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uhh..................... which one do i download...... because i get the windows part......

is it this one:
PCI Audio/Modem Combo Device
Maestro3.comm
ES1980 Maestro-3 Audio + ES56CVM-PI Modem

im almost sure it is but im just making sure i dont do something really dumb.

and trust me. even if you had pointed me where you found this info id look around but not care or understand enough to touch. someone was ingenius enough to show me how to configure down to the dime on memory used..... but since im unsure of my memory chip i have yet to touch it
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My guess would be
PCI Audio
ES1980 Maestro-3 but wait.
But lets make sure 1st. Iknow we have knocked out your audio and you can't listen to things but we will get there.

Did this come with xp or did you install ? your everest file says Retail not OEM ?
NO not that one
I trust you are in USA

Edited by peterm, 28 September 2006 - 03:21 AM.

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lets put it the pretty way:

this comp used to belong to a friend of my mothers but they refurbished and cleaned it then gave it to mum WITH the driver installed on it. Now it came with this problem and she had fixed it by updating something but being the genius she is she wiped it clean then had the same idiots reinstall everything from before thus creating this problem all over again. thus it came with xp installed already along with all the same drivers.
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My guess would be
PCI Audio
ES1980 Maestro-3 but wait.
But lets make sure 1st. Iknow we have knocked out your audio and you can't listen to things but we will get there.

Did this come with xp or did you install ? your everest file says Retail not OEM ?
NO not that one
I trust you are in USA

ironically that was my second guess but i wasnt sure about that. no worries.... i havent touched a thing. just waiting for the final go ahead.
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Bad news. the moment you went offline the screen came up and shut down my system, all with the same info as before. the admin tool event viewer only says that it couldn't contact the DCHP server or something like that. Both times it gave a different dial up access address it would assign to something. This seems to always happen right before a crash..... or possibly right after.

Guess its not the driver we thought it was :help: :whistling: :blink:
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This is research only - to look at and think about
More like this
Still not 100%
Read this

Generic ES1980 Maestro-3 drivers on our web site are not for Maestro-3i ES1983, which is a Dell version of Maestro Audio device. Dell users have to visit Dell website (http://www.dell.com) for driver update.

From here
This is what I was looking at
error code 7011
Best viewed with Internet explorer

Edited by peterm, 28 September 2006 - 04:44 AM.

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some inner calling of insomnia has made me print this entire thing and shrink down the font a little so it fits onto two pages. I'm going to carry this around until i have it down pat mentally.

But you gotta remember....... my system still crashed with the soundcard disabled anyways so it must not be that :/
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Driver Version 5.1.2600.0 Driver Provider Microsoft

thats what i can see in memtest...so i did some searching

http://es.giga-byte....FileExtName=exe

try that or try this site look for drivers

http://es.giga-byte....Driver_List.htm

Driver Version 5.1.2600.0

click america

Edited by rushin1nd, 28 September 2006 - 05:58 AM.

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maybe video.
Next step will be selective startup
It has been a while since I have done one. I will create one on mine to refresh the steps.
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Driver Version 5.1.2600.0 Driver Provider Microsoft

thats what i can see in memtest...so i did some searching

http://es.giga-byte....FileExtName=exe

try that or try this site look for drivers

http://es.giga-byte....Driver_List.htm

Driver Version 5.1.2600.0

click america

Something doesn't match here. There's alot of question marks here instead of letters during download and once its downloaded it does nothing. When I click the install button a DOS screen pops up so quickly and vanishes I can't get anything from it but possibly the word microsoft. If I click setup a small pop up ocmes up saying "Can't find HID!!!!"
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maybe video.
Next step will be selective startup
It has been a while since I have done one. I will create one on mine to refresh the steps.

Well its been a while since this thing has worked without the blue screen error so it might be the right thing to do.
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ive never heard of that lets see wat peterm has to say

because those drivers are in your memtest results

they are microsoft

can you get the xp cd it would have to be the original version

whether it it was xp service pack 1

one more thing give make and model of your computer

even serial number if possible

gonna extend my search
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Selective startup is to limiting
ok right click my computer >properties> device manager>hardware tab>device manager>click on the sound controller to expand click on the sound card to highlight. rightclick click on uninstall click ok reboot.
Windows should then pick the sound card up again.
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The reason I want you to uninstall is the disable does not always work as well as it should. If this does not work then I will ask Metallica to look at writing a script for us.
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ive never heard of that lets see wat peterm has to say

because those drivers are in your memtest results

they are microsoft

can you get the xp cd it would have to be the original version

whether it it was xp service pack 1

one more thing give make and model of your computer

even serial number if possible

gonna extend my search

Dell Latitude if thats what your looking for
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