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> Sound Card Not Detected, Mandrake can'[t find my soundcard
Jonno
post Aug 1 2003, 04:40 PM
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I'm having problems, Mandrake can't find my sound card, I think it's a sound blaster (I forgot) but not a Live! Either a 32 or 64
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hughesjr
post Aug 2 2003, 04:57 PM
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If it is an ISA card (not PCI) then it may be hard to detect ....

If it is a removable card, remove it and write down the model number from the card and post it .... then we can figure out a course of action ... be as specific as you can...(for example, ct4790 ... AWE64 Gold, etc)


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post Aug 3 2003, 10:22 AM
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Hmm, my startup has been saying something about ISA, so that could be the problem. I'll see if I can do that smile.gif
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