Somehow, the devise for my windows sound system has become disabled, causing my computers ability to produce sound through its normal pathway, which is accessed in the back of the computer. Or, actually where you would normally plug your speakers in at. I know my sound card is good because I can access sound by plugging the speakers into a jack which is located in the front of my computer, which was designed for plugging headphones into. When I go to system properties, and look under devise manager, for "sound, video and game controlers", the dropdown menu shows that the (WSS)Devise status has stopped responding, and indicates a Code 11. Also says, for more information look up ASD in Windows Help. I did that and it shows that there are five drivers installed for this devise, and that they are working and there is no conflict showing up under the driver resourses tab. The computer is a CyrixInstead, I am using Windows 98 SE, which replaces the older Windows 95 which was on it before the problem started, and this devise was working prior to changeing to Win 98 SE. I have looked this up in the windows help index and have not gotten anywhere with it. Does anyone have any ideas as how to turn this pathway back on so I can use the functions it provides for this computer. Thanks
There appears to be a problem with this code as it does not remove the dropdown history of any browsers that are running at the time. I have tried removing the registry settings at HKEY_CURRENT_USER,"Software\\Microsoft\\Internet Explorer\\Typed URLs\\" and the entry goes away, however the IE application that is running still shows the history int he dropdown. (I think for just the typed ones). (Running XP home)
Microsoft reports that these two interfaces (they are
COM interfaces, if you didn't know already) are
supported by ME and 2000. Since the article came out
before XP, I'm guessing XP supports it too. Win 9x, I
guess we miss out...
I'm interested in having my application display the browsing history of the computer it's run on. I can do all the other browsers, 'cuz they store they're URL cache in a less obfuscated manner, but I need help with IE.