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Sound card problem

Hi ,
i have a problem wid sound card . its work good but i cant shutdown my computer.
when i shutdown my pc its turn on it self .
if i take sound card out then i can shut it down.

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This sounds like a driver issue. Make sure you have the correct drivers use the autoupdate software to get the latest drivers or go to the following link for manual downloads.

Creative Software AutoUpdate currently supports Windows® 98 or higher with Microsoft® Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher. Windows Vista is currently not supported.

Posted on Jan 29, 2009

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