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Itouch and Audigy 2 conflict?

Discussion in 'Soundblaster Live' started by Philburg2, May 21, 2004.

  1. Philburg2

    Philburg2 Guest

    I was wondering if anyone has had a similar problem to me. Now in the past
    I've had driver problems with creative's drivers, but I wanted to give it
    another try. Well after installing the latest drivers, my PC will lock
    solid when I attempt to use special keyboard features with my Logitech
    keyboard. It will also crash occasionally in games, but the bulk of my
    crashes come here. Now this is not an issue if I stay with the original CD
    drivers, but the updated ones are too tempting (Improved performance and
    features...). Creative has been less than helpful, so if anyone has a
    solution, I would love to hear it.
    Philburg2, May 21, 2004
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  2. Philburg2

    Philburg2 Guest

    Ok, update. After messing around I think I got it down to the Logitech
    keyboard driver. I can use the itouch software if I use the Microsoft
    driver. So far so good, If this holds up I will let you know. This is a
    serious compatibility problem that someone at Logitech should know about.
    Philburg2, May 21, 2004
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  3. Philburg2

    Philburg2 Guest

    Update, I tried every possible config with drivers and USB PS/2 hookups to
    no avail. So I swapped it with an audigy 1, and everything seems ok. So
    for whatever reason, the newer drivers caused my card to lockup the system
    due to whatever. I wanna blame creative for this, but whoever manufactured
    it is probably to blame.
    Philburg2, May 24, 2004
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