Problem: No sound whatsoever. OS: Windows XP Pro Sound Card: Diamond XtremeSound 5.1/16 bit sound card Motherboard: EPoX 8KDA series Nvidia chipset w/onboard sound (disabled in BIOS) CPU: 32 bit AMD Sempron 3100+ Description of problem: My onboard sound died on me (2 of the jacks had developed shorts after considerable use) so i purchased a new sound card. I plugged it into an open PCI slot and booted up into Linux - no issues whatsoever, the sound card works beautifully. Then I booted into windows, which i use for gaming, and I started the driver installation process. The installer for the driver gives me an error message that I need to plug the sound card into the PCI slot - but it's already there, and I know both card and slot work thanks to Linux. Windows Device Manager shows the device installed, but with a yellow "!" and the message that drivers are not installed. I attempted to install drivers from the provided CD, from a download off Diamond's site, and from a couple of open-source websites, all with the same result. None of the installers recognize that the device is properly attached. Any help would be greatly appreciated.