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video/sound card interference

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I installed an ISA Speedstar and disabled the video card on the motherboard. Now I get static when playing audio in DOS, and 16-bit audio doesn't work in Win'95 (just freezes the computer).
I've tried excluding a000-c7ff in emm386, and half a dozen other suggestions, but to no avail.
The latest drivers I just downloaded help none.
The video card on the motherboard doesn't do this.
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evil_ed earned 200 total points
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Hi there Rtewilliger ...

Sounds (haha sounds) like a io conflict on your system.
You should try to set your sound or video cards dma/irq to diffferent addresses because the conflict will be caused by one of these..

Please look for a conflicting settings and if you can't find any let us see what the settings are currently so we can share our thoughts.

best regards and good luck .. eddie
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