive. If this does not help, browse to the following pathnames, one at a time, until the file is found: C:indows\inf
C:\Windows\options\cabs
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Move the card to a different pci slot on the motherboard. It may have a conflict with another device. Make sure there is no power to the pc when you do this. If you still have the problem after trying all the slots then i suggest you empty all of them and just try the audio card on its own. If it works then fit the card/s you removed into other slots. good luck.

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You need to install the driver : http://support.creative.com/downloads/download.aspx?nDownloadId=1843

or you can use your onboard soundcard from your motherboard (your motherboard already have onboard soundcard)

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Does your computer have sound on the motherboard if it does you will have to go into the bios and disable the onboard sound before installing the add on sound card then windows will find it upon the next startup.
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try re-installing the audio controller. Your onboard sound card driver may be corrupted. check device manager for issues. try downloading fresh driver from your computer MFG's website. If no dice, install a PCI sound card and that will fix the prob.

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I cannot get any sound out of my speakers and I have installed a Dynex 5.1 sound card.


You probably need to make sure the new sound card is properly installed. Check device manager and make sure the new sound card does not have a yellow exclamation mark next to it.

If the card and driver are propery installed, then you can either disable the onboard audio from BIOS (enter this when the computer first boots up by pressing either F2 or delete several times)

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And that should take care of it.

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