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I just boght a m-audio pci card. I installed it and winXP recognized it but it doesn't seem to work.
Any ideas?
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papaez earned 520 total points
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Try to change it from another PCI slot and make sure you have the lastest driver from m-audio.com
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I'm listening running reason&live perfectly now, thanks!
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