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sanuk09
post Jan 23 2003, 10:59 AM
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Hey I was wondering if anyone knew of a driver for a
diamond monster sound mx 300 sound card
or any way I can get it working.
Thanks
Ryan

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Corey
post Jan 24 2003, 08:33 AM
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Check out this website, it has information on installing that sound card chipset in linux. The Vortex drivers should work. There are a listing for the chipset on Alsa Project Homepage, however, there is a question mark next to this card because it was made by Aureal who are now backrupt.


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