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Best of 1999: Enabling sound through Windows NT

Ever had trouble configuring sound cards to work with Windows NT? Check out AdminRepublic's fifth most read story of 1999 for help!


Have you ever had trouble configuring sound cards to work with Windows NT? You’re not alone. Many highly skilled Windows NT experts are unfamiliar with the procedure behind installing sound drivers because they've never had to do it. Fortunately, adding sound isn't difficult—you just have to know where to look.

TechRepublic's Brien Posey developed a simple, step-by-step guide for network and system administrators experiencing trouble with the configuration process. See why Enabling sound through Windows NT ranks as the fifth most popular piece of 1999 in AdminRepublic.
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