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Audigy Issues

Discussion in 'Soundblaster Live' started by Chris Streeter, Mar 25, 2005.

  1. Hey guys,

    Sorry for the crosspost guys but i didn't seem to get any response from the
    creative.products.sound_blaster.audigy Newsgroup. I'm hoping that maybe we
    can address the problem i'm having here :)

    I'm out of town and away from all of my computers cd's, which included my
    audigy install cd. I had a Abit NF7 v 2.0 shipped to me and i'm running into
    a small problem now.

    When i download the drivers for my card, the software says that it's unable
    to find my card.
    AUD_EAX4DRV_031031.EXE is the file i'm trying to use.

    After a while of not being able to install the driver the normal way i
    extracted the files and installed the driver on my own. The card is putting
    out great sound like it always does, but i'm not able to use the EAX
    features at all.

    So my question is, What would cause the update file to say that it can't
    find my card, is there a way around that so that i can use the newest
    drivers and get the full eax 4.0 features?

    I've heard that it is possible to use Audigy 2 drivers for the card as well,
    how does that work?
    Is there Benifits to using the Audigy2 drivers?
    If i should use them, how should i install them?

    Just so that you guys know, i'm running an AMD 3200+ on a NF7 version 2.0,
    SB Audigy 0090 (oem). MSI 6600GT video card. I have the latest Nvidia
    drivers for my board, and for my video card.

    Sorry about the long post, But any information wouldbe helpful :)

    Thanks Guys,
    Chris
     
    Chris Streeter, Mar 25, 2005
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