1. The card is not correct. Due to the insufficiency of the manufacturing precision of the chassis and the poor manufacture or poor installation of the sound card outer baffle, the sound card cannot be closely integrated with the main board expansion slot, and the "golden finger" and the extended groove reed on the sound card are visually misaligned. This phenomenon is common on ISA cards or PCI cards and is a common fault. Generally, pliers can be used for correction.
2. The active speaker input is connected to the Speaker output of the sound card. For active speakers, it should be connected to the Line out end of the sound card. The output signal does not pass through the amplifier on the sound card, and the noise is much smaller. Some sound cards only have one output. Line out or Speaker depends on the jumper on the card. The default method of the manufacturer is often Speaker, so you need to unplug the sound card to adjust the jumper.
3. The drivers that come with Windows are not good. When installing the sound card driver, select "provider-supplied driver" instead of selecting
"Windows default driver" If you install with "Add new hardware", select "Install from disk" instead of selecting from the list box. If you have already installed the driver that comes with Windows, select "Control Panel → System → Device Management → Sound, Video and Game Controller", click each device, and select "Properties → Drivers → Change Driver → From Disk. installation". At this time, insert the disk or CD that came with the sound card and load the driver provided by the manufacturer.