Originally Posted by Ramrod
Thanks for that Graham.
I sorted the problem out.....I removed all
traces of creatives drivers (do you know how long it takes to manually remove all traces of a program from the directory?
)etc.....and then used mcafee quickclean to make sure (free on a mag disk)
Then I reinstalled the drivers and my headsets mic still didn't work
......so then I borrowed someone elses headset and that worked fine
..............there is a moral in this story
Glad you got it sorted out Ramrod, even though you got cut by occams razor.
If you ever need to mess with the registry again I can recommend a program called jv16 powertools
it's $30, though, it did used to be free, but the last free version timed out on Jan 1st this year. The function I find most useful is that it groups all registry entries for a vendor, like creative, into one place, making removal a very simple process