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Problem With SBLIVE

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I have a sblive platinum(Regular not 5.1) and im using the latest WDM
drivers by windows update, The sound works perfectly no problem at all, BUT my speakers dont work properly, i have Klipsch 4.1(www.klipsch.com) and only 2 of the 4 speakers work the 2 front ones do, the 2 in the back dont. And ive tried tinkering with the settings on the different speaker and headphone modes but it seems not to work, Liveware3 always made it work on any os i used, But i cant use liveware because it screws up and gives me dvld32 errors and does the error reporting crap over and over, is there anyway to get all 4 speakers working :

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http://www.soundblas.../support/winxp/ says Mid October for their support of Windows XP.

There is a new driver here though:


sbl51_2kdrv.exe Download Driver

Date: 010921 3,729,780 bytes
This is a standalone driver update for Sound Blaster Live! , for users running on English-language installations of Windows 2000 ONLY.

This update:
1.Enables Dolby Digital (AC-3) streams from Sound Blaster Live! operating under Windows 2000.
2.Includes WHQL Certified drivers
3.Tested on the following models: Sound Blaster Models: CT4760, CT4790, CT4830, CT4832, CT4870 CT4872, SB0060, SB0100 and SB0102).

Note: The Driver Will Not Work on the following models: CT4620, CT4670 and CT478x Series.

This requires:
1.Supported Softdvd Players
2.Windows 2000 Service Pack 2.