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Hi, I'm having problems with my sound drivers. I updated them a little while back only to find that the new drivers did not work for some reason, there wasn't any sound. So I re-installed the older drivers after removing the drivers only to find that when I restarted my computer that one of the newer drivers was still there and this caused a conflict of some kind and the sound didn't work.
I installed my old drivers again and got them to work, but the problem is that everytime I restart the PC it detects that there are newer drivers so it automatically places one of the newer sound drivers into the sound driver file causing them to crash.

So what I'm really wondering is if anyone can tell me a guaranteed method of removing all previous sound drivers or a way of finding where it might be located so I can delete it, as all of my attempts at finding this lone driver have failed.
 
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Hello Palaecro and welcome to the forums.................:D

Could you please post a list of your Hardware and the OS you are using.
 
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