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okay... repair didnt work so I reinstalled it. I put o the drivers that you listed before and everything seemed fine but when I tried to restart I couldnt cause there was some error so I pick the option go back to last time it worked thing. and so it restarted but now i have no sound...? but the SoundMax icon is in my tool bar. what do I do? Thanks. (sorry if im a pain in the butt)
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I remember getting that error on my XP DEll at one time, it was caused by a little bit of adware trying to use IE. I found the proggy that was doing it by looking in the event logs, a greatly underutilized resource, and checking with Task Manager. When I removed the program the problem vanished.
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reinstall the driver again---by running the system restore, you overwriote the registry values.
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