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  • ck3k
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    Ya try to help the old ladie across the street, but if you go near her she pulls a 12 gauge on ya....something like that....

    /me looks over at his audigy...notes that his card works in windows, and quits caring.

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  • KeLviN
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    Originally posted by puckhead
    But thanks for playing.
    since YOU are the one lookin for help, ck3k might not need the sarcasim.....

    just a thaught.

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  • highwizard
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    Originally posted by puckhead
    I'll give that a try. If that doesn't work, I'm going to toss this card out. It really didn't cost me anything so its no big deal. As far as the icons on my toolbar and in control panel, any suggestions as to how I get rid of them?

    Thanks for the help
    Lesson Learned: You get what you pay for.

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  • Clp727
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    You could check to see if your motherboard is configured properly. Check to see if the jumper/dip switch settings are correct. If there is an on board sound card you will need to disable it. Another possibility, some sound cards require speakers that have their own power supply. I believe Creative SoundBlaster speakers are like that.

    Just a thought. Good luck!

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  • puckhead
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    I'll give that a try. If that doesn't work, I'm going to toss this card out. It really didn't cost me anything so its no big deal. As far as the icons on my toolbar and in control panel, any suggestions as to how I get rid of them?

    Thanks for the help

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  • puckhead
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    Since the only thing you suggested is something I've already done. (that would be solution #2), nothing you suggested is of any help. But thanks for playing.

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  • ck3k
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    1. this is now win help hotline

    2. pull out your card, look at what chip it uses to drive the audio, attempt to find drivers for the chip.

    3.buy a better, less crappy card.

    4.dont use windows

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  • puckhead
    started a topic Driver issues

    Driver issues

    I recently made the mistake of buying a cheap sound card. After attempting to install the drivers that came with it I realizes that the drivers are not compatible with Win 2000. I went to the mfg. web site and downloaded drivers that allegedly worked with 2000, they didn't. It did however manage to install some sort of audio software that embeded an icon into my control panel and toolbar. When I click on either icon nothing happens. When I try to uninstall, nothing happens. I want to rid myself of the software and both of the icons but can't. Any suggestions?
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