Usualy when I plug-in my computer's power supply cord into a wall socket it automaticaly starts working (I don't know why...), but few days ago when I plugged it in it didn't start (I guessed, maybe it got better, but...), I couldn't start it by pressing power button neither.
I unplugged the power supply cord, and plugged it in back again - now it started all at once, but it reported that BIOS was reseted. I made some of the settings, after that computer rebooted, and Windows (98SE) loaded.
Now everything's OK, except sound - it's choppy!
I guess it has to do with sound card in relation with BIOS settings (I tried some things but - no results), so I ask here for help.
What should I do to correct this?
(My sound card is in ISA slot, Line-in input is OK, but when any program uses WAV, that WAV sounds choppy, and may result in computer to stop responding if I don't stop it)