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Boot Camp: keep having to reinstall audio drivers


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Hi! I'm running win 7 ultimate on a 2009 imac...

everything's working pretty well, except every few times I reboot the computer, I'm greeted with a little red "x" where the volume control should be. I click it and it figures out for itself that it needs to reinstall cirrus logic drivers. How can I make this driver installation permanent?

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Make sure the correct audio drivers have been installed. Since you didn't provide any info about your machine or which version of OS X you're running, I don't know which drivers you should be using. Install the drivers from your OS X DVD, either Leopard or Snow Leopard.
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And be sure to download and install BootCamp 3.1 if you haven't already - it's a windows executable (download and install it from within Windows) available on the Apple support site.

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