click the Normal Start Up, below click OK,?and reboot. does this mean that the audigy doesn't work or what? the_riddler03-18-2007, 12:20 AMStrange enough the procedures you have detailed out here, are exactly what I explained many posts ago. I clicked on Update Driver / answered "No" to the Windows Update question / Chose "Install From List or specific location" / Hit next and then chose "Don't Search, I will have a peek at this web-site
Add me to the list. I finally found that this problem was due to lack of compatibility with Norton GoBack 4.0. With GoBack was disabled, but not removed, the installation process went flawlessly and the CTMBHA errors did not recurr. The application will exit The other Creative features are no longer functional either, such as EAX Settings, Speaker Settings, Graphic Equalizer, and the before mentioned Surround Mixer(fancy volume control).
LB ps: I tried loading the software from CD as distributed with the computer and bootup failed. Before reinstalling, I would get the CTMBHA.DLL error that was described. As I mentioned, the technician did this and I have had NO PROBLEMS with my system nor sound applications to date. It sounds like your profile for administrator doesn't have some of the registry problems you are having..
Real Geek Forums > Archives > Operating Systems > Windows XP > Windows XP Help & Support > CTMBHA.DLL error? Get sound fine thru Bose speakers but also get irritating message on bootup: "Error loading CTMBHA.dll. Leave the system in this configuration. 7). I think that it has been a series of unfortunate coincident events.
Problem: When I log in, a message box comes up displaying an error as follows: RUNDLL Error loading CTMBHA.DLL A dynamic link library (DLL) initialization routine failed. I confirmed this when I performed recent Window updates and upon reboot the I started to notice the error. http://forum.notebookreview.com/showthread.php?t=10889 -- wilschilli ----------------------------------------------------------------------- wilschillin's Profile: http://forums.techarena.in/members/wilschillin.ht View this thread: http://forums.techarena.in/windows-xp-support/471553.ht http://forums.techarena.i Re: CTMBHA.DLL error? The next time I booted, I got the same message. > > Creative Labs SB Audigy ADVANCED MB - it needs to be rereistered with > Creative labs.
Or you could just buy a Mac, although the new Intel chips have now made them subject to an increasing number of Windows-like issues... The frequency of the interference is stronger or louder on the CD-RW dri've than it is on the DVD-RW dri've. Hope this helps anymore of you that got sucked into buying a Dell. The best description I can give is...
True? If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. Error Loading Ctmbha.dll Dell The only problem I'm having is with Retrospect- an external hard drive backup program. Thanks for your presence.
Make sure that the disk is not full or write-protected and that the file is not currently in use. Check This Out Solution: Re-boot the system and press F8 in order to select startup in SAFE MODE. Click on "Apply" then on "OK" to close System Configuration Utility 6). The soundcards in the dells are not infact Creative Labs Sound Cards..
I have also gently cleaned the dri'ves to make sure they are operating without dust bunnies... It might be best to remove the Creative or Sigmatel Directories. JetJock08-30-2008, 08:25 AM