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Help My current mother board only has 1 connector for audio outputs from a CD+RW burner.or CD-ROM I would like to take away the CD-ROM and replace it with a new DVD burner and attach the audio cable to o the initial CD+Rw If I burn on that burner DVD still contain sound when I move them to a player?

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My only sulutionis to buy a external sound card that has 2 sound ports on cd in aux in place the cd+rw on the cd aux in and have the dvd burner on cd in disable on board sound for the external sound card to have the IRQ setting of the on board sound card the best soundcard to go for is soundblaster live or any one in this range as you are going to play dvds on pc the best program for this is Powerdvd from Cyberlink

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