Tom on Thu, 22 Jun 2000 18:55:03 -0400 (EDT)

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[PLUG] Sound problems

I have a home system that was "designed for windows 95" The 
sound card is built into the mother board. In the BIOS there is an 
option to disable the sound card that is on the board. 

I can not get the sound to work under Linux. I had the same 
problem getting the PNP modem to work and just went out and 
bought a external modem that fixed the problem for me. 

My question is: Can I just buy a sound card, disable the onboard 
current sound and get it to work with Linux? 

Any suggestions on what card I should buy or what to look for in a 
sound card?


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