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Anonymous
June 4, 2004 7:23:14 PM

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I bought a microphone and it didn't seem to work correctly
on my computer. I tried it on 2 other computers and it
worked correctly. In mine, I checked all the settings and
they all seem ok. When I went into panel control, audio
and sounds, voice, test hardware, it made an error
saying : "An error as occured during the installation of
DirectPlay Voice". I click ok and it tells me : "Windows
cannot execute DpvSetup.exe, use add/delete programs for
the installation". (both those error message are rough
translations since my Windows is in french). I went there
but didn't know what to do...
So, now I'm not exactly sure if this is a hardware problem
(my sound card maybe) or software... In order to hear
anything when I use the mic, I need to scream in it, yet I
set the mic volume to the maximum in Windows.

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Anonymous
June 4, 2004 7:45:48 PM

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I just found something about that after searching a bit
more on the microsoft website and here's what it says :
"This problem generally occurs only the first time that
you run the test. If this problem continues to occur after
the first attempt, follow these steps:
In Control Panel, double-click Sounds and Audio Devices.
On the Voice tab, under Voice Playback, click Advanced.
On the Performance tab, move the Hardware Acceleration
slider at least one position to the right."
I tried that, but I'm not sure what voice playback
translates to in french... There are two "advanced"
button, when I click on the first one, there IS
a "hardware acceleration" slider, but it's already
completely to the right. I cannot click on the other
advanced button (the second one in that window) since it
is shadowed....
Anonymous
August 6, 2004 2:39:02 PM

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DarkSun, I am also having trouble with the DVPsetup.exe error with my mic..
please let me know if you received any helpful information, any help would be
appreciated.
Thank you
shykitty

"DarkSun" wrote:

> I bought a microphone and it didn't seem to work correctly
> on my computer. I tried it on 2 other computers and it
> worked correctly. In mine, I checked all the settings and
> they all seem ok. When I went into panel control, audio
> and sounds, voice, test hardware, it made an error
> saying : "An error as occured during the installation of
> DirectPlay Voice". I click ok and it tells me : "Windows
> cannot execute DpvSetup.exe, use add/delete programs for
> the installation". (both those error message are rough
> translations since my Windows is in french). I went there
> but didn't know what to do...
> So, now I'm not exactly sure if this is a hardware problem
> (my sound card maybe) or software... In order to hear
> anything when I use the mic, I need to scream in it, yet I
> set the mic volume to the maximum in Windows.
>
>
August 17, 2004 6:21:20 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.hardware (More info?)

I hope this helps.....be careful.

Hi,

I've searched high and low from microsoft to mcafee's
suggestions...the problem lies in the registry (in my case). I was
getting this same error. Also, my event sounds like windows startup,
email, etc sounds were not working either. As it turns out, I had a
similar PC at work and export these two keys to register the MIDI and
default Windows files in order for it to work again. It worked like a
charm. I also had an issue with the windows recorder not
working...again...this import fixed it.

NOTE: My work PC is a win2k Pro and my home PC is a WinXP Home
Edition. Importing these keys using the win2k reg file should not
cause problems but you should always backup your registry. Also, some
rules to know:

1. If the source file (SF) has keys that exist in the destination
registry (DR), the destination registry will be overwritten with the
new value.
2. If the SF does not have a key that is listed in the DR, the DR
entries will be retained (i.e. not deleted).
3. If the SF has keys that do NOT exist in the DR, it will be added to
the DR.

Here are the 2 keys:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows
NT\CurrentVersion\Drivers32]

and

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows
NT\CurrentVersion\drivers.desc]

"shykitty" <shykitty@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:<758EDCA8-210D-487A-BCB6-6FF4723D6D76@microsoft.com>...
> DarkSun, I am also having trouble with the DVPsetup.exe error with my mic..
> please let me know if you received any helpful information, any help would be
> appreciated.
> Thank you
> shykitty
>
> "DarkSun" wrote:
>
> > I bought a microphone and it didn't seem to work correctly
> > on my computer. I tried it on 2 other computers and it
> > worked correctly. In mine, I checked all the settings and
> > they all seem ok. When I went into panel control, audio
> > and sounds, voice, test hardware, it made an error
> > saying : "An error as occured during the installation of
> > DirectPlay Voice". I click ok and it tells me : "Windows
> > cannot execute DpvSetup.exe, use add/delete programs for
> > the installation". (both those error message are rough
> > translations since my Windows is in french). I went there
> > but didn't know what to do...
> > So, now I'm not exactly sure if this is a hardware problem
> > (my sound card maybe) or software... In order to hear
> > anything when I use the mic, I need to scream in it, yet I
> > set the mic volume to the maximum in Windows.
> >
> >
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