Motherboard - sound card ?

  [DELETED] 23:55 13 Nov 2003

I appreciate it sounds a silly question - if you knew how naive I am it would sound perfectly logical- Could anyone please tell me how to find if I have built in sound on my motherboard.

Thank you

  hugh-265156 00:01 14 Nov 2003

look at where your speakers are connected to

if they ate in a slot towards the bottom of the case and horizontal,chances are you have a soundcard.

if they are vertical and towards the top of the case,it may well be onboard.

aida32 personal etd will tell you what you have click here

install and click motherboard/motherboard and look for "intergrated devices" on the right or

click multimedia on the left and pci/pnp audio and it should say if you have a soundcard

  [DELETED] 00:02 14 Nov 2003

there will be 3 small round coloured sockets (or less)just below the other ports on the back of your computer.If you have a sound card it will be lower down in a PCI slot,like your modem

  hugh-265156 00:02 14 Nov 2003

ate = are

  [DELETED] 00:04 14 Nov 2003

blast! just 1 second slow!!

  [DELETED] 00:08 14 Nov 2003


Thanks a lot for your excellent reply. I have Aida installed, checked it, and the answer is no

Thanks a lot

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