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You need to make sure first that the driver with you is compatible to your computer os. checks also its requirements. disable the other soundcard first. thereafter, you open a slot usually found at the back of the cpu. insert the card onto the pci (white) and then connect its small cable from aux to cd rom. then update the driver of the new found hardware device.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
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