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    Sonic Focus driver

      During a Windows XP update, something happened and I got BSOD.  After that, one of my programs said I needed "Sonic Focus drivers" etc.  I have traced that to Intel Audio Studio, which will not execute...same message...need Sonic Focus drivers.


      I have checked the Intel driver update for my board (D975XBX) and located the update that also re-intalls Audio Studio (

          Audio: IDT* 92XX Driver5790.3v225/22/2008).  The release notes say that

      2. Intel Audio Studio does not support over-install or repair features.  When update Intel Audio Studio, you must first uninstall the current driver before installing the new version.

      Well, I don't think the driver is there anymore since I get this message that I need to install the driver, but I am not sure.  Further checking of the Intel site to find where the driver might be didn't really help (e.g. device manger -- audio -- a bunch of codec stuff none of which is "sonic focus" and all of which is supposedly "working properly."

      So, can I install this new driver?  Do I need to unistall Audio Studio first?







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