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A white pci slot. There's usually 3 as the last of the slots, with only one notch in it. Either of these won't matter.

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2.Gently place the sound card on top of the slot. Line up the pins on the sound card with the slot and push the card down so that it sits in the slot. Be sure that the card is securely in the slot and pushed all the way in.
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Hy i'm Kabeer Khan for installing sound card it is first required AMR(Audio Modem Riser) slot on your motherboard. AMR slot is 64 pin very smal slot is like as PCI(Peripheral Compnent Interconnect) If it avialable then open your sound card and try to set your sound card. Remember one thing during installing card it must be considered that the cuts of slots should be matched according to your card alignment. After installing card bind you CPU and install driver that would be given with your sound card packet for this open conrol panel and found add hardware icon and double click on it then install driver from CD option would be selected and click next. When wizard is finished you will be able to use your sound card.
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