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I recently removed some programs I didn't use that my comp builder put on this harddrive. One of the programs I removed was SoundMax. Apparently SoundMax was "my" audio device, since now I have zero sound for anything.
My question is, where can I get a free 'audio device'? Its driving me crazy not hearing some of the normal sounds.
you could start here: forms.analog.com/Form_Pages/soundMAX/soundMAXtechSupport.html
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The builder of my comp says the SoundMAX card is integrated in the MB. He gave me the site www.drivers.com to get the driver I need. I downloaded the Driver Detective, which should inform me of the driver I need for my system. It comes up with an error instead, saying something has happened and the scan can't be completed.