This is the first I've heard of Daniweb - it seems pretty cool. I found this while trying to find information on jumper functions for an old ESS 1969 pci sound card. I have a slim profile Gateway computer so nearly all PCI cards don't fit in it. I need a game port for using midi (the motherboard doesn't have one) and this was the only card I could get to fit (I had to break off part of it to make it fit). Anyhow it was working fine until I accidentally bumped off the only jumper on the card - and I'm not sure where it was. Without the jumper my onboard sound card won't work unless the ESS 1969 is taken out or the driver is uninstalled. Before, I had full function of my onboard sound card and was able to use the game/midi port of the ESS card at the same time. So far I've had no luck finding any info on jumpers for the ESS card - most web info on the card is related to drivers, which I don't need. ARRGH! Any ideas? Thanks.
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