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2 sound cards

mrdj204
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Posted on 08-07-07 08:45
im trying to use my soundcard that a recently bought, and the soundcard built into my motherboard. but when i put the on e i bought in, it disables the other, is there a way to use both??

thx in advance




Edited by mrdj204 on 08-07-07 16:51
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RE: 2 sound cards

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Posted on 09-07-07 15:00
Why would you need the old (built-in) one?
tho the new Sound cards are 7.1 channels, etc...
But i think its difficult to do this (if possible) and may conflict...

it also depends on what chipset you use.




Edited by mido on 09-07-07 20:06
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RE: 2 sound cards

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Posted on 09-07-07 19:35
i also don't understand why you'd want to... surely the newer ones much better.


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Posted on 09-07-07 22:36
lukem_95 wrote:
i also don't understand why you'd want to... surely the newer ones much better.


Try, different.

I have no solution for your problem though. Surely google can help?

http://www.google.nl/search?q=using+two+soundcards



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