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Asound Plus conflicting w/ modem

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by:cmcgee
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I would try moving the modem to a different Irq and keep the Sound card set on Irq 5

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sounds like a IRQ or IO prob
try looking in your bios some system set your irq if i t is dis able this. go into windows try setting the modem to a diferant irq .also check you device manager to make sure your IO is not conflicting this some times takes some doing you might have to
change another device's irq to make this work lets hope this is not the case and your system has an open irq waiting for you!
 

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by:khannavy
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thanks for the suggestion... I did check the device manager and remove the modem. but, still it was conflicting. When, I tried to changed the setting manually.. it would not let me... so, I deleted the modem out and then re-configured the sound card. It let me make the changes,. After that, It installed the modem and let me configured that. So, all is working now...

thanks again all......
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