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how can I chage my settings in xp home ed so i can get audio galaxy

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by rikster, Dec 11, 2001.

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  1. rikster

    rikster Thread Starter

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    Here you go see what you can make of this .At the bottom of this i >have pasted the fault as it is registerd on my problem files.acording to this articule from ms i should be able to get it,

     >For those BIOS implementations that are compatible with versions of Windows >released before Windows XP, the operating system will allow the read or >write access to succeed in most cases. Accesses to the PIC and cascaded PIC, >and to the PIC Edge/Level Control Registers, are always blocked. In all >cases an error will be written to the system event log. > >To help ensure system stability on systems with legacy BIOS ASL >implementations, Windows XP attempts to synchronize accesses to resources >whenever possible. For example: > >When a read or write access is detected to the CMOS/RTC index and data pair >registers at I/O addresses 0x70 and 0x71, the operating system does the >following: >Disables interrupts >Preserves the contents of the index (address) register >Allows the ASL code access to proceed >Restores the value of the index register >This process helps prevent a race condition in which the operating system >writes the desired address to the index register and a BIOS method changes >the address in the index register before the operating system can access the >intended data register, causing the operating system to use the wrong index >value. >Note: This approach cannot guarantee that the CMOS address register (0x70) >will not be corrupted on multi-processor systems. >ASL code that attempts to access the PCI Configuration Space registers at >0xCF8 ý 0xD00 is re-routed by the kernel AML interpreter to call >HalGetBusDataByOffset, which allows access to system resources to be >properly synchronized.
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     > >Here is the actual fault that i think is stoping me getting audio galaxy
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     > >AMLI: ACPI BIOS is attempting to write to an illegal IO port address (0x70), >which lies in the 0x70 - 0x71 protected address range. This could lead to >system instability. Please contact your system vendor for technical >assistance > >
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     see what you think ,with a headache.Rikster.
     
  2. eddie5659

    eddie5659 Moderator Malware Specialist

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    Hiya and welcome

    Whilst I'm searching for this answer, AudioGalaxy is packed with Spyware. Not good. Go here and download AddAware http://www.lavasoftusa.org/

    Uninstall Audiogalaxy via AddRemove.

    Install AddAware and run, ensuring that Deep Registry Scan is enabled. Remove all except any references to Web3000 or new.net. If you're unsure, copy/paste the list.

    Also, whilst you're at that site download RefUpdate.

    Another program, that works just the same as is not spyware is here: http://www.winmx.com/

    whilst I think, what is the name of your video card? Go to Control Panel | System. Device Manager. Under Display, look for the name of your video card. Also, what is the name of your sysytem?



    Regards

    eddie
     
  3. rikster

    rikster Thread Starter

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    turns out it was freeserve blocking me ,sorted now downloaded addware found 18 Alexa threads .Ihave kept AG but have got rid of spyware.Thanks for your help Rgds rikster.
     
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