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Hi kamis_elsawy,

Without knowing what your sound card looks like, or understanding how to identfy a card, you can download a program that if the card is installed on your computer, the software will tell you what the card is. You can find this free software HERE.

Good Luck

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Posted on Jan 06, 2009

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