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INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL INSTRUCTIONS:

Installation or Update of Analog Devices SoundMAX Audio Driver

    NOTE: Remove any previously installed driver using the instructions
          in the next section.

1.  From the task bar, click on Start -> Run.

2.  In the Run dialog box, type X:\path\setup, where X:\path is the
    full path to the root of the installation media.

3.  When installing, "SoundMAX Install" dialog box appears. In the
    dialog box, press Next. When upgrading or reinstalling, "Setup
    Type" dialog box appears. In the dialog box, select "Reinstall or
    Upgrade" radio button, then press Next.

4.  Click on the Next and OK prompts as they appear.

5.  Reboot the system to complete the installation.


Removal of Analog Devices SoundMAX Audio Driver

1.  From the task bar, click on Start -> Settings -> Control Panel,
    or for Windows XP, click on Start -> Control Panel.

2.  Double-click on the Add/Remove programs icon.

3.  Double-click on SoundMAX Install. (A dialog box appears.)

4.  Select Remove and then press Next.

5.  Reboot the system to fully uninstall the drivers.


TO INSTALL USING AN INF FILE:

1.  Find the location of the following files:

    * smwdm.sys
    * smwdm.inf
    * smx.cat (for signed drivers)

    NOTE: These files are located in the W2k (for Windows 2000 / Windows XP)
 subdirectory of the distribution media.

2.  Open Control Panel using the Start Menu->Settings->Control Panel
    and double click the System icon.

3. Select the Hardware tab and click the Device Manager button).

    *For Windows XP

        a. If Multimedia device is "Intel(r) 82801 BA/BAM AC'97
           Audio Controller" (default), remove device and rename
           corresponding inf file C:\WINDOWS\Inf\wdma_int.inf into
           C:\WINDOWS\Inf\wdma_int.

        b. Select "Scan For The Hardware Changes".

        c. In the "Add New Hardware Wizard" dialog box, select
           "Install from the list of specific locations" radio
           button and click Next.

        d. Select location of the driver files noted above and
           click Next to install driver.
         
    If Multimedia Audio Device is older version of SoundMAX Integrated
    Digital Audio Device, follow driver update procedure described
    below for other operating systems.
       

    NOTE: Different actions are necessary depending on whether a
          Multimedia Sound Device is present.

    * If a Multimedia Sound Device is present (like "SoundMAX
      Integrated Digital Audio" or an "AC'97" generic sound
      driver), complete the following steps.

 a. Double-click on the device.

 b. Select Driver tab.

 c. Click Update Driver.

 d. Select Search for a better driver.

 e. When prompted for a location, select a specific location
             and enter the one noted above.


    * If a Multimedia Sound Device is NOT present, complete the
      following steps.

 a. Click refresh.

             NOTE: A multimedia device will be found.

 b. Select Search for a better driver.

 c. When prompted for a location, select a specific location
             and enter the one noted above.


TO UNINSTALL WHEN USING INF FILE:

1.  Open System Properties using the Start Menu->Settings->Control
    Panel.

2.  Select the Hardware tab, and click the Device Manager button.

4.  Select Sound, Video and Game Controllers -> SoundMAX integrated
    Digital Audio device.

5.  Right click and select or click the Un-install icon with the red X.

6.  Following an un-install, the system must be restarted before
    another install can be run.


The Windows Plug and Play System maintains a backup copy of the driver
and will re-install it automatically upon reboot unless another driver
replaces it. If you wish the driver to be completely removed from the
system, complete the following steps:

Using Windows Explorer, delete the following from the WINDOWS
directory (WINNT for Windows 2000):

    a. For Windows 2000/Windows XP:
       C:\WINNT\inf\OEMn.inf, or C:\WINDOWS\inf\OEMn.inf for
       Windows XP, (where n is an integer)
       Only delete those files that are copies of Smwdm.inf
       (they will be named OEMn.inf [where n is an integer]).  
       Also, delete the corresponding .pnf files.

    b. C:\Windows\system32\drivers\smwdm.sys


UNATTENDED (SILENT) INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

Unattended installations use an Install Shield Silent Response
File (setup.iss) to provide user input.

Running an Unattended (Silent) Installation

Run SETUP.EXE as described in the installation section above, but with
the -s parameter to use the .iss file that is provided with the driver.
   
To use a different setup.iss file, use the -f1 parameter to provide the
full path to the file.

  NOTE: When running an installation in silent mode, no messages
        are displayed. Instead, a log file named Setup.log captures
        installation information, including whether the installation
        was successful. The -f2 parameter can be used to control
        where the log file is created.


Running an Unattended (Silent) Uninstallation

1.  From the task bar, click on Start -> Run.

2.  In the Run dialog box, type X:\path\setup -s REMOVE,
    where X:\path is the full path to the root of the
    installation media.

3.  Reboot the system to fully uninstall the drivers.
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