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Do you have to alter jumpers to fit a sound card

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I HAVE INTALLED DELTA M AUDIO SOUND CARD AND WANT TO DISABLE THE ONBOARD SOUND CARD, HOW CAN I FIX THIS PROBLEM

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No, you just have to disable the onboard sound card by going into the device manager and right click on whatever sound device is listed then click on disable. when you install your new sound card its software will install it's drivers and away you go.
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