Fitting a soundcard

  boxclever 19:00 20 May 2004
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Please help, I am not very technical. My speaker connection is loose causing a crackling sound. The soundcard is part of the motherboard. If I install a new plug and play soundcard and connect my speaker jack there will this override the original. All suggestions welcome.

  Gaz 25 19:08 20 May 2004

To fit a new sound card choose a PCI sound card you wish to fit, almost any will do.


1. Prepare, and earth yourself on radiator or use antistatic wriststrap.


2. Open PC up


3. Remove a spare slot cover for a PCI slot on the PC case.


4. Insert sound card firmly but carefully into the PCI slot, image: click here


5. Then ensure fully flush, and screw in.


6. Put PC case back on.


7. Then in the BIOS disable the on-board audio in the Peripherals area.


8. Then in windows, install the drivers for your new Card.

  boxclever 19:18 20 May 2004

Couldn't ask for anything clearer than that. Help much appreciated.

  Gaz 25 19:23 20 May 2004

It's fine, it's what I come on here for. To help you guys.

I try to make my posts as clear as possible, thanks for your appreciation.

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