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    Default Is there ANY reason I would WANT to run an mWave board?

    I found the card the other day while digging through a bin for a VGA card. The Aptiva thread reminded me it's still in the other room.
    For an Aptiva S would I have any reason in the world to lose hair over trying to get an mWave sound/modem card working or am I better off just using separate modem and sound cards?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeXT View Post
    I found the card the other day while digging through a bin for a VGA card. The Aptiva thread reminded me it's still in the other room.
    For an Aptiva S would I have any reason in the world to lose hair over trying to get an mWave sound/modem card working or am I better off just using separate modem and sound cards?
    For one reason, if you do get or use the Factory Recovery software, it will be already set up in that. I used all stock and the factory software did make it easy to deal with.
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    Duke 3D would crash my mwave system, so just remember that it’s not always game friendly

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