audio plug in removal

  noobtype 19:43 19 Aug 06
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hi

I just downloaded an audio plug in called 'alien solo' hoping to emulate guitar distortion on my PC. but its created an echo on all audio and i cant get rid of it. I've removed the program (as far as i can tell). How can I get rid of this evil thing?

  rdave13 19:51 19 Aug 06

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  rdave13 19:53 19 Aug 06

Did you use the programs' own uninstaller? If not try a reinstall then uninstal. Failing that then try a system restore.

  noobtype 20:00 19 Aug 06

I don't think it installed properly. There was nothing on the programmes menu, no sign of it anywhere, apart from the echo in all sound. So i searched and removed all sign of it. but still no go. Last time i did a system restore I lost all my MPEG music.

  rdave13 20:01 19 Aug 06

Also have a look here click here and scroll down to directx issues.

  noobtype 20:07 19 Aug 06

ok I got the programme it suggested and alien solo appears on the list it produces, but i also says that it does not exist.

  rdave13 20:41 19 Aug 06

Try a system restore.

  noobtype 21:15 19 Aug 06

Can you tell me how to do that without losing loads of files?

  rdave13 22:22 19 Aug 06

Not really unless you backup your files on to disk as you should anyway.

  ICF 07:56 20 Aug 06

Is it on board sound or a pci card?

  noobtype 17:04 20 Aug 06

integrated sound. I keep reading that a system restore shouldn't remove anything under my documents, only stuff on the desktop, but when i do it everything goes. I have 3 gigs of music how can i put all that onto disk?

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