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> Turtle Beach Santa Cruz Sound Card, Can't get it to work.
post Mar 21 2005, 07:04 PM
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Whats this Lie-nix Thing?

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I'm using FC3 and I have a Turtle Beach Santa Cruz soundcard and I can't hear any sounds, but when I open up Soundcard Detection It plays the test sound just fine. I also have the AC97 Audio controller on my motherboard, and I can't hear the test sound on that one when I plug speakers into it. At this point I don't care which one I use as long as one of them works. Under the soundcard detection screen AC97 is always the primary device even when I try to change it. It seems like if I could make Santa Cruz the primary device it would work. Any ideas?
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post Mar 22 2005, 04:32 AM
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you should check if the volume is turned all the way up.

or not muted

Robert B

ps. if not muted try muting it and then turn it all the way up, what happens?

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