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%*PNPB01B.DeviceDesc% Conflict

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I have just finished loading osr2 on my computer. It has loaded a device in Device Manager (other devices) called %*PNPB01B.DeviceDesc% which was not loaded with my old Win95. Is this device driver used for anything important
because it conflicts with my OPTi sound card and I can not set the sound card on any other setting in Device Manager because all the resources have been used up??
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billogle earned 50 total points
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This is generic Plug N Play Driver.  You should delete it and install the software for you sound card before restarting.
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Good stuff billogle, keep it comin
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