I have an ATI All-in-Wonder PCI 128 video capture card and am running Win2K. I just moved the card from a PIII-600 (Intel 810 chipset, Intel MB, on-board audio) to a P4-2.26GHz (Intel 850E chipset, Asus P4T533C MB, on-board audio is AC97 audio). In the PIII, I had a problem with dropping frames but the audio portion always seemed clear and crisp. The new machine doesn't cause any dropped frames but the audio sounds 'fuzzy' even when using the highest quality sound settings. I have tried a cable from CD-OUT on the ATI card to AUX IN on the MB and I have tried an external cable out from the ATI card to Line-In on the sound card. On the previous machine, I had to use the external method. I cannot figure out why the sound is bad. In your epinions, will addition of a sound card such as the Sound Blaster 512 PCI card help or is the problem in the ATI card? Incidentally, I am capturing from the cable TV input and the sound is very good if I am listening to the live broadcast.