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EAccessViolation annoyance

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Just to clarify, I use a soundcard for audio, not onboard.

Firstly, I installed XP SP3, which seemed to screw up my onboard sound driver, so it was unrecognized hardware.

After having the annoying 'add new hardware' screen pop up on each boot-up for a few days, I decided to reinstall the driver.

I got the latest driver, and installed it. Had to go through all sound menus to change audio from onboard to the soundcard. I restarted.

Now, when I boot-up, I get the EAccessViolation pop-up. It's definitely related to the audio, but the only solution I've found is a total reinstall, which is not going to happen. Any other, better solutions?
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Disable the onboard audio in the BIOS.
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