Onboard soundcard burned out – what now?

  Andrew-1143022 22:39 12 May 07

I was trying to record from another audio source to my mic input on my pc with onboard realtek soundcard. Audio source went haywire and fused and it appears to have shorted out my sound card – or between them they have shorted each other out. There are no sounds at all from the speakers though media player etc is still functioning. All settings are as they should be (ie correct audio selected and no mutes selected).

Any idea what I should do to fix this? Just buy a separate sound card?

  woodchip 22:41 12 May 07

This should sort your problem. click here

  spuds 22:54 12 May 07

The item woodchip as selected is very good. Purchased one the other week,and it knocks spots off the one's in PCW for £12.00

  Andrew-1143022 18:09 17 May 07

Thanks for your help, woodchip & spuds. New sound card works well.

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