Question about Inland 58016 Wavetable PCI Sound Card
I doubt I'm trying to install zipped files. I found an "extract" option for the zipped folder and did that. I also downloaded Winzip and used its 'extract and install' option. It extracts just fine, but when it goes to install I get that same "Setup has caused an error in SETUP.EXE. Setup will now close." message and the files are never installed. Since I don't believe I'm trying to install zipped files I'm not going to remove the soundcard then. I certainly don't know how to "disable the onboard sound on my motherboard in the bios". I can't imagine that anyone who does would need help with this. Do you really think I have the wrong .dll or ini installation file? Wouldn't that mean I was sent to the wrong url for the download in the firstplace?
Create a folder and put the zipped file in thre and extract to same folder. Then turn off computer, install the peripheral, and reboot. When computer detects presence of new hardware it will ask for driver. Then direct the computer to the folder where you have all of the extracted files and the OS will find the necessary driver and take care of business for you.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Actually I already tried that
Ok Joe, Just to make sure we're on the same page here, are you using winzip to unzip the files? If so when you double click setup.exe do you get a dialog saying "Winzip will extract all files to a temp folder and run the setup.exe program"? If not I want you to try opening the .zip and hitting the "Install" button. If that does not work we could try an end around on the setup. First unzip those files into a new folder that you know where the folder is, we're going to need it later. Go into device manager (it's been a while since i've used ME but it should be under Control Panel, System, Device Manager tab) Find your sound card, right click on it and click "uninstall". Now reboot. Windows should see the card again and try to reinstall it. When it does hit "Have Disk" and hit "Browse" then goto the folder you created when you unzipped the files. Hit "Ok" That way will not install all of the "extras" you might get from running the setup.exe but it _should_ allow windows to use the sound card. Lemme know how it goes, Dude
Posted on Nov 16, 2006
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