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Audio problem Whenever I plug in my NC100 Network Everywhere v2.1 network card into any pci slot my audio crackles whenever a wav file is played including window2000's bootup theme song (that's how I know the problem is there initially before any drivers are loaded for the card). I unplugged all peripherals except the hard drive and the problem is definitely caused by the card only. I remove the card and the audio is fine. Other than that everything works fine. I can connect to the internet with the card. CD audio has no problems coming from the drive using an analog audio cable plugged directly into the on board sound card. When I checked the resources used by all the devices it looks like many devices are sharing IRQ 11 including the network card and the on board audio.

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  • Ed Isak Sep 02, 2008

    It's a soyo 5ssm with on board video and sound card

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  2. Remove the cover from your computer. There are normally a number of screws on the outside of the case to remove. Put the screws someplace where they won't wander off.
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