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By johnyray_2000 ·
what is the best way to delete onboard sound to use another sound board ie m99e motherboard and maxi isis sound

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by opatzg In reply to to sound or not to sound

looked around a bit for the motherboard but did not find any m99e's. Do you know who makes it? Anyway normally there is a jumper which must be installed to shut onboard sound off. You should also disable in bios, and remove all instances of it inthe device manager. Shut down, reboot with everything sound wise off, shut down again and install new sound card. Good Luck

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by Kahless1972 In reply to to sound or not to sound

you may also want to look into the bios under intergrated peripherals and didable it there if possible.Sorry my typing sucks today

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by TheChas In reply to to sound or not to sound

In device manager, select the sound device, and click on remove.
Repeat as needed for related devices.

Go to add/remove programs, and remove any listed programs that are directly related to the sound card.

Shut down the PC.

If there is a jumper on the motherboard, set it to the disable position. (not as common as it used to be)

Boot up, enter BIOS setup, and disable the sound device.

Boot into Windows, and verify that there are no conflicts or errors from the removal of the sound device.

Shut down.

Shut off, or unplug the PC.

Select a slot, and install the sound card.
(verify that you do not need to install the driver before installing the hardware)

Boot up, and follow the card mfgs instructions for installing the driver.

Chas

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