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Trying to install Sigma Tel C-Major Audio on a laptop with Windows XP Home. I keep getting "an error occurred during the installation of the device" "Access is denied".

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micromaster
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SOURCE: downgraded from vista to Windows

Is that the exact Toshiba Model..?

Posted on Jun 12, 2008


melephantink
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SOURCE: Sigma Tel C-Major Audio Drivers will not install

Uninstall the device and download a new set of drivers for the sigmatel audio at www.dell.com/support/driversanddownloads then reinstall the device and update the driver

Posted on Dec 18, 2008

gotgeek2
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SOURCE: I jusr installed a new

this is a common xp problem with the sound..goto your manufacturers website and download sound drivers

Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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