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*** Log started on Friday May 27, 2005 at 4:14:13
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*** Operating System: Windows XP Service Pack 2 version 5.1.2600
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*** Directory: ""
*** Log File: "\SMax.log"
*** C:\WINDOWS\System32\Drivers\SMWDM.Sys - 5.12.1.5243
*** C:\WINDOWS\System32\Drivers\SenFilt.Sys - 5.10.0.3614
*** C:\Program Files\Analog Devices\Core\smwdmif.dll - 5.02.00.12
*** C:\Program Files\Analog Devices\Core\smwdmif.dll - 5.2.0.12
*** C:\Program Files\Analog Devices\Core\smax4pnp.exe - 5.2.0.5
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*** Log Level: 0.0000
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[DLL01]
[DLL01] INST01 - C:\Program Files\Analog Devices\Core\smax4pnp.exe (V5.2.0.5)
[DLL01]
[DLL01] == InitInterface ========================================
[DLL01] mode: 3.2
[DLL01] platform sid: 808624D5-019D1028
[DLL01] capabilities: 00000815h
[DLL01] action flags: 00000000h
[DLL01] bitfield: 00000342h
[DLL01] conf: FFFF75F1h
[DLL01] share: FFFFFFFFh
[DLL01] ===========================================================
[DLL01]
[APP01]
[APP01] InitDLL: Jack Count: 3
[APP01] InitDLL: ================== JackInfo table ==================
[APP01] InitDLL: iIdx: 0 ucPID: 0 ucFC: 1 ucSHC: 15 bFront: 0
[APP01] InitDLL: iIdx: 1 ucPID: 2 ucFC: 5 ucSHC: 15 bFront: 0
[APP01] InitDLL: iIdx: 2 ucPID: 3 ucFC: 7 ucSHC: 15 bFront: 0
[APP01] InitDLL: ====================================================
[APP01]
[APP01] ================== PNP Initialization Complete ====================
[APP01]

that and 2 files named Smax.log.bak and INFCACHE.1 I dunno what they are
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how about a little context? ;)

Could be a soundmax soundcard log of some kind? :tazz:
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it is in my program area but not in any folder I really dunno
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do you have that soundcard?
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I really dunno all I know it is a dell diminsion 3000 comp if that helps anyway
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what made you even ask...a problem? idle curiousity?

download everst
http://www.lavalys.c...p?pid=1&lang=en

it will help you learn about the insides of your PC
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cause it is just sitting outside of all the program folders folders so yeah I just wondering what it was
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ok now I found out I do got soundmax cards so how do i put theem back I mean I know about draggin to the folder but how do I find the programs for it
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if they are just log files, don't worry about them...you can even delete them if you like

The exact file names are?
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SMax.log.bak,INFCACHE.1,SMax text document
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I find the driver and put it in there
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