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realtek problem (azmixersel.exe) runtime error! - PLEASE HELP


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Try using the ATI Unintaller Utility to remove the drivers.

For the .NET Framework, look at the top of the Add or Remove Programs window. Make sure the checkbox next to "Show Updates" is ticked. .NET Framework should be listed with the other Windows updates.
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the .Net and encoder install well, the last one doesnt. this error comes up INF error, video driver not found.

Now everything is weird, my reso is like 800x600, the colours are weird... HELP!!!

Well i am goin to sleep, heart is pacing like [bleep], really scared, (cos i am 15), dunno what to do!

Edited by vika09, 06 August 2006 - 09:37 AM.

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Apparently your Asus MoBo doesn't like the ATI drivers. Let's try the Asus drivers (still ATI drivers, but a different version).

Go to THIS PAGE, expand (click +) the "Others" catagory at the bottom of the list. Scroll down to the Win XP drivers and download them. Install them by double clicking on the downloaded file.
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Do i have to uninstall all the ATI drivers again?
Or jus Install the Asus driver straight away?
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Uninstall the ATI software with the cat uninstaller, reboot and install the ASUS ones
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It doesnt work, a warning comes up, Setp was unable to find components that can be installed on your current hardware and software configuration. Please make sure you have the required hardware or software.

I ll try again.

EDIT: nope, doesnt work, same error window!
but a popup from my task bar comes up, saying that i have a new video adapter or something...

Should i try intalling them one by one, like each has a folder..so?
I know the Driver wont install cos a INF error still comes up

Edited by vika09, 06 August 2006 - 07:24 PM.

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Well tried to install one by one, none of them are compatible, GARTnt isnt, SMBusDRiver isnt, and the Net driver doesnt..
Dunno.. should i talk to my manufacturer?? He is in Austrailia..

umm guys?

Edited by vika09, 07 August 2006 - 07:20 PM.

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HELLO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ANYONE THERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! PLEASE READ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I NEED HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Sorry, vika09...got called away unexpectedly.

Go to the ACER Site and download the following and install them in the order they're listed...restart the machine after each installation.

Intel Chipset Driver 6.3.0.1007

Intel VGA Driver 6.14.10.4363

Realtek Audio Driver 5.10.0.5129
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woah , hello, sry to call u/ call u rudely back.. dunno how to say


um... i was opening my windows movie maker, yesterday when a pop up came up, it said i did not have the correct/ missing audio HARDWARE...

The same pop up occured when i wanted to do a voice chat on MSN!

i am feeling its a hardware problem... i ll do the stuff above, if it doesnt work...
dunno really!! hehe
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It looks like wannabe is basically done helping you, but if that doesn't work I really think it's worth backing up the files you need/really want (apart from CS because you c\an just re-download from steam and apart from your other games assuming you still have the CDs for them...) and then FORMATTING your Hard Drive and installing XP pro or Media Center edition on your PC.
Then you'll have no malware or spyware interfering (which can easily get passed firewalls and anti viruses) and hopefully all the needed drivers will be installed as normal.

That's just my 2 cents,
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For the Intel VGA Driver 6.14.10.4363 - a pop up comes up and says i do not meet the minimum requirements...

so.. i am stoping here, dont want to break the order of installation.....


Dominicc2003... yeah, i am giving time till this saturday where i am going to the laptop store to get it maintained... cos its still under warranty


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
SCRAP ALL THAT I WROTE THERE!!!!!!!
IT WORKED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
WANNABE1 THANK U SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO MUCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
YOU LITERALLY SAVED MY LIFE, MY SCHOOL PROJECTS RELIED ON THIS!!!!!!!!
THANK U THANK U THANK U!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
*BOWS*

Edited by vika09, 10 August 2006 - 03:11 AM.

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THANX A LOT! IT WORKS! <--- cant believe i mis- spelled 'works'

Edited by vika09, 12 August 2006 - 08:57 AM.

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