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SB Live Vista Drivers

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Old September 11th 06, 04:16 AM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
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Default SB Live Vista Drivers

Little problem, i did that and yeah it installed it ok. But then i went and
let Vista pick the driver for my ati x1600... rebooted and it bluescreen so i
had to use last known config. I see that the sound driver aint' installed
again, so i do that again but just get error saying it found drivers but
couldn't find the file it needed. I deleted the dir and tried again but still
same error message, anything i can do to fix this?

"skhekare" wrote:

Creative SoundBlaster Live! Series. Works with special drivers found here
http://www.ngohq.com/home.php?page=F...&dwn_cat_id=20 (32 Bit) (does
not work with gamer mode, nothing gets installed) Instead, download the WinXP
driver, run it (it will say and error message, don't press OK yet, go to (for
example C:\Users\a\AppData\Local\Temp\CRF000\Audio\Drivers \WIN2K_XP) and in
device manager click "update driver" and use that path. Or you can extract
the driver from the package. Download LiveDrvUni-Pack(ENG).exe (24.451.404
bytes) and extract the /audio/drivers folder and run CTZAPXX.exe to install
the drivers. Now digital output trough the creative digital din plug works
with 5.1 speaker setting with Creative Inspire 5.1.

"Jay" wrote:

The driver for the SBLive 5.1that came down from the updates is not complete,
There are 3 drivers in total for that card, and only one was in the update.
So because of this, it only works in stereo, no surround, and vista doesn't
see the microphone jack. Also the gameport isn't recognised because although
a driver for it is in the update, It's not a vista driver, it is an XP driver.

I'll continue searching for drivers, perhaps a 3rd party will have had this
problem and solved it themselves. For now I'll just check with ATi and make
sure there is a catalyst driver for my radeon.

"Andre Da Costa [Extended64]" wrote:

The drivers for my Sound Blaster Live! 5.1 WDM card came down after
automatically enabling Windows Update under All Programs. You might want to
do that and see if yours come come down the same way. As for the Acer 310U
scanner, the manufacturer is always the best source for drivers, have you
contacted them about driver support for Windows Vista in the future?
Windows Connected | http://www.windowsconnected.com
Extended64 | http://www.extended64.com
Blog | http://www.extended64.com/blogs/andre

"PcDoc" wrote in message
Anybody find drivers that'll work for the SBLive cards in Vista 32 bit?
Creative Labs has posted on their site that they don't plan on supporting
them in Vista.
Also searching for drivers for an Acer 310U scanner for vista.



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