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Old 06-07-2008, 01:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok im sure this is a quick fix but dont know how to do it..........

Basically just bought a new pc ready built, it had onboard hi-def sound but i installed my own X-fi card.
Installed that and it works perfectly, however every time i boot the pc up i get to the desktop and get a message in the system tray saying new hard ware found and its trying to install my onboard sound but ive already got my sound sorted, so how do i stop that?

I looked in BIOS but cant see anything to do with onboard sound.

sorted it now.
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