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another generic 32 error sufferer

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I did a event viewer scan as suggested in a previous thread, I added it as an attachmentAttached File  event_viewer.doc   87.5KB   14 downloads. When I get the error it disables my audio drivers. I can go in, uninstall and reinstall the driver and it will work until I get the generic error. I know somone here can help, but please talk slow I am not a complte geek.
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More likely than not, you are infected with malware and it is manifesting itself this way, svchost doesn't have anything to do with your audio, typically, but it does have a lot to do with the underlying processes of Windows (hmm, I didn't say that quite right)

Anyway, check out our malware forum, follow the instructions at the top, and then return here if the problem persists and you've been given a clean bill of health
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