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I must write again, because my conection is fall.
Upgrade bios first time is very hard, and upgrade bios is always dengerous.
First read from the site what you give with upgrade bios, and read all about upgrade.
The best solution is upgrade from the floppy, because you can save present bios, if something move bad.
In some case some part of motherboar isn¨t compatible with win. xp, and upgrade bios is solution for some bug on motherboard (broken sound, better CPU, better grafik card,ide and usb ).
It is question can you give anithing with upgrade bios in your case.
But if you want upgrade, do this:
X:\hv86ap15bi.exe (X - name drive in comp. from you boot )
Than upgrade give you a possibility to save your present bios, if you have a floppy save to them.
When you save or not bios then go far, and when is done you need to restart you comp.
Okay, has the SCSI system been setup properly? you must adjust some hardware settings to tell the computer what device is the end of the string, and if it is not configured correctly, you won't be able to use some or all of the SCSI hardware. I would check all hardware settings and BIOS settings before attempting that again. **WARNING** Do NOT open your computer unless you are properly grounded to your computer via ESD Bracelet. any static that is discharged (Usually you don't even see or feel) can damage computer components. Please use extreme caution when working inside a computer.
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Do you have the original drivers?
do you know what sound hardware you have( check the system in the control panel)
Or if you need it immediately, use a generic windows driver( when it asks you what driver you want to update to, choose from the list; it will show some generic driver)
question. do you have a PC runnig windows, apple, linux, solaris?
is it an internal sound card, or you upgraded it ?
if you did upgraded it, you need to get into your bios, and choose the option to disable the internal sound card( usually it tels you when you boot, it say press "xxxxx" for BIOS. be careful what you do in there.
hope this works, otherwise, clarify some more.