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Mic keeps crahing computer

Ok, i decided to change some of my mic settings on windows vista today, and when i came out to test it the computer crashed... now i can not seem to alter these settings in anyway without my computer crashing before i click the reset to defaults button.

Can anyone help me please? BIG PROBLEM! thanks alot! =)

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    Try starting while pressing F8, then restore to an earlier date.

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In case your settings change involved installing a new driver try rolling it back. If your pc was upgraded from xp to vista the drivers for the sound card may need to be updated.

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