This blog entry was gleaned fromJake Ludington’s MediaBlab, aFeatured Community Web site on September 22, 2006 .


This error message generally means the application that controls volume in Windows, sndvol32.exe, is corrupt rather than uninstalled. There isn't a clear reason why this happens, although there have been cases where third party drivers from soundcard manufacturers completely damage the entire Windows volume control setup.


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