Hello, friends. I've searched the forum and found how to do this, but before I go poking around inside my computer I want to make sure I have it straight. My current sound card is Realtek HD Audio, which I've been told is an onboard card (bare with me, this is not my forte). So I reboot the computer, tapping delete to get into BIOS and look for the onboard sound option and disable it, save the settings and boot the computer. Then disable the onboard audio in the control panel and uninstall the onboard drivers. Then install the new card, boot to Windows, install the drivers from the CD and boot again. Correct? Will the PCI slot be marked "PCI"? And what about the jacks that are already there? What happens to those?