Question about Antares AutoTune EFX Full Version for PC Mac (21001)
When an application/program is installed, Windows does more than create a new folder on the hard drive. It also writes data about the program to a 'registry', that keeps track of many system settings, including installed programs. Your best bet at fixing this problem would be as follows:
- Download Ccleaner from here: http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner/download/portable Extract the .zip file and run 'ccleaner.exe'. Navigate to the 'registry' tab, and click 'Scan for Issues'. A list of potential problems with the registry will be generated. One of the things this will look for is any registry entries that link to folders that do not exist (like the one you deleted). After the scan has finished, click "Fix selected issues..." If you are prompted to back up the registry, you may do so, but it is not necessary. Restart the computer and try to install AutoTune.
- If that did not work, open the control panel (Start -> Control Panel, or type 'control panel' in the start menu search box) and navigate to 'Add/Remove Programs'. After the list has populated, look for your AutoTune program in the list. Select it, and you will see an option for 'uninstall'. Try to uninstall it. If you get a message saying that the program cannot be found, and you are asked to remove it from the list, say 'yes'. Reboot and try to install AutoTune.
- If you still cannot install AutoTune, download and install Revo Uninstaller, found here: http://www.softpedia.com/progDownload/Revo-Uninstaller-Download-74235.html This will deeply scan your system for any programs that are installed or that have left remnants of themselves behind. Try to uninstall AutoTune from Revo Uninstaller, reboot, and try to install AutoTune.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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Download and unpack the Windows XP driver from HP's website
Locate Setup.exe. If you kept the default unpack options, it should be in C:\swsetup\SP27103
Right-click on Setup.exe and select Properties
Select the Compatibility Tab
Check the box for "Run this program in compatibility mode for Windows XP"
Check the box for "Run this program as administrator"
Apply these changes and exit the properties dialog
Enjoy your integrated sound card as it was meant to be enjoyed
hope this helps
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