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How to manually disable internal sound card

Is there a way to disable the internal sound card

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If you go to your control panel and choose sound you can disable it.

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SOURCE: I am running a new usb sound card on my fujitsu n6410

go to the device manager by going into the control panel and double clicking on system then the hardware tab then device manager

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hi shreyash, do you having on board audio card mean go to bios and check weather you have disable , if it was disable mean enable it.

If you using internal or external sound card mean, go to bios Disable your onboard audio card , so only your internal or external sound card will work.

And i will give original Asus mn2 motherboard driver , install it and check it once. copy and paste the link i have given below

http://www.asus.com/product.aspx?P_ID=0pKBwEIE8tqMT4j7

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After page get loaded scroll down, click download in tab and select your OS and download your Drivers.

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Well, you don't loose your sound, you loose your sound card setup and driver, you need to reinstall the audio card in another slot PCI, ( if is a external sound card) and install again the sound card drivers. If is internal sound, onboard audio, you need to go into BIOS and disable, and reenable the audio card, and reinstall the drivers. it should work

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At the boot process press key F2 in order to get into the bios settings. Here you will find "Integrated Devices" select this line with the cursor keys (up and down) and press enter (or spacebar).
On the new panel locate the option "sound". It must be marked as ON state. With the cursor keys (left and right) or + / - change the state at OFF. Press escape to exit from this pane, and escape again to exit the bios. At the prompt panel that appears select "save changes and exit" and press enter. Your Dell is going to reboot now with the internal sound card in disabled state.

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Forget Sharp's defective speakers. Connect your sound output to powered stereo speakers and disable the internal speakers (look through the TV's menu). The operator's manual explains how to disable the internal speakers. You'll be able to control the sound normally (mute, volume) with a remote control.
I connected my stereo output (2 RCA plugs) to an old boom-box and I get better sound than with Sharp's built-in speakers.

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go to the device manager by going into the control panel and double clicking on system then the hardware tab then device manager

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I’ve never tried using an external USB sound card before but apparently they are available. As far as disabling your existing sound card, check in the BIOS (Setup Menu <F2>). It is also possible to disable under “Device Manager”. Here’s a link to service and owner’s manual for your model: http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/ins6400/en/index.htm




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