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Lab Exercise 1301: Installing Sound
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The rst task on the agenda is to do a little research on sound cards and choose a few that meet the needs of this project There are a number of different sound chips, and the card can be anything from the on-board sound capability of a mid-priced system to professional multichannel (input/output) devices used in recording studios After you assemble a few candidates, you will select a sound card and then install, con gure, and test that card For the purpose of completing this lab, it is perfectly acceptable to use any working card, or an on-board sound device if that s what you have available
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This lab teaches you the basics of installing and con guring a sound card
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At the end of this lab, you ll be able to Identify features of sound cards Remove and install a sound card and associated devices (speakers and microphone) Con gure a sound card
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The materials you need for this lab are A working computer system running Windows 2000 or Windows XP A removable sound card, microphone, and speakers properly installed and functioning (the sound drivers must either be part of the operating system in use or be available on CD or diskette)
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Different versions of Windows handle the drivers differently, to say the least You should have a current driver disc or diskette for your sound card handy, just in case Windows decides it cannot remember your sound card when you go to reinstall!
Getting Down to Business
This lab will step you through removing, researching speci cations for, installing, and con guring a sound card Step 1 Begin by examining the con guration and resources currently being used by the sound card Turn on your computer and boot to Windows, and then open the Device Manager (Figure 13-1)
Hint
There are several ways to access the Device Manager If you need a memory jog, review Pathing in 12 in Mike Meyers A+ Guide to Managing and Troubleshooting PCs, Vol 1: Essentials
Now follow these steps: a) b) Click the plus sign (+) next to Sound, video and game controllers Highlight the sound card icon
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FIGURE 13-1 The Device Manager in Windows XP
Hint
The name of the sound card icon differs according to the type of sound card you have installed A Creative Labs SoundBlaster Live! card, for example, has the entry listed as Creative SB Live! Series (WDM) Try them all if it s not obvious at rst glance which is the appropriate icon
c) d)
Right-click and select Properties Click the Resources tab
Verify which resources the sound device is using, and con rm that there are no con icts Which interrupt request (IRQ) is listed ___________________________ What direct memory access (DMA) channels are listed, if any ___________________________ What input/output (I/O) addresses are listed ___________________________ e) Now click the Driver tab, and record all the available information about the driver that is currently installed
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Step 2 Take a moment and look up the speci cations of your current sound card Identify the following: Resolution _____________________________________________________________________ Sampling rate ___________________________________________________________________ Dynamic range __________________________________________________________________ Signal-to-noise ratio _____________________________________________________________ Now see if you can nd this information on some other cards try M-AUDIO Revolution 51, Creative SoundBlaster X-Fi, SoundMAX Integrated Digital Audio, and Voyetra Turtle Beach Step 3 Now that you ve seen what resources are currently being used, and some of the relevant speci cations, the next step is to practice removing and reinstalling the sound card
Hint
This lab assumes that you have a removable sound card, not onboard sound If all you have to work with is a system with onboard sound, go into the CMOS setup utility and turn off the onboard sound Make what observations you can and resume the exercise with Step 4 When the time comes in the second half of Step 4 to reinstall the sound card, just go back into CMOS and enable the onboard sound again
a) b)
Close the Device Manager and shut down your system properly Unplug the power cord Remove the case cover from your system and locate the sound card (see Figure 13-2)
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