Use of sound card causing crashes

Use of sound card causing crashes

Post by John Wilso » Sat, 24 Apr 2004 12:02:47


Im am not sure if this is the correct forum but here goes

Any program that uses the onboard sound card sooner or later crashes win98
and a hard reboot is the only way to get going again. Flash player does not
seem to cause this trouble.

This is what I have

AMIBIOS Motherboard Manufacturer Identification
Version 2.0 (06/30/2003) Copyright 2003 American Megatrends, Inc.

This file has recorded information useful in identifying the manufacturer
of this motherboard. The information is listed below:

An AMIBIOS ID String Was Detected:
62-0906-000000-00101111-071595-V694V686
- ---- ------ ------
| | | |
| | | Chipset/BIOS Info
| | BIOS Build Date
| Manufacturer ID
BIOS ROM Information
AMIBIOS ROM Size: 256 KB
BIOS Build Date: Jul 15 1995
Motherboard Manufacturer Code: 0000

AMIBIOS Build Tag: 1V133001
AMIBIOS Project ID: 1V133001

For more information on upgrading your BIOS go to
http://www.yqcomputer.com/
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
---
SMBIOS info:
Manufacturer : Micro-Star Inc.
Product Name : MS-6309
Version : 2.0
Serial Number: 00000000

----------------------------------------------------------------------------
---
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A professional tool for developers, manufacturers and technicians.
Go to www.amidiag.com for more information on AMIDiag.


TIA, John
 
 
 

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