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Turtle Beach Santa Cruz and XP drivers -- 4161 vs. 4193

Discussion in 'Soundcards' started by chmartin@mail.davidson.alumlink.com, Jan 24, 2005.

  1. Guest

    Hello,
    If you're using the Santa Cruz sound card and are running XP, I'd like
    to know if you're using the latest signed driver (v 4161) or the latest
    unsigned driver (v 4193). My system seems to be more stable (i.e.
    doesn't crash and reboot) with the the older driver, although the new
    driver sounds better.

    Of course, there are actually three driver: SC, SC WMA and the Game
    Port. So I'm also thinking of updating just those one at a time to see
    how I get optimal stability. Any advice would be welcome. Thanks,

    Chris
     
    , Jan 24, 2005
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  2. /mel/ Guest

    wrote:
    > Hello,
    > If you're using the Santa Cruz sound card and are running XP, I'd like
    > to know if you're using the latest signed driver (v 4161) or the
    > latest unsigned driver (v 4193). My system seems to be more stable
    > (i.e. doesn't crash and reboot) with the the older driver, although
    > the new driver sounds better.


    4193. No problems at all for me (XP/SP2/AMD64). This is on a Videologic
    Sonicfury card.

    > Of course, there are actually three driver: SC, SC WMA and the Game
    > Port. So I'm also thinking of updating just those one at a time to see
    > how I get optimal stability. Any advice would be welcome. Thanks,
    >
    > Chris


    --

    /mel/

    np: 06 - 1996
     
    /mel/, Jan 24, 2005
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  3. Bob Guest

    I'm using v 4193 with the Turtle Beach SC with no problems under XP
    Pro.

    <> wrote:
    :Hello,
    :If you're using the Santa Cruz sound card and are running XP, I'd like
    :to know if you're using the latest signed driver (v 4161) or the latest
    :unsigned driver (v 4193). My system seems to be more stable (i.e.
    :doesn't crash and reboot) with the the older driver, although the new
    :driver sounds better.
    :
    :Of course, there are actually three driver: SC, SC WMA and the Game
    :port. So I'm also thinking of updating just those one at a time to see
    :how I get optimal stability. Any advice would be welcome. Thanks,
    :
    :Chris
    :
     
    Bob, Jan 25, 2005
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