Uninstall Or Reinstall Kx Project Audio Driver
Carla is a fully-featured modular audio plugin host, with support for many audio drivers and plugin formats. It has some nice features like transport control, automation of parameters via MIDI CC and remote control over OSC.
uninstall or reinstall kx project audio driver
Carla currently supports LADSPA (including LRDF), DSSI, LV2, VST2, VST3 and AU plugin formats, plus SF2 and SFZ file support. It uses JACK as the default and preferred audio driver but also supports native drivers like ALSA, DirectSound or CoreAudio.
Carla should also be a great tool for debugging and developing new plugins. This is made possible by providing ways to run without audio, aka dummy driver, in order to detect leaks and memory issues. It also provides a way to test a single plugin and/or its custom UI.
If you face Code 43 error in Device Manager, then here are some of the ways in which you can fix the problem. Some methods are as simple as restarting the computer while other methods involve uninstalling and reinstalling drivers.
(!) PCI Ethernet Controller - 98 SE does not seem to want to install the driver for the motherboard NIC. I can't seem to find a way to force it. I've tried right-clicking the INF, installing from Device Manager (by pointing it to the correct INF), removing the NIC from Device Mangager then reinstalling, to no avail. Any suggestions? Maybe I need a PCI NIC, but then I'd be using up all my PCI slots. A separate Realtek NIC driver gives the message "A device attatched to the system is not functioning" message when I try to install it.
Also, I CAN get my Audigy 4 to work under Windows 98 SE using the KX Project drivers instead of the Creative ones, but then the sound in DOS games/programs will not work (because these drivers do not include DOS emulation). However, if you use your computer for primarily music (and I do a lot of audio work) the KX Project drivers are supposedly better than the Creative ones. I only use the Creative ones because there are a lot of old DOS/Win9x games that I like. In any case the FireWire port on the Audigy 4 Pro works using the standard driver that comes with Windows 98 SE.