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GrAvYMAN

Soundblaster with XP !!!!

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heya

i've just installed WinXP and all is great except i can't get my soundblaster live! 2 work

however, a XP compatible soundblaster driver doesn't seem 2 be available (not that i've noticed)

so, which driver should i install ( 2k, ME, 98 )

i tried win2k's SB driver with no avail

or, if u have the SB XP compatible driver

do gimme the url

thx

:):rolleyes::D

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Ive used the Live value and im now using a Live Player 5.1 with no probs....

Using built in drivers

Regards,

BAH

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Theres been several BIG promblems with Sound blaster software and drivers. The company wont be releasing XP drivers till XP is offical released. I can only suggest 2 things.

1. Get ride of the crap and go with a nice Turlte Beach, as I have done

2. Try some of the items that other user have dont to get it to work, or wait for Creative to release there drivers.

-Chris

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wierd. I have XP Pro corp with an SB Live MP3+ card and it works fine in XP. In fact, XP installed its default driver and it works fine. Try installing the win2k driver for the card, that might work

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Well ya the drivers work fine, but if your a sound freak as I am you will notice sound quility has gone down hill. Not to mention the software creative supplied with the card has many conflicts with XP.

-Chris

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