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Sound cards will a computer Pentium 2 be damaged with 2 sound cards installed on the bus?

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Re: sound cards

No it will not be damaged because of 2 sound cards.The computers will detect them both.

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just check whether u r windows XP service pack 2 is installed or not
later on uninstall all sound card drivers in the device manager and reboot the machine then it should detect u r sound card then install drivers and plz unplug the cables behind sound card after u install sound card drivers u plug the speaker cable to green colour wave out of the sound card

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If No sound
Try this solution :

- Make sure the speakers are connected, powered, and turned up.
- Make sure the volume is up and not muted in the Windows volume control and Windows sound mixer.
- Make sure sounds are enabled in the Multimedia/Sounds applet in Control Panel.
- Check audio connectors. Make sure they are in the right jacks and free from damage.
- Run SFC.
- Check Device Manager for an installed sound card.
- Install or reinstall the sound driver.
- Try a known good sound card.
- Update your soundcard driver from internet, you can check

If Bad sound
Try this solution :

- Check the audio connectors. Make sure they are in the right jacks and free from damage.
- Run SFC.
- Enable or disable digital sound playback in the sound card properties in Device Manager.
- Check to see if the sound card is next to the video card. If so, try separating them.
- Reinstall the sound driver.
- Check for a BIOS update. Some BIOS updates allow a computer to run cooler, especially laptops.




You can install your sound card from the mainboard cd that came with your laptop or computer.


All the best

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Hi, sounds like 2 things, one the drivers have been uninstalled or faulty sound card. Only way anyone can provide you with the drivers is by opening up the machine and giving us details on the model of sound card. or onboard sound. If you have them please repost and i will get you them.. Regards John

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