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On the motherboard the built-in audio card draws power directly from the motherboard and the audio card does not require a separate power connector.

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Where is the video card located at in the box?


Some machines have the video built into the motherboard.
Best way to tell is look at the Video port on the back of the machine.
(Where the monitor cable plugs in)
If the Video connection point is in within a card slot it is easy to spot what position and where. If the Video connection port is in line with the motherboard. It is built into said motherboard. And yes if you have an available slot open you could upgrade the video should it be built into the motherboard.
Here is a link for slot types
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Hope this helps.

May 24, 2014 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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Where is sound card located


Hello there,
The sound card is located at the back part of the motherboard. It is connected by a flexi ribbon. Then it sits on a tray spot on the back of the casing. It has the 3.5mm pin prongs port on it, with a mic port. That is the sound card.
Hope this was helpful to you. Goodluck Elect_Comp

Sep 02, 2011 | Gateway 831GM PC Desktop

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I reformatted my pc but i dont have any sound card driver,when i click the volume control it says that there's no active mixer devices installed..how can i get the driver?can i get it thru net?


yes, you can downlaod it through the internet. i can also find the link for you, however i need some information.

*do you have a sound card or is it built into the motherboard (if its built in, the speaker ports will be next to usb plugs and ethernet connections... if you have a sound card, then it will be on an expansion slot, located below the motherboard i/o)

*what is the brand of the motherboard or sound card. if you dont know, just tell me the make and model of the computer

Jun 07, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I installed new XP on my comp. and cant get to the internet ... shows that there is connection but cant get in .... and internet explorer say what you can try ... Diagnose Connection Problem ... then it...


hi! I think u need to install drivers in your PCI internet/LAN Card or built-in LAN
Please check the brand of Motherboard if it is built-in or the PCI Card Brand. and browse it in the net with another PC with the NET connection, to the manufacturer websites. and search it with corresponding model of the motherboard or the PCI Card. and download the Driver's and save to USB and paste it to ur PC and install it.
if this tips is helpful. please rate it. thank you.

Feb 21, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I have no sound can you help on this


Hi!

You never mentioned if you are using a built in on your motherboard or a sound card hardware...

Anyways... If you are using a built in sound card, make sure it is enable on your CMOS/BIOS setup.. And you have installed the right driver for your sound card from the cd driver of your motherboard...

And if you are using a pci sound card, please check if its properly seated on the motherboard (better if you disconnect the sound card from the motherboard... clean its contact point... and insert it properly on the motherboard)...See the model of your sound card... download the latest driver from the internet and install it.
If this still did not work, better check on the device manager if the sound card is properly installed, if its not it should have a yellow question mark attached to the sound/multimedia devices..

You can also check if windows xp keeps on detecting windows compatible sound driver..how? first, shutdown your computer.. disconnect your sound card from the motherboard...turn on computer..Right click on My Computer and click properties...Select Hardware and click Device Manager...on the View menu click devices by type...double click the "sound, video and game controllers"....if you don't see from the list the model of your sound card, then try disabling or uninstalling the listed audi driver and or multimedia devices..shutdown your computer..

Now connect your sound card to your motherboard.. turn on the computer..System will detect and add new hardware for your sound card.... install the driver... restart your computer and hear if it makes a log on sounds..

Hope this instruction help you.


Much appreciated if you rate this solution.. thanks..


May 26, 2010 | Audio Players & Recorders

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I cant fins my sound card location!!


The sound-card is "integrated" into the motherboard.
Look on the outside of your computer for the green sockets
(pink, blue, green).
Connect a microphone to the PINK.
Connect your speakers to the GREEN.
Connect your iPod to the BLUE (to use your computer's speakers to play the tunes).

Sep 19, 2009 | Acer Computers & Internet

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My tower comes on but i cant see anything on the screen. sometimes it works but most of the time i see nothing except a box that says monitor is working, check pc.


the graphics card in your pc maybe loose. the grapics card is located where you plug your vga/dvi connection in to the back of the tower. If you slide open the town you will see the graphics card in a brown slot beside the white PCI slots. check if it is secure.

Also the vga/dvi cable maybe faulty try a different cable.

Aug 06, 2009 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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What is the sound card and where is it


The sound card is more often than not integrated into your motherboard, check your device manager and you will probably have a realtek sound card. If so it is integrated, the only ones that arent are the Turtle Beach and Creative Labs Soundblaster models which are PCI expansion cards plugged into the motherboard. Ive never heard of manufactured computers using a soundcard that isnt integrated unless you paid for that upgrade.

Jul 15, 2009 | HP Compaq Computer Speakers

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Cant get sound card working in Windows XP Pro 64 bit


Go to Add/Remove Programs and uninstall the software related to your soundcard.

Go to Device Manager and remove the sound card it is the device that has an exclamation point or question mark.

Turn off your PC and remove the Card. Then turn it back on again and enter the BIOS setup and disable the built in sound card of your motherboard then press F10 and save the changes.

Restart your computer and verify that windows is not going to scan for missing devices. Check the Device Manager again and look for any devices that has an exclamation point or question mark. If there is none. Turn off your computer put the sound card back in and turn it on again. Put in the CD Driver but exit on the autorun let windows detect the card automatically and wait for it to ask for the location of the drivers. Point or browse to the driver location and let the installation finish and click on ok. Your PC may ask for another restart do that turn on your speaker and listen for the boot up sound if your hear it then your card is now working.


Jan 23, 2009 | Biostar P4TPT - Motherboard

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Reinstalled xp...n now sound card doesnt work...


Please open the CPU door and check the model of the sound card and searching the sound drivers to internet.

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