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packard bell sound144 amsp card - no audio?

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packard bell (Legend 436CDT) sound144 amsp card, with modem built in (AZTECH model built for Pack-Bell - no audio though no error messaages indicating a problem (modem doesn't work either)...upgraded to Win95 thought it would clear problem but...
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rmarotta earned 100 total points
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ral1rkh,
First of all, Windows95 won't repair a non-working soundcard, but there are a few things to check.
Since you upgraded to Win95, there should be a directory with your sound drivers already on the hard drive.
If so, look for a file called HWSET.EXE located there.
This is a Dos program for initializing the soundcard that lets you set all parameters for it. (port addresses, IRQs, etc.)
Let me know if you need more.
Regards,
Ralph

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