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If there is a problem with the internals graphics "card", that may cause an externally installed card not to perform. In the BIOS of some machines there is an entry under the peripherals that states something along the lines of "Initiate graphics first", then allows you to select ONBOARD or PCI. If you have this, try setting it to PCI and checking again with the card in the express slot.
just make sure you have connected it properly and then connect the monitor wire to pci card ..thats it ..it has to work if it didnt work remove the battery in the motherboard and put it back again after 20 seconds..
hey try the removing cards..... window 7 may took up it best when no such changes are around.. ! Gb or 2 RAm is enough to get run your Win 7 and sound card is noot required untill you have 4 or more speakers
Please check your system's user's manual. It's likely it's got an integrated VGA card on the motherboard, which needs to be DISABLED in order to allow an external one (PCI, PCIe, etc) to work.
If you already have an external VGA card that was working, XP and Vista are very capable of detecting older video cards, and occasionally miss one or two during installation. This is fixed by running the Windows Update utility several times. Try that.
If that fails, I would suggest you try reinstalling the operating system, which, by the way, you haven't specified what it is.
I think you installed windows xp sp3, try re installing with windows xp sp2 because microsoft removed support for high definition audio in sp3 version of xp, if you dont want to re-install or you want to use sp3, download the high definition audio update (kb835221.exe).
document.write("Audio: Realtek* ALCxxx Driver")
Audio: Realtek* ALCxxx Driver (46976KB)
document.write("Installs the audio driver for Intel® Desktop Boards with Intel® High Definition Audio and the Realtek* codec. (WHQL certified)")
Installs the audio driver for Intel® Desktop Boards with Intel® High Definition Audio and the Realtek* codec. (WHQL certified)
You didnt say what operating system you are using. If you are using XP you may need to update xp then reinstall. DirectX 9 has to be installed before most of the newer sound drivers will even try to install. If your copy is XP or XP sp1 you probably just need to udate dx9