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HELP Shuttle SB95PV2


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Shuttle XPC SB95V2


Ok so i decided to build my shuttle up and i had to get rid of my old audigy2 since i needed a PCI E soundcard which i dont think you can get.

So i installed XP mobo drivers sound drivers etc, everything was working fine and then i go to speak on my microphone and i hear all this buzzing noise.

It buzzes on vent, teamspeak, when i unmute my mic in my audio properties i hear it through my headphones.

Ive tried many things such as uninstalling drivers reinstalling trying 1s of websites etc etc. Ive also tried opening front up and making sure the connecters were connected properley which they were.

Ive tried everything !

Here is the name of the onboard soundcard

8-channel audio
Intel HD-Audio integrated, max. 192kHz/32-Bit, Realtek ALC880
analog: line-out (8-ch), line-in, microphone, CD-in, AUX
digital: optical SPDIF-in, optical and coaxial SPDIF-out

My only option besides getting it fixed is to buy a external USB soundcard which i dont really want to do, as it would just ruin the look of the shuttle.


Any help would be appreciated thank you.
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Nobody going to help me then ? :/
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