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MarkhamG
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Disabling integrated sound controller on MS-7826, Kaili motherboard

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HP Envy 70-230qe-COT
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I have an HP Envy 700-230qe with an MSI MS-7826 or Kaili motherboard. I am using Windows 10 Home, version 10.0.19041, build 19041. I want to disable the on-board, integrated sound controller so I can use a Creative Soundblaster Z. The problem I have is when I go into the BIOS to disable the on-board sound, there is no option to do that. Any ideas?

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Paul_Tikkanen
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Hi:

 

You may have to install the card, and then the onboard audio setting may show up.

 

I had the same issue on some older HP business class desktop PC's.

 

There is no onboard audio setting in the BIOS until after you install a video card with HDMI, or an audio card.

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Unfortunately that didn't work either.  I installed the card but still no option in the BIOS setup to disable the on-board sound controller.  Also, no sound as you might guess.  I tried to install the Creative Soundblaster software while the card was installed but it said it could not find any supported devices and would not load. Thanks for the effort.

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You're very welcome.

 

Sorry that didn't work like it did for my PC's.

 

I have no idea what else you can try.

 

Is the PCIe x 1 slot security set to have the slots enabled?

 

I'm just grasping at straws here...

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install the card then go into device manager and enable the card and set it to default and restart then run the software.

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