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Sounds like a Virus Saifissa probably a rouge virus that attacks drivers, the reason why the problem comes back is because system restore will not fix virus issues, its just a temporary fix. Try downloading malwarebytes at http://download.cnet.com/Malwarebytes-Anti-Malware/3000-8022_4-10804572.html Install and update Malwarebytes then run a quick scan and remove the infection. Then I would visit your manufacture website of your computer and download and reinstall your sound card driver. Hope this helps and please keep me posted and let me know if i can help in anyway.
1. backup all your E-mail and files and music to an external disk-drive.
2. reinstall Windows from "genuine" Microsoft CD-ROMs.
3. reinstall your anti-virus software.
4. run Windows Update, several times, to get all the security-updates.
5. reload from your "backup" external disk-drive.
Hi, 1.click Start -> Run … enter:services.msc 2. Click OK, a services window will appear, scroll to windows Audio, double click 3. Windows Audio Properties will appear. Change startup type to “Automatic 4. First click Apply, then click on start to start the service
Error code 0x8007007f or error code 0x8007007e
loadTOCNode(2, 'cause');This problem frequently occurs after
you upgrade a service pack. After you upgrade, there
appears to be a corrupted
or a file
That is what microsoft's website says about the error. Have you tried uninstalling and reinstalling? Also have you made sure you have all the microsoft updates available installed. Keep me posted, Lee
Trojan horse virus' can be very tricky to get rid of sometimes. AVG is one of the best out there for this but sometimes it cannot do it all. It just depends on what kind of virus it is. First of all, run a complete scan with "Spybot Search & Destroy". It is a free spyware removal tool. Make sure the dat files are up to date on all of these cleaners. The run a scan usin "AdAware". It is a free adware removal tool. Then after both of them have run, run a complete virus scan again with AVG. Most virus' out there now are in the form of spyware and adware and are downloader trojans. They download files in the background without your knowledge and really lag your computer. You will also get lots of pop ups while surfing the internet. I hope this helps. Let me know how it turns out?