I was setting up DSL in my computer and somehow some of my system files in Windows became corrupted. A friend told me to just reinstall the operating system and it should fix the problem. Well, I was running Windows98 and did not have the CD that came with the computer. I ddid however happen to have a Windows 2000 CD laying around so I installed that. I managed to get that setup and I got the DSL and all my peripherals installed. It was at this time that I realized that the sound on my computer does not work. I have an onboard soundcard and I went out and bought a SB soundcard, just a cheapie so my wife can play her CDs on the computer while working. I installed it and still nothing. I checked the speakers to maker sure they were plugged in a turned on. Still nothing. I searched on the net and found out how to turn off my onboard soundcard in my BIOS. Still nothing. I am at my wits end and I have no idea how to proceed. Can someone shed some light on what I might need to do?