Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Well, you have to go on BIOS, (and see if onboard audio) is on, if is a external sound card, try to put in another PCI slot, but first:
1) Uninstall all sound drivers, from ADD/REMOVE programs
2) shutdown you PC, open it, and change the sound card to another PCI slot.
3) Turn on your PC, and be ready with your drivers, for your particular sound card, and install it.
thats it, is the best bet, for sound.
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
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