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Footslog Support - Ticket ID 12158 Completed

Date submitted: Thu, November 4 at 10:25:59
Category: Hardware
RAM: 32MB
Processor: Pentium
MHz: 166
Operating System: Windows 95
The problem:

When my computer is booting up, prior to Windows loading, I get the following message: Native Audio Warning: The device "Audio__ Mix" could not load the global filter "AEC__Output Filter". Audio services will continue without this filter. It then says to click any key to continue. Then I get the following: Native Audio Warning: The device "Audio__ Split" could not load the global filter "AEC__Input Filter". Audio services will continue without this filter. Then after clicking any key, Windows loads and all is normal. How do I get rid of the warnings?


Solution:
There are some drivers that are loading through DOS out of your autoexec.bat file located at the root of your boot drive. Most likely C: is your boot drive, so this file would be located at C:\autoexec.bat. You will need to edit this file. You can use notepad or Word pad if you want to edit it. After you have it open you will need to look for one or more of the lines that execute the program that is causing the error. Without seeing the contents of this file it is impossible for me to tell you which exact line. It may have the word AEC in the line. When you think you have found the correct line, type 'REM' and a space at the beginning of the line. This will make DOS skip this line and therefore not load the driver that is causing your error. Save the file and reboot to see if the error is gone.


 

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