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I can not make my computer recognize the sound blaster card that i have put in. i have installed the drivers but no result. i get sound from the original motherboard jack but when i connect it to the sound blaster it doens't make any sound.

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Hi,

  • Reseat your sound-blaster card.
  • Close the tower and turn on your computer.
  • Then reset your Bios.
  • Then save and restart.
  • Uninstall the old drivers.
  • Click Here to Install the drivers from the Website.
  • Then Restart the computer.

If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks,
PREM

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