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 Since I installed WinXP I have a GPF every time I tri to execute the "Speaker" module from AudioHQ. I have a Creative sound blaster live! value, and it seems the problem is with CTSURMIX.EXE
  A friend of mine have much like the same hardware (a7v133 motherboard, duron 900mhz, 256MB RAM...). How can I solve that?
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Check this link. You need to update your software for use with XP.

http://www.soundblaster.com/support/winxp/sblivedrvupdate.asp
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I tried that, doesn't work
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You may need to remove the sound card from the Device Manager before installing the XP drivers, for the installation to work properly.

Remove all entries listed under sound. Reboot and retry the installation.
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