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Old 03-01-2005, 01:02 AM   #1 (permalink)
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how do i find out what type of sound card i have?
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motherboard manual?
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Could you please fix these specs. it would be helpful with your questions (like the farcry one).

unless I am just reading them wrong, it would be impossible for this computer to function.... normally, if at all.

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-Ultra Cilyte 92xx case w/liquid warming
-10kb RAM at 10mhz
-Plasma 2fx20 motherboard
-nWilmia X200 video card
-5mb HDD at 1000 mph
-3" CGI Viewplasma LCD screen
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lol those specs are only a joke

my real system specs are

AMD 64 2800+
80gb 7200rpm ATA 100 hd
Gigabyte nForce3 250 motherboard
eVGA 6600gt
512mb pc3200 400mHz ram
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lol those specs are only a joke

my real system specs are

AMD 64 2800+
80gb 7200rpm ATA 100 hd
Gigabyte nForce3 250 motherboard
eVGA 6600gt
512mb pc3200 400mHz ram

I was not sure if they where really a joke because you are a newB. Even though the liquid 'warming' should have given it away I didn't want to insult your intelligence by asking. Also cuz of your newB status, I was not sure if you knew the difference between a kilobyte, megabyte and gigabyte.

p.s. correcting your specs would be greatly appreciated.


-My Specs-

-Ultra Cilyte 92xx case w/liquid warming
-10kb RAM at 10mhz
-Plasma 2fx20 motherboard
-nWilmia X200 video card
-5mb HDD at 1000 mph
-3" CGI Viewplasma LCD screen
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-My real Specs-

AMD 64 2800+
80gb 7200rpm ATA 100 hd
Gigabyte nForce3 250 motherboard
eVGA 6600gt
512mb pc3200 400mHz ram
19" Viewsonic CRT



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Stop post whoring

Their's 3 ways, one is windows device manager under control panel > system > hardware > device manager

2: Have some sort of memory of what you have purchased

3: Look at the name of the chipset

4: Use a program like everest home edition to tell you everything you wanted to know about your computer and more.
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Agreed. If you can't tell from the device manager, take a look at look at the inside of your computer. First find the earphone/speaker jacks on your computer (if you have none, you probably don't have a sound card at all). Keeping those jacks in mind, look inside your computer. If the jacks are connected to a card, you can remove the card and try to find identifying markings on the board. If the jacks look like they're connected to the motherboard, the best bet would be to consult the mother board manual or the website of the company that makes it.
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