Sound Card fails after error message...

I've built my own computer (475mhz AMD, 96 mb ram, spacewalker 591p mobo)  and I put a cheep sound card in it that i won online auctioning.  after i install everthing, win98, drives (which I've done 5 or so times)  i get an error message after start up called MMtask.tsk has been performed illegally, contact vendor...etc..
right afterwards, my sound cuts off.
Drivers are up to date, no irq conflicts.. do i just need a new sound card??  thank you.
Andrew, TN
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DavidHalperinCommented:
Try to replace this file from the WIN98 original disc.  If that doesn't work, you gave yourself the right answer, the card is "cheep". Get rid of it.
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trekie1Commented:
try going to device manager and removing sound card then shut down and remove the sound card from comp ,then reboot and make sure its the sound thats causing problem , if so get rid of that cheap sucker as David sugested
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trekie1Commented:
also seems like i recall reading where AMD 350 and above processors have trouble with certian motherboards ,maybe you should check there page for a patch , I may have saw that on windows update
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