Built a computer a few days back, you may have seen my other posts on computer issues... being a 16 year old, i realize, after having built my first computer that i really don't know a whole lot when it comes to fixing a broken computer (although i have had some success with computer fixing, for others.) Anyway, I'm back with another issue. When I try to install the drivers for my sound card (Asus Xonar DX) when everything is finished installing, a notification comes up saying that the soundcard is not receiving enough power. i have checked the floppy power cable from my power supply (a 1050W seasonic) and made sure that it is connected securely, and yet the notification pops up every time i install them. I'm not sure if this is the cause of the main issue, but the main thing is that when i plug in a pair of earbuds to test the sound card, no sound comes out, i'm not sure if there is something i need to configure, or if i need to use a set of real speakers or something, but any help would be amazing! (i have been using the HDMI 1.4 out the graphics card, to an LCD TV, because we are in the middle of a move, so i don't want to take out speakers and then have to put them away again when i move the computer in a few days. I disabled the HDMI sound, trying to get the soundcard working, and can't get the HDMI sound back.) Also, the sound card is seen in the device manager.