on board sound card

  yorkieman 03:11 18 Jan 2009

hi can anyone advise please? i have an onboard sound card i have fitted a new card and want to disable the old one i disabled it in device manager but every time i log on it comes up found new hardware and askes if i want to install it. i went into the bios to see if i could dleate it but i dont know what i.m looking for any help please?

  britto 03:36 18 Jan 2009

in my bios it is under Integrated Peripherals and listed as HD Audio Controller

  ICF 07:16 18 Jan 2009

Disable the HD Audio Controller in the bios

  Pine Man 08:19 18 Jan 2009

Post the make of your BIOS.

  yorkieman 11:05 18 Jan 2009

hi how do i find that?

  Pine Man 11:10 18 Jan 2009

You say you went into BIOS. Do it again and on the first page at the top it will have a name like; Phoenix, Award or American Megatrends.

  User-312386 11:58 18 Jan 2009

Its normally in the intergrated peripherals section.

Disable onboard audio

  AndySD 12:32 18 Jan 2009

As you boot the pc tap away at Delete (the BIOS is often refered to as Setup. If you go into Windows you missed it) There may be a message on your screen as you turn th PC on telling you to use a different key than Delete.

  yorkieman 23:48 18 Jan 2009

hi sorry for the delay been out all day . the bios is phoenix award but i can't find hd audio controller

  yorkieman 23:57 18 Jan 2009

the only thing that say audio in intergrated peripherals is azalia audio and that is set to auto

  AndySD 08:10 19 Jan 2009

That is what you are looking for. Disable it.

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