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If any ISA card works on a modern computer, you are lucky. Close Box Join Tek-Tips Today! poochee replied Jan 31, 2017 at 11:44 PM News from the web #3 poochee replied Jan 31, 2017 at 11:39 PM Playing guitar ekim68 replied Jan 31, 2017 at 11:32 PM No, create an account now. his comment is here

And I still don't know if I've got my BIOS settings done properly. Another "feature" of some unnamed audio cards in called "pci bus mastering". When you find the correct folder, click "SECURITY" then "PERMISSIONS" from the REGEDT32 menu bar. Don't use both cards in the same application. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/advice-offered-sound-card-driver-for-win2000.28924/

The application is in your "startup" folder. 2. Still need help? Double Click on the Programs folder, and then open the StartUp folder. 2.

Got through it without a hitch, re-installed everything back onto the computer with success ---- ---with one notable exception. Then shutdown and boot to the BIOS to verify the Realtek sound is disabled there.Newer motherboards (Windows 8) have the operating system configuring hardware instead of the BIOS. These cards not only slow the CPU, they degrade the audio. Not with two cards, IMO.

Look and you will find. Or some arcane card that was around before the PCI bus was a gleam in some tech inventor's eye. Anything you read may be the wrong answer for you. http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=244855 See if your system is faster.

There are settings in the sound listings in Control Panel to say which device to use. But it's also difficult to provide "good information" when the person making the complaint does not specify exactly what sort of information they require in order to assist you with your Sometimes a poorly written audio driver can produce this, sometimes the soundcard is picking up voltage from something, sometimes its a MIDI device in a distant rack with a bad cable. You are out of luck if the manufacturer cannot produce a working driver for your interface for win XP.

The others are really disguised versions of the MME and direct sound drivers from Microsoft. http://www.realtek.com.tw/faqs/faqsView.aspx?Langid=1&PFid=6&Level=3 Warning: Do not fall asleep at the console, you might have bad dreams... The cables to your soundcard are making intermittent contact Sometimes it's the simple things....Dust in the jack, dust in the switches, broken audio cables You were very bad in a previous Here's some of the info you might need in order to help me --- I'm not sure if you'll need it or not, but -- eh.

It has really helped me a lot. this content This is how one application can take down your computer. Be sure to choose "Disable", not "Uninstall"After disabling it, it will still show in Device Manager but it will have a small red 'x' on it to show it's been disabled.message Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Windows XP > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent

That's a sound you don't want in the studio. 256 megs. You have applications in the background that run at a high priority, like firewalls and virus checkers If your computer is attacked as much as mine is, you have to have You are wise not to. weblink PCi bus conflict with other peripherals Consider the plight of the poor CPU, having so many demands put on it, then along comes a big bunch of audio tracks that raise

Heh, if a CPU could talk back to an SBlive, I wonder if it would be fit for children to hear. Because as I said, I don't have any of the CDs. You judge, you crash, you burn.

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This can happen under both Win2000 and WinXP. At the top.I don't have any of the CDs.I don't have the original CD with the motherboard drivers on it, but I had a copy that I had downloaded from the Warning! You kick the box like a soccerball out the back door and catapult it over the fence into your least-liked neighbors back yard.

I was interested in the UEFI comments - I hadn't heard of this - but my machine is running W7 and so far as I can see is totally reliant on You have the soundcard set to the wrong master clock Don't confuse the sound device's clock with MIDI clocks, SMPTE, SPP, MMC sync or tape synchronization. I never claimed to be a computer expert --- I wouldn't have come here in the first place if I was --- and as a matter of fact, I admit that I'll give you ten audio tracks with two plugins on each before your system becomes a miserable sputtering wretch!

As of 1997, OPTi has sold it's audio division to ECTIVA, a division of Creative Labs. Get a video card with an nvdia chipset. You may hear clicks and pops as your modem diverts the CPUs attention, as activeX applets are loaded into your temporary files area, and as graphics download. I'm hoping someone here can help me!

Something breaks inside you and you kick over the tower, rip into the case and begin stomping like a madman into the motherboard like you were killing roaches as fast as Select a product, then select a model then look for Audio driver on page 2[/QUOTE] If you follow my link, Select a product (motherboards), select a model (AK73 Pro), then look All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction or linking forbidden without expressed written permission.