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By msdnmkuhn ·
Why does Soundblaster driver continue to fail at startup, when sound card has physically removed from system? How do I get these drivers out of my NT4 system?

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by coxmcse In reply to Why does Soundblaster dri ...

Try this. click START-SETTINGS-CONTROL PANELS. Then select MULTIMEDIA select the DEVICES tab. Expand the "audio devices" list and select your SoundBlaster device. Click on REMOVE which is at the bottom of that window. Follow instructions from NT after that. This should remove it. If you don't see your device listed there, go back to control panels and select DEVICES. Look down the list for your sound card. If you are not sure, please don't stop any device at random, this may cuase your system to crash. There may have been a readme file with the drivers or a manual with the card that may explain a little better on the card's removal from NT. Try these stpes first before moving on to the more drastic business of registry editing.

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do you have an Autoexec.bat file loading the driver? might want to check your C:\ and edit it out...

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