First of all, Voicemeeter does not need to be removed in case of problem.
Voicemeeter is a simple Application endowed with an audio device driver, if you don’t use it , there is no way to get trouble.
There is also no reason to reset computer or make a restoring point.
All is a question of audio configuration (basically given in windows Control Panel / Sound Dialog Box).
if you made a desinstallation without REBOOT, re-installing Voicemeeter could not work anymore.
If Voicemeeter Setup Program does not propose you to install, it’s because the virtual audio device is certainly still installed or not completely de-installed. You need to de-install Voicemeeter Virtual Audio Driver manually by the Windows Procedure:
-Go in system / device manager
-Find the Voicemeeter Audio Device and click on it to de-install it.
-Reboot after this operation.
REM: Start by uninstalling multimedia drivers (not audio I/O)
When the multimedia driver is not present anymore,
You might uninstall remaining Voicemeeter audio i/o if any
Reboot and Repeat the operation until having no more Voicemeeter audio component on your system.
if Voicemeeter Installer cannot finish its process (installation should be done in less than 3 minutes)
you can go in Voicemeeter directory (C: \Program Files (x86)\ VB \ Voicemeeter) and
try to use VBCABLE_Setup programs to install or remove Voicemeeter virtual audio device (REBOOT after each operation).
if nothing works and you still can't install Voicemeeter again
as last option, consider making a system roll back (sytem restore)... from a recent point (some days)
(if your system restore is activated of course).
What is system restore?
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