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caliaud.sys needed to reinstall Conexant AC-Link Audio device

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Hello Geek World. I have been troubleshooting a problem with my audio for about 24 hrs now. My sound disappeared and my volume controls disappeared!! I've been googling and reading message boards and trying everything, but so far without success other than I've eliminated a lot of possibilities.

I have a Compaq Presario 2100 laptop. The audio device was started, but Windows could not start because of a corruption in the registry. I downloaded Registry Smart to scan and repair. I found the driver at hp.com, so I could uninstall and re-install. I even matched the audio identifier code to make sure I was getting the right driver from another site.

Uninstall went fine. Install is telling me I need a file called caliaud.sys. It is telling me it is on Conexant AMC 3D Environmental Audio Driver Disk. I found a reference to someone else having the same problem in 2005, but nothing else for me to try that I haven't already tried.

Can anyone help, please?

Thanks, Glenda :whistling:
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