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Old 09-30-2006, 12:29 AM
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Default Disable AISO and Wavedriver???

Is there a way to temporarily disable the AISO and Wavedriver? To make a long story short...I have been trying to play Sim City 4 Rushhour on my PC. I have narrowed it down to one or both of those drivers not allowing Sim City to startup. I dont want to delete them but if I could just temporarily disable them then I could play Sim City and re-enable them afterwards...
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