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Is it possible to use simultaneously two sound cards under Win 95 ?

When I try to configure the second one, all the parameters are in conflicts with the first one, and I don't understand why I can't change them manually.
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You might have better luck if you use non-PNP cards.  Do you have any old legacy stuff with jumpers?  First you need to make sure you have enough spare IRQs.  
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You can't use two cards, because it will not work you are very limited in resources. Most old cards let you use irq 5 or 7 new system use irq 7 for printer port. Windows 95/98 will not let you use two sound cards even if you find the irq for it. Linux is the only os that will let you use more than one soundcard
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