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    keith with the teef
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    MSI 320 board shows PCI-E slot as empty. what a bugger.

    It only happens with my high end sound card, all other cards I have put in show as pci-e slot populated (in the bios) and work.

    If I put the high end sound card in my gaming rig its woks every boot just fine.

    I think i’m gonna have to sell the card. I dont want to. Maybe a bios change will fix it. But I dont wann do that. can any one think of another option?

    For the love of god I thougt PCI-e was a chuffing hot swopable Fing standard.

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    keith with the teef
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    Well. I got it sorted.

    I had to get the CreativeX AE-5

    I have had plenty of sound cards over the years.

    But this is the first one which does not destort. I have a couple of tracks that are difficult and when I listen its wait for it, Aargh. One such track is Thomas Tallis: Spem in Aluim. The card pulls it off.

    All sound cards happen to like to get there teeth into a given album even when all music is wav lossless. In this case its T-Rex lols. T-Rex has been trascended.

    Combined with the 200GE and power DVD 18 ultra £1.60 ebay. Blu ray play back is impecable. I did not know my TV could do imagry like that. Its not HDR but it damn well looks like it.

    So, Beep, Huston,The Eagle has Landed. 😁

    BTW it looks like my old card has never been tested on the AMD platform which may explain why the drivers are still in beta?

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