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Time to have fun

Time to have fun


My PC now has got three Audio cards, I think this should be no big deal...
but I hope the PC will work in its healthy condition forever!

it is common for today's PCs to have 2 network cards installed...

I have disabled the onboard audio card and now the PC has only two.

Yes, you are right. I have brought another stereo home today..., as the shop assistant is nice and helpful...(you may refer to the thread "how does it work" in 'wnhelp' forum if you like) (

Now I play 3D games and music tracks with the 5.1 stereo, and 2.5D games and 2D games with the 2.1 stereo....
so the problem crackle and scratch sound has been disolved...

Please forgive for my laziness, as I am a student who has a lot of workloads, and I need some games for relaxing myself, or I may get crazy...

Here are some of my favourite daily games:

3D games: N4S Underground, Battle Raper (not for children),
Dead or Alive (1,2), GTA Vice City

2D and 2.5D games: KOF (1994-2005), Metal Slug (1,2,X,3,4,5),
SNK VS Capcom 03, Sailormoon 95 , Samurai Shadown (1,2,3,4,5,SP), Mark of the Wolves 99, Real Girl Fighters (not for children), Street fighters VS Capcom, Marvels VS Super Hereos, Street Fighters Alpha 3,
Mortal Komat (1-4), Rage of Dragons, LF2 ...

Music songs: not provided to avoid illegal activities
(Files sharing programs...)

I may spend two or three hours on gaming and then.. of course doing assignment and revision...

But anyway:
Let's just put aside the problem and enjoy ourselves: "Life is short and play more!"

It was Sailormoon who said, 'You are not alone'.

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