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Can not install built in audio

After installing win XP or any other audio card... may be I think the board it self is damage . . . . or might try vista . . . . do not know I tried win XP 4 times did not work as soon as I enable or try to install audio drivers for the built in audio device the display went off and also damage the windows it self.... and then if i add new audio card it does the same.... may be video card is damage too or may be the board itself.....

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Disable the old audio card in bios before attempting to install a new sound card.

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