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Mon May 16, 2005 4:26 pm Reply and quote this post
Ok, so I have a Realtech AC'97 inbuilt onto the mainboard of the computer I built last year, and I cant figure out how to get the XP to detect it AFTER XP has been installed, as when I installed XP I added a Creative PCI sound card (as my integrated one wouldnt work in mandrake or fedora), and now I cant seem to activate the integrated one and I have removed the creative PCI one... XD

anyone know any possible fixes?

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Mon May 16, 2005 5:33 pm Reply and quote this post
Motherboard name?

Also, try Gentoo or SuSE Linux. Those have a much broader hardware compatiblity than Mandrake or Fedora.

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Tue May 17, 2005 3:17 am Reply and quote this post
No, I'm running XP on this system (for now) and im trying to get it working on XP.
Anyway, all im trying to do is do something to make the OS realise that there is a sound card.. until then I will have to use my PCI one. :(
And er.. as for the mainboard, http://kahrn.freeserverhost.net/hardware/f...nboard(map).jpg

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Sat May 28, 2005 8:06 am Reply and quote this post
hm.. I fixed it. Just had to remove the old one and re-enable the onboard one with the bios.. XD
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