SSDR conflicts with other programs.

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I have the game GTA V on my computer. It will not run unless SSDR is completely uninstalled. If I disable all the startup programs and, or run it in the safe mode, it will not run. It will just crash on launch. It will only run with SSDR completely uninstalled and that includes the DAX drivers. Of course the manufacturer of the game has said it is SSDR. My only clue is there is something in the DAX drivers that causes this. This is because if I uninstall SSDR, it will still crash upon startup, then when I uninstall the DAX drivers. It will launch and run fine.   What I am looking for are some ideas on how to fix this. Or maybe a way to boot up the machine to make it appear as if the Flex software was never installed on it, when I want to use the game. At any time I can completely uninstall SSDR and all is fine. Any ideas?

Thanks for the help.    Dan 
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KM6CQ - Dan

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I play this game too and had the same issue.   It is not a problem with SSDR or DAX, it's a problem with GTAV crashing when it indexes too many sound cards in your system.   You have to disable the DAX devices to reduce it.   I was able to reproduce it by adding in a ton of virtual audio cables to prove it wasn't SSDR specifically.   Unfortunately, Rockstar doesn't care and they aren't going to fix it.   You will have to live with it and disable the DAX sound cards in the device manager before playing GTAV.   I have a dedicated gaming PC that I don't use for ham stuff, but I know that doesn't help you any.  :)