You should have an integrated sound chip that may be at least as good as either of those cards. Use the integrated.
Boot into the BIOS (setup) and verify the sound is enabled there. Remove any add in cards after shutting down and unplugging the computer. Then install the sound drivers from the motherboard CD or site.
nononono ahaha Im on my workstation my audio is awsome ahaha Im fixing another computer. Actually if you can help me find drivers for my onboard Giga-net NIC for my ECS workstation board that would be great but you wont be able to I tried. Even if you do I need it for Windows XP Pro x64 & Server 2008 x64 those are my only OS's on my dual boot either have a driver for it. (disabled it)
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