By Retired77777 ·
How do I reinstall this driver on an intel
and windows XP pro DP35DP Motherboard I dont think windows supports this file any more.
Thanks B P

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Re: SndVol32.exe......

by Peconet Tietokoneet In reply to Sndvol32.exe


The SndVol32.exe program controls the volume settings for your system. To display this volume control, go to the Control Panel and start Sounds and Audio Devices. Go to Device volume and click Advanced.

To execute this program with command-line arguments, go to the Start menu, click Run, and type the following command.

SndVol32.exe [-R | -D n]


Starts the application in record mode.
-D n

Specifies a device identifier.


This program is the native audio volume and mixer control included in Windows; it is not available for download from Microsoft. The program is typically installed in the following directory: C:\Windows\System32.

To locate this file on your system, open Windows Explorer, click the Search button, and select All files and folders. Type the file name (SndVol32.exe) into the first available line and click the Search button.

For more information about using this control, start the program and select Help. Note that there is no way to programmatically access the functionality of this program.

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Thank You All

by Retired77777 In reply to Re: SndVol32.exe......

I neglected to say I think I deleated it from my system as csnno find it in my sys file or how do i get it from mu orignal cd.
Thanks again BP

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by seanferd In reply to Thank You All

You might try this:
In the Run box, type:
sfc /scannow
hit Enter, and have your installation CD handy. This would detect that sndvol32 is missing and replace it from the disk, I would hope.

If for some reason this doesn't work, you can try searching the CD for sndvol32 with the Windows search function. When found, copy it to your /system32 folder.

Couldn't say exactly on the disc where it is, as this may vary depending on the OEM. On a retail XP disc, it is in the I386 folder, and it looks like this: SNDVOL32.EX_
This means it needs to be expanded. You can type
expand /?
at a command (cmd) prompt for instructions, but it will look something like
expand \i386\sndvol32.ex_ C:\windows\system32\sndvol32.exe

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