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  1. obodo

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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    Hello I'm new to this sites so I hope you don't mind I ask a question here?

    I got the X-Fi Xtreme gamer card of eBay at a very reasonable amount and thought I saved money but it turns out this card is a complicated version (SB0770) with unusual drivers for it to work. :(

    I have bought that for my new system which I want to buy soon which will be in Vista x64.

    I follwed as much the advice of this thread as I can, I see that there is one driver from Alienware sites that I have downloaded but it only says this works on 32 bit vista, not anything about x64?

    Did I make a mistake to buy this card? I have dowloaded the PAX suite in hope that it might also help the problem and work with x64 Vista?

    Sorry about my English, I stay in UK but am only a visitor to this country. :lol:
     
  2. Robert McClelland

    Robert McClelland I'm An Uncle for 2nd time Staff Member

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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    Sorry for late reply I was away for weekend Yes drivers and suite are x64 support :)
     
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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    helloo, im nubie here ...

    wanna ask, im using xfi extreme music SC.
    what should im download & using the driver that goods n compatible for my SC ?

    I've been using the latest official driver creative, but it gives me somekind like error, my console & audio wont open after i upgrade the driver. its says that the audio hardware is not supported for the either console & audio launcher.
    so i cant setting the configuration of the sound.

    please help me, what should i do to download & using the driver for exchange using the official driver creative ?
     
  4. Robert McClelland

    Robert McClelland I'm An Uncle for 2nd time Staff Member

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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    Hi Welcome Do you have your Device ID by chance with official driver so I take look at my sets? It would help point to you right stuff :)
     
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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    Thank you for that reply. :)

    So, I can just install PAX from the start and I won't need any other drivers at all? :confused:

    Sorry to ask more questions. :lol:
     
  6. Robert McClelland

    Robert McClelland I'm An Uncle for 2nd time Staff Member

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    Ya you can used the suite has lastest drivers :)
     
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    Hi there, I'm new here and got a problem for you pros to solve :)

    I bought a Creative X-Fi XtremeGamer (Bulk), installed it corret with the Drivers delievered with the soundcard. I was surprised by the sound, it was just awesome.

    So, anyway. I'm a Gamer and so I need my Mic (Sennheiser PC160) for ventrilo, Teamspeak, Mumble and stuff. BUT IT DOESN'T WORK!!!

    I've tried everything, you must know: I am not a PC noob or smth.

    I've tried every possible setup, but it won't run. So I've googled and googled and googled and then I found your drivers here. I was lucky as hell while I installed it and then...it still didn't work :(

    Everything is correct installed, every cable is at the correct position and I've deinstalled everythin and installed my onboard drivers and now the micro works again.

    Could you tell me, if there is anything I can do to get my Micro running with the Soundcard and Vista Home Premium 64bit?

    I wrote to creative, but they couldn't help me, because its a Bulkversion :(

    I am very very depressed...
     
  8. Robert McClelland

    Robert McClelland I'm An Uncle for 2nd time Staff Member

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    Ya I feel for ya There no way I cann't fix your mic issue. Your best bet trade your card in get better official card that make mic to work right way. Is your Mic muted or won't turn on? Did you try run tuneup program to fix your reg before installing my set?
     
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    Thanks for help! :)
     
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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    Hi there, It's my first post here but i've been reading the thread for a while.
    You see, I've got a Creative X-Fi Xtreme Audio Notebook Card, SB0710 but it doesn't seem to work on my laptop (Vistax32).
    When I try to install the original drivers, there's this message that
    "the setup is unable to detect the supported product on your system. Please ensure that your product is properly installed before running this setup program. Setup will exit"
    When I inserted the card to the Express slot for the first time, it recognizes it as 'PCI standard PCI-to-PCI bridge' and there's no sound.
    I've tried some of your drivers but they either don't exist any more or can't be saved or just don't want to run. (I must point out, i didn't use all of the links, just the ones i saw when reading few pages)

    Also, there's this thing - my motherboard is damaged, ie it has no sound, that's why i've decided to buy the card, does it mean the card won't work either? (I've used small USB audio cards before and they worked fine)

    thanks for any help!!!!!
     
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  11. Robert McClelland

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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    whats your device ID it may be missing :)
     
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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    sorry, you're talking to someone with completely no clue about it, how do i check the ID?
     
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    Hi,

    is it possible to use 'CMSS-3D Headphone' on the Audigy Series with Youp-Pax?

    Thanks in advance!
     
  14. Robert McClelland

    Robert McClelland I'm An Uncle for 2nd time Staff Member

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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    Type dxdiag in run box then go to sound then it tells you what your ID is and sound card. or you can save your dxdiag and list your sound section.
     
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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    Ok, so i'm getting this (not sure which one, so i posted both, maybe it's none of those since the id is the same... )

    sound 1:
    speakers (SigmaTel High Definition Audio CODEC)
    Device ID: HDAUDIO\FUNC_01VEN_8384DEV_7690SUBSYS_1
    Manufacturer ID: 1
    Product ID: 100
    Type: WDM
    Default Device: Yes

    Sound 2:
    Digital Output Decice (SPDIF) (SigmaTel High
    Device ID: HDAUDIO\FUNC_01VEN_8384DEV_7690SUBSYS_1
    Manufacturer ID: 1
    Product ID: 100
    Type: WDM
    Default Device: No
     
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    Re: AW: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    Did you check to see if there one at creative site?
     
  17. Robert McClelland

    Robert McClelland I'm An Uncle for 2nd time Staff Member

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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    Ya those aren't creative cards then. what sound card you own USB 5.1 one?
     
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    Yeah, i used to have a few (3 or 4) 5.1 ones but they always worked only for a month or so. Then I bought a 7.1. USB card and it was great for a year but now it broke too so I got this creative one. long story ;)
     
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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    Did you try my driver set they incress the bass and treble to them? there at my filefront page. Files Hosted By robertmc814 on FileFront
     
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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    huh? which one you are talking about? USB ones?
    or is to help with the creative card? or there's nothing i can do with this 'Xtreme Audio'? sorry, too confused...:uhoh:
     

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