How to Fix Cmicnfg.Cpl Error

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January 6, 2:36 am.

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Rundll Steps To Fix Rundll Errors While Loading Cmicnfg Issues when running cmicnfg.cpl

Don wrote:
Thank you. It worked well. The sound is decent too.

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Don wrote:

I installed the C-Media update in November and found that my sound
then left. When I switched to WinXP Service Pack 2 Pro, I got a different look even
worth following. After receiving SP2, the installed sound began to be taken into account again
works fine and I decided to help you hide this particular update. Today
there was a new update and I additionally installed it, knowing full well that it is generally older
The update was still hidden so I was expecting it to be a new design
Fixed a previous issue I had. Well, the same
happened, the sound seems to have disappeared again. So I uninstalled C-Media WDM
Audio driver software. After reboot I needed the Rundll
dialog
Electronic error message while loading cmicnfg.cpl. Specified part cannot be
find. I installed the original driver for my motherboard (ASUS) and
The CD sound works fine, but I don’t know how to avoid the error message
every time I start my strategy with gasoline. Any help would be
appreciated. Thank you.

Search this key registry for the one trying to load the above and remove it.

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Cur RentVersion\Run
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run


rocks
MS MVP Windows – Shell/User

Well, glad it worked for you. Then you have a query after
Updating drivers does not result in uninstallation, please use any driver rollback feature in
Device Manager. Do not update drivers if the problem is almost certainly related to a new driver
The driver is unavoidable to fix, or it has many new features that you must have. not neededBut And
Get driver updates, for example, from the Windows Update site last. Get them
from the website of the device manufacturer, OEM, or motherboard.


rocks
MS MVP Windows – Shell/User

Don wrote:
Thank you. It worked well. The sound is decent too.

No

“Rock” written in the message


Don wrote:

I already installed the C-Media update in November and chose my sound
then left. When I switched to pro winxp SP2 I didn’t even do that
worth following. After getting SP2, the installed sound was probably back to
works fine and I didn’t forget to hide this particular update. Today
there was a new update and I installed it anyway, knowing full well that the real one was before
The update was still hidden so I expected it to be mine.There is no newer version
Fixed a previous issue I had. Well, the same
happened, the sound disappeared again. So I uninstalled C-Media WDM
Audio driver programming. Reboot after the Rundll dialog appears, and then
Specification / Error loading cmicnfg.cpl. The specified course cannot
find. I insert the original driver from my motherboard (ASUS) and
The sound of the CD works fine, but I don’t know, I wonder how to avoid the error message
from to appear every time I start my practice. Any help would be
appreciated. Thank you.

Find in this key registry those who are trying to download this fact and remove it.

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run


rocks
MS MVP Windows – Shell/User

Well, glad it worked for you. Then you will have time to worry later
Driver update won’t uninstall, please use the rollback function of the main driver in
Device Manager. Do not update drivers unless the problem is clearly with the new driver
Supposedthat the driver is fixed or has a slightly new feature that you should have. should never And
Finally, get driver updates for the Windows Update site. Get them
from the website of the device manufacturer, OEM, or motherboard.

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