|30 Jan 2013||#1|
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Sound driver seems to automatically delete it self.
Hello everyone! I have a Creative Labs Titanium X-FI sound card and every now and the driver find some way to delete or remove them selves from my computer. After many shutdowns, I have to reinstall the drivers to get the sound working again. Does this mean my sound card is failing? This sound card is only a couple years old.
Thank for your help!
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