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  1. Robert McClelland
    Aug 5, 2011 03:47 PM - permalink
    Robert McClelland
    I have 8gigs of ram I have no audio issue
  2. Davor982
    Jul 24, 2011 12:35 AM - permalink
    Finally I solved this mystery! Its all about 4GB installed ram memory.
    I found this post:
    "I claim NO responsibility if you mess this up but you can use this as a temporary work around until it is resolved by creative labs without removing memory... physically.

    First run MSCONFIG

    select the boot tab
    select advanced options
    under max memory select 3990 (or any value under 4 GB is fine IE anything less than 1024 * 4)

    This will reduce the amount of memory that the PC uses which will allow you to hear the audio. There is also BETA testing of newer drivers from Creative (the most recent batch of BETAS did not resolve the issue) that I am a part of. When there is a working beta I will respond so we can all utilize our 64x machines."

    This could be helpful for anybody with x64 OS's, and more than 4GB RAM memory installed.
  3. Robert McClelland
    Jul 20, 2011 10:08 PM - permalink
    Robert McClelland
    Make sure microphone is defualt on and listen threw. It can be annoying at times.
  4. Davor982
    Jul 20, 2011 09:44 PM - permalink
    The onboard output is disabled in bios and AMD HDMI disabled from device manager, good point! But i have the issue with the microphone input on recording devices tab the VU-meter right to it is always on full I think that's the problem. Any help please?
  5. Robert McClelland
    Jul 19, 2011 02:16 AM - permalink
    Robert McClelland
    Did you make sure you have onboard and HDMI video card are disable make sure you have creative speaker are set default
  6. Davor982
    Jul 18, 2011 07:01 PM - permalink
    Please my friend, help me.
    I just purchased used creative xtreme music (retail) sb0460
    with id:

    I am running windows 7 x64.
    Today I have downloaded yours newest driver "PAX PCI XFI ALL OS Driver V4.60" and "PAX MASTER Suite V2.05" installed them, and had no luck. It seams that the drivers are properly installed and the installation went without any problem, but whatever i tried i couldn't manage to get sound.
    Could you point the exact driver for me.
    Thank you in advance.
  7. DjFluidz
    Jul 14, 2011 05:18 PM - permalink
    login msn bro.. need to speak to you.
  8. Robert McClelland
    Jul 1, 2011 07:43 PM - permalink
    Robert McClelland
    I will try with my tweaks on usb stuff XFI HD USB let you know later Got do auzentech drivers next .
  9. crown21
    Jul 1, 2011 03:31 PM - permalink
    I have the same situation as Eternaltraces (he posted on 05/11).
    Robert, can you please help with drivers for SB1240 (X-Fi HD USB) to be able to unlock full EAX parameters controls and bass/treble controls under Win7 x64?
  10. RanCorX2
    May 29, 2011 01:44 PM - permalink
    hi, I found several items in your full pax x-fi suite that could be updated;

    CTShared\Shared <some files in here
    Creative Entertainment Center\CTShared\CTRedist\APOIM
    Creative Entertainment Center\CTShared\CTRedist\Cadi
    Creative Entertainment Center\CTShared\CTRedist\LaunchEx\PIDInst

    still checking versions against others i have, the newer versions are in the forte driver btw.
    Just uninstalled everything creative and am going to install it all again with the updated components.

    edit, correct some of the updated components reside in the forte driver and some in x-fi mb 1.9.

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  • About Robert McClelland
    Somewhere in Wood County Ohio Same Town :)
    Created best possbile sound on creative sound cards drivers.
  • System Spec
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    AMD X6 1055T@3220mhz Tubro 3.8hz.
    AMD Ram AP38G1608U2K OC at 766.7mhz
    Memory Timings
    Gigibyte 5850 OC Edtion 1gig 765/1000
    Gigabyte 890FX/Titanium Champ SoundCard.
    Power Supply
    ENERMAX REVOLUTION85+ ERV920EWT 920W ATX12V / EPS12V SLI Ready CrossFire Ready 80 PLUS SILVER.
    Operating System
    Windows 8 Pro X64.
    Samsung SyncMaster S24B300EL HD LED LCD
    Scythe SCKBT-1000 120mm Sleeve Kabuto 6 Heat Pipes CPU Cooler
    Hard Drive 1
    OCZ-VERTEX3 90 gig
    Hard Drive 2
    WD 1T 64meg cache Black Edtion
    Computer Case
    Guarding 921 with 10X LG Blu Ray Burner
  • Signature
    "XTREME AUDIO IS CRAP!" "There no support for it. It's crapist card on face of the earth it should be throw into the sun"

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