How do i disable my old sound card in bios...

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richenstony
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How do i disable my old sound card in bios...

Post by richenstony » Tue Jun 12, 2007 6:48 pm

I have been on many fourms , and i have tryed myself to disable my relteck soundcard under bios but the truth is i havent got a clue on how to disable it and im worried if i do , my 5.1 sondcard still wont work......


I am running windows x-p and , i have a 5.1 trust external soundcard..... with 5.1 philips sound surround speakers , a few days ago they where working fine , i havent changed any settings and the speakers are 100% not broken and the soundcard is not on mute either .

I think its because i need to disable the old sound in bios ... i have had this problem before but it wasnt permnant like this the sound came bk after a few hours , can someone please help many thanks.

For the reocrd , i have tryed myself for the last 6 days to try and get this working its only now i have plucked up the corage to ask for pro help.

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Post by KenH » Wed Jun 13, 2007 5:27 pm

Most of the motherboards I've worked on with onboard sound, the way to
disable it is usually with a jumper setting on the board itself...
You may need to tell us what board you have so we can advise on what
can be done...

minager
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Re: How do i disable my old sound card in bios...

Post by minager » Sat Aug 11, 2007 8:33 am

go to bios settings, under advance disable your on board audio. save ur sttings before exitting

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