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Discussion in 'Soundblaster Live' started by 24 Carrot Balla, Dec 12, 2003.

  1. Well well, I would like to thank all the torrents of help I've been getting
    over my usind my Drive for my Audigy 2 card.

    I haven't seen my mailbox that empty ever since had my internet connect cut
    at the beginning of the year. Since I'm a nice person, I will just assume
    that none of you knew the answer, instead of thoughts that many of you would
    be selfish moochers that are unwilling to contribute, but will to take take
    and take. But none of you would do that. Fellow usenetters wouldn't do
    that to other newgroups users.

    Well here is my results. The Original Audigy I/O front drive that came with
    the original Audigy Platinum, ARE NOT compatible with the Audigy 2 family of
    cards. As stupid as it seems, Creative sells the Audigy cards single, and
    they sell the drive to go with it. They also sell the Audigy 2 cards as
    ZS's, but they DON'T sell the I/O drive (I even begged Customer Support).

    So your solutions are to A) Get a Audigy 2 Platinum if you want the drive,
    B) Get a Pro, so you get the break out box. C)Stick with crappy on-board or
    some other sound card
    24 Carrot Balla, Dec 12, 2003
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  2. 24 Carrot Balla

    DaveW Guest

    I must point out that in most all cases, replies are to the
    NG, NOT email, and also in most cases an email reply
    is NOT welcome, and requests for email reply are usually

    "Since I'm a nice person, I will just assume that none
    of you knew the answer"

    That is likely the case.
    If you are not satisfied with the response here, you could
    always try Creative Labs Tech Support.


    DaveW, Dec 18, 2003
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