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Microsoft Windows message: SOUNDMAN.EXE - Entry Point Not Found

Microsoft Windows error message:

SOUNDMAN.EXE - Entry Point Not Found

The procedure entry point SetupDiGetDevice Interface DetailA could not be located in the dynamic link library SETUPAPI.dll

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  • manjuellur Mar 28, 2009

    whenever i open the drive it is showing that "the nvtdm cpu has encountered an illegal instruction close to terminate the program" and drive will not opens. and a window showing the soundman.exe of "c" prompt(black screen) appears.

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    when i install driver max exe an error comes cfgmgr32.dll was not found

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Install service pack 3 if that doesnt work then reinstall the OS in repair mode.

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