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Answered 2009-10-06 23:21:36

You must first remove your current sound card, and depending on what type of laptop you have will determine where it is located, than insert the new sound card usually with the upper label facing up. From there you just install the necessary software provided with the sound card.

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No you cannot install a new graphics card into a laptop, however if you have a very thick laptop it's very risky but it can be done. A normal laptop however cannot, consider buying a new laptop.

If you have some basic PC knowledge installing a sound card should be a very simple task.

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