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August 19th, 1999, 02:34 PM
The easiest way to disable teh soudn portion is to go ahead and install the card as is. After Win9x boots up, go into Control Panel, System, and then Device Manager. Disable all the sound function...
March 12th, 1999, 06:43 PM
Well, technically, there ARE Linux drivers for you my friend. Note, these are reference drivers straight from Aureal, btu they might just make you happy enough to pee your pants.
March 12th, 1999, 06:36 PM
I don't think it's A3D. I have an A3D card and have yet to get a sound glitch in any game.
Try all the obvious stuff like updating your driver for the card, and updateing the game with the latest...
January 21st, 1999, 06:32 PM
In general, you can always disable it, install your own card, and use that instead. http://www.hardwarecentral.com/discussion/smile.gif
December 21st, 1998, 02:31 PM
There are indeed two different versions. If you paid for the 100Mhz version, and got the 66Mhz, you need to take it back. Take the email from AMD with you.
The reason for the two is for those...
December 8th, 1998, 06:56 PM
OKay, I hate to say it, but it is time to either shoot the GW2K, or give it to some needy kids. I have been replacing them for a number of people recently. The best you can beat out of it is 133MHz...
November 30th, 1998, 02:48 PM
Honestly, go for an AMD (also cheap) or Intel chip instead.
The Winchip loses alot in the name of compatability.
November 30th, 1998, 02:34 PM
Try your old drive in antoher system. If it is identified and works correctly there, then the IDE controller on you new MB is having a problem. If it does not work in another system, then your old...
November 30th, 1998, 02:30 PM
I am not sure about 3d Studio, but I run Photoshop 4 & 5 on my AMD K6-2 300. No problems.
November 20th, 1998, 06:30 PM
True, you will get a "cleaner" system. But, if you don't want to go through the hassle, email me for directions.
October 28th, 1998, 02:24 PM
Take a look at the Aureal cards. They have some tremendous sound, and a fair price. All PCI as well.
October 26th, 1998, 02:08 PM
Try a different sound card. Borrow one from a buddy and see how it goes wiht that one. It could be that the one you purchased is bad or is having compatibility problems.
October 12th, 1998, 05:43 PM
Okay, this is the best set of drivers I could find:
Your best bet is to wipe out ALL the old drivers and reinstall with the ones you find here.
October 12th, 1998, 01:03 PM
No boot? There must be another card in your system that is conflicting with it.
If it is a shutdown issue with WIN98, get the patch from PC Chips' web site. (www.pcchips.com.tw)
October 8th, 1998, 11:21 AM
I hate to say it, but the problem may not be with your drivers. It may lie in your CPU speed. Perhaps it can no longer keep up with the faster applications.
Do not resintall DX5. Generally, you...
October 6th, 1998, 11:10 AM
Check teh BIOS settings for the option to turn off the onboard sound chip. I have yet to see one that doesn't offer this option.
If you can't find it, disable it in WIN95/WIN98 and install a new...