Uninstalled Soundmax By Accident. Help!

By ghettochild13
Oct 20, 2006
  1. ok. i uninstalled soundmax from add/remove programs thinkin it was just another audio player i didnt need... sound doesnt work at all.. I HAVE A DELL 4600 PENTIUM 4... i went to device manager and under sound video and game controllers it says
    -audio codecs
    -legacy audio drivers
    -legacy video capture devices
    -media control devices
    -unimodem half-duplex audio devices
    -video codecs
    and under other devices it has a question mark with an exclamation mark beside multimedia audio controller.. BUT THATS UNDER OTHER DEVICES.. i went to dell drivers and downloads and downloaded Analog Devices ADI 198x Integrated Audio, right after it finished.. or i think finished something poped up with a big red x the title was soundMAX - Installshield Wizard and in the box it read, "windows audio service has been enabled! please restart your computer and run this installer again". i did, and the exact same thing poped up. So, i decided to download soundmax file version: i ran that program or driver or whatever it was and a box poped up with a big red x once again.. it read "Driver not found! Reboot your system, and run this setup again." i restarted the computer and installed the program again but again it said the same thing, at this point im stuck and dont know what the h*ll to do.:dead:.
  2. ghettochild13

    ghettochild13 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    And Its A Windows Xp Service Pack 2
  3. ghettochild13

    ghettochild13 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    nvm ppl... i was screwing around wit stuff n device manager n i just happened to click n download summin that fixed errthang.. thxs 4...... lol well in this case nothin... but i bet ill b back
  4. mailpup

    mailpup TS Special Forces Posts: 6,875   +332

    Well, see you then. Glad your problem was fixed.
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