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    Kraków my love :)

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Did you read through that link, I posted?
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I read the link that you posted I just missed post #23 the first time around and ended on #33 i believe. I looked for ghost drivers and found some but wanted to ask if I should just delete just the duplicates or the original as well according to post #23. There were two drivers that had errors which was the Microsoft Kernel DLS Synthesizer and the Microsoft Kernel Wave Audio Mixer because it said duplicate device was already running.

Edited by obsidianx, 28 January 2009 - 12:33 PM.

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Delete both.
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I deleted them and uninstalled the sound card. I then rebooted and installed the sound card back in. It still shows the error with some of the sound drivers:

Microsoft Kernel Acoustic Echo Canceller
Microsoft Kernel Audio Splitter
Microsoft Kernel GS Wavetable Synthesizer

Also, it still can't detect the audio device.
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I'm afraid, that short of getting new sound card, I'm out of ideas here.
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I appreciate you trying to help me. I did remove the drivers and the sound card and tried to run off of the sound built into the motherboard but it still did not recognize it. I am going to borrow this weekend my friends windows media center cd to run sfc on it. That is the only thing I can think of still doing.
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I just wanted to thank you for going through the whole process with me trying to figure this out. I reformatted my hard drive and reinstalled everything. The sound is back and everything seems to be working flawlessly, thank goodness. Thanks again :)
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Alrighty, then :)
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