Hi Dell, no big deal. BTW … ES-335 is a nice guitar, isn't it?
The procedure for Windows:
1. Quit the application TotalMix FX, so that the relevant files are not being locked by the application.
2. Make a backup of this folder in your user's profile. Create a ZIP archive or simply rename the entire folder:
C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\TotalMixFX -> C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\TotalMixFX-20230112_01
3. Restart TotalMix FX (or reboot computer)
Removal and reinstallation of the ASIO driver is not required and doesn't bring anything as you already experienced.
Rationale behind it (am in guessing mode, but I think exactly these are the reasons):
a) an uninstaller is not needed, if there is no interface found, the driver is not being loaded (fair enough).
b) the installer of the latest driver version installs and overwrites/updates the files
c) the installer doesn't overwrite your latest settings in the profile directory intentionally so that you still have the last settings for safety reasons. If you want to remove them, then it is easy to get rid of them as described above.
BR Ramses - UFX III, 12Mic, XTC, ADI-2 Pro FS R BE, RayDAT, X10SRi-F, E5-1680v4, Win10Pro22H2, Cub13