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  1. Member
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    I just pulled a sound card from the computer which wasn't compatible with Windows 10, except via some 3rd party support pack workaround. While it made the sound card work in Windows generally, it caused issues in other programs. I removed the card, and the drivers, but Driver Easy is showing Creative Game Port as an unplugged device, but I don't see anything in Device Manager. How can I remove all traces of this card's drivers, and this Game Port thing ?
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    did you try rebooting your computer ??
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    Yes, actually I just found the fix, you have to go to View, and then Hidden Devices in the Device Manager
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  4. Device Cleanup Tool (from Uwe Sieber), freeware.
    You have to execute it with Admin Rights.
    Download:
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