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Audio card won`t work under XP

I put up P II 333Mhz of some parts given to me by a friend. I think Mboard
is with BX chipset, and I bought some 256 SDRAM and an audio card with Opti 82c931 chip ( all of this parts were secondhand ) ,and made myself dual-
boot with W98 on C and XP on D partition. Also found drivers for audio card for
W98 on internet ( and it`s working fine ) but all the drivers I`ve tried for XP wo-
n`t produce anything but some hushed noise, and XP refuses to "see" the ca-
rd as mounted hardware. Card is in ISA slot, could that be the reason? Is the-
re any solution or workaround to this or should I simply throw in few more bu- cks and buy me some PCI audio card?

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Xp can cattier for some isa and eisa slots

but quite a long shot for the driver to be honest

price and time wise it would be best to get a new or even second hand pci card

sorry i cant help you any further on this but its the best option

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