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No onboard sound after video install

Installation of ATI video card with DVI connector knocks out onboard sound. No sound connector on video card. Only "disable" and "auto" options available for sound on MB BIOS. Cannot "enable" with BIOS. Video Card is Hp 5188-1678 RV370XT Video Card: http://www.ascendtech.us/hp-5188-1678-rv370xt-video-card_i_vcrv370xt256vtd.aspx Best driver I could find using XP pro is ATI Radeon X300/X550/X1050 Series. Is there a better driver that will not cut out onboard sound?

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SOURCE: Disabling Onboard Video

no you dont need the jumpers or some from there...just before booting your OS,go into the bios field.
there you will find the option you must set to disable.
the exact point youll find it I cant tell you because bios are different from board to board..depending of the manufacturer..just surf the bios,youll find it and disable it
good luck bye

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I have a Geforce Graphic's card it was working a few weeks ago but now my system aint detecting it now.

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SOURCE: Added nvidea 9300 GS card and Audio devices disappeared

shouldn't be tied together. find your onchip audio drivers from either your motherboard manufacturers website or your motherboard disk if you have one. what does your control panel -> sound and audio devices look like?

Posted on Dec 19, 2008

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Hi,
To answer your question in short: If your video card and monitor drivers are installed correctly and you are able to adjust the resolution to 1640x1050 in your settings then your card and monitor are able to handle that resolution.
Remember that at higher resolutions your display card performance might become very slow.]
This is due to your BIOS shared memory being only 64Mb.
To get better performance you will have to upgrade your display card to one with more memory. ie. 256Mb. or more.
Best of luck.
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