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HIDDEN SETTINGS FOR PHOENIX NOTEBIOS 4.0 RELEASE 6

TO ENABLE SOUNDCARD SIS7012

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You need to check the drivers for the card. Go to START, CONTROL PANEL,SOUNDS AND AUDIO DEVICES right click on the audio device and pick properties, it should show as enebled. If you can't see the device in the dialogue boxes then this suggest that the driver isn't installed. Then download "DRIVER MAX" and this will find all devices and download the best driver for them.

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  • Compaq (1992)
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How to restore sound to your laptop


INSTRUCTIONAL STEPS
  • Click on the "Start" button. This button can be found in the bottom-left corner of your computer screen.
  • 2 Clickon "Control Panel" to open to change the functionality of yourcomputer. The Control Panel is where you make changes to theappearance, functionality, add/remove programs, and set up networkconnections.
  • 3 Select "Hardware and Sound" from the list of options within Control Panel.
  • 4 Select "Manage Audio devices" from the "Sound" section on that screen
  • 5 Click on the icon for your computer's soundcard. This is usually indicated by the name "Internal Speaker and Headphone."
  • 6 Clickthe "Properties" tab to view the various settings for that device, thenselect "Use this device(enable)" in the "Device Usage" box. Yourcomputer soundcard's audio should now be restored.
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    • Phoenix 4 release 6 (User)
    • Gateway Solo - Phoenix 4.0 release 6
    • Toshiba
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    In order to use these two programs you will need toboot into DOS from a Windows 98 disk or create a DOS boot disk that you can burnto CD or copy to a flash drive. If you don't know how to do this, thenpost back and I can post further instructions.

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