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Topic Title: OT: Bad Sound
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Created On: 04/11/2004 06:57 PM
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 04/11/2004 06:57 PM
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I appologize for the off-topic post, but I had really no where else to post it.
I just upgraded my PC soundcard from the onboard audio on my ABIT NF7 to a Gaindward Hollywood@Home 7.1 Sound Card. All went well with the installation of the hardware and drivers. I cranked my volume up to max and tried to listen to some music but my crappy speakers (which were at least listen-able-to before) are now quiet as a whisper. I plan on upgrading my speaker system on Friday but I would like to be able to listen to something other than headphones (yes my headset sounds just fine).

Heres my specs:
WIN200 Pro
AMD XP 2600+ (stock)
768 MB DDR400
Gainward Hollywood@Home 7.1 SoundCard

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated, and again sorry for the off-topic post,


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