Speakers can't be detected. Error code 39. Solved

  1.    #1

    Speakers can't be detected. Error code 39.

    Good day!

    Windows 10, x64
    Error Code 39: https://i.imgur.com/65ZYEPF.png

    What I did to resolve the issue:
    - Delete UpperFilters and LowerFilters.
    - Replaced physically soundcard
    - Different drivers installations
    - Windows updates
    - sfc /scannow (Successfully passed)
    - chkdsk /f

    The last tool "chkdsk /f" helped me, the drivers loaded, speakers were detected and sound worked.
    But there is a problem: It only works after boot with chkdsk, if I reboot PC without scheduled chkdsk drivers won't load up and I'll get Error Code 39.

    Did my best to find out the solution, but the issue is not known in google. Help or thoughts are very appreciated.
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  2.    #2

    use the packet from the expert daniel K.

    the drivers are the latest whql with fixes.

    The included driver for Windows Vista or later has a bug that causes a stop (blue screen) error when unloaded by disabling the Audigy or uninstalling the driver.

    To workaround this issue, run the KillDrv.exe utility included and restart when asked to do so. Proceed normally and uninstall all the software then install the packet. The driver from danielK is for the audigy rx and he modded it for all the audigy without tampering certificate. Is new driver from 2015.
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  3.    #3

    Bombastik, thank you for the advice.
    Still experiencing the same issue.
    The drivers work only after reboot with chkdsk. Next reboot without chkdsk utility leads to drivers not loading.
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  4.    #4

    Repair Install of Windows 10 with an In-place Upgrade.

    Then reinstall the packet.
    Also do u tried to change the pci slot for audigy 2?
    Also the packet include an unistaller. Run the setup and choose the option remove all programs from creative then retry.

    first try the unistaller then the pci slot change and then the inplace upgrade.
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  5.    #5

    Did everything mentioned above, except repairing windows10 installation. But the problem hasn't been fixed though.
    Yesterday I plugged in my father's LG V20 (android phone) and it couldn't be recognized. The driver installation was failing and I completed like top 15 possible issues connected with that I found in the internet. Close to the point:
    - I Have windows10 pro N. This windows version doesn't contain windows media player and some other stuff.
    - I installed windows 10 media player using windows special update for Windows10 proN
    - Then I successfully installed drivers for phone and after reboot problem with the sound has gone too!

    So the problem was in windows media player not installed.
    Thank you Bombastic for help. It wouldn't be resolved without your help.
      My ComputerSystem Spec


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