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MorphVOX Pro refuses to reinstall


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#1 Candro

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Posted 17 September 2014 - 10:53 PM

Hey, I'm pretty sure this is the right place to post about this issue. Anyway, I've been attempting to fix my copy of MorphVOX Pro but for some reason I can't get its installer to work.

 

Basically I went ahead and uninstalled the program because it was giving me an error message about a missing driver. I was hoping to reinstall it so that I would be able to use it again, but now the installer just refuses to start. It doesn't even give me an error message or anything. I've re-downloaded it several times and have had no luck. I think something must have gone wrong during its uninstallation that's preventing the installer from working.

 

And to be clear, it's currently the only program that's having this issue.

 

I'm currently in contact with Screaming Bee's tech support trying to figure out what's gone wrong, but I think they're just as confused about the issue as I am right now.

 

So far I've discovered that the microphone driver for MorphVOX was still present, which should have been removed during its uninstallation (I have since removed it), but I'm not really sure what to do from here. Do you guys have any opinions on the matter?

 

EDIT: Nevermind, it looks like I fixed it. Turns out Windows was just blocking the downloaded exe files, so all I had to do was go to the file's properties and unblock it.


Edited by Candro, 18 September 2014 - 12:52 PM.


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