Discussion in 'PAX Drivers' started by Robert McClelland, Oct 30, 2009.
any news on new audigy OS?
If I remember correctly they are in the first post of this thread, which is stickied.
Hi Robert. I have a Titanium Fatal1ty Pro. I have an issue installing your suite. At the same point, each time, I get this screen. This time I got it on a clean install. Everything appears to install, but sound is a bit off color. Any suggestions?
Did you download the T series suite? My PCI XFI Software won't work on T series card you need T series driver set to make work. Don't worry. On audigy would have wait after I get the new PCI XFI Driver out Prelude driver is next then Audiyg se card then Audigy then xtreme audio then T series would see. Remember there one person doing this
I have the PAX PCIe XFI Creative Titanium Treiber Winter Suite 2009, is that correct? Thanks, Robert.
ya if your card not support let me know please show me your device id Unless drivers not working as well as I hope lol
still no new audigy OS set (1.30 is newest)?
Correct Audigy v1.30 is newest after I get my XFI project done. Going work on prelude drivers people on other site been waiting updated on it. hehe. Then I'm going do audigy se updated then audigy then pci e drivers.
Wating for new Audigy suite in win 7 x64
Amazing! Can't Wait for the new Audigy Drivers.
I just hope those are for my Audigy Card ( PCI\VEN_1102&DEV_0007&SUBSYS_100A1102&REV_00 )
Are you stilll planning on doing some drivers for us Forte users too hopefully? Preferably drivers that make use of older ctoss2k.sys versions, like 184.108.40.2063 or 220.127.116.11. As long as it's not 18.104.22.1680...
Sick of having the ctoss2k.sys BSODs when a map changes in BF2 mods like PR and FH2 (which seems to affect all people with X-Fi cards + 64 Bit OS). Creative X-Fi people (that use non-Auzentech cards) solved it by installing modded audio drivers, which have a 22.214.171.1243 ctoss2k.sys. Could never find drivers for Auzentech X-Fi Forte that didn't use 126.96.36.1990 though (which didn't fix my problem).. :sigh:
Here's are some topics regarding the ctoss2k.sys BSOD some people, including me, are having:
Ya I'm kinda taking break now
Just updated from Windows XP 32-bits to Windows Seven 64-bits.
With "Pax Audigy Software Suite Winter Edition 2009" (AD8D4540334A352E8BB5E1E2F014BC5E), which was working fine on Windows XP 32-bits, I have the same issue as "magwork": sound working but unusable tools (Surround Mixer, EAX Console, etc.).
Should I wait for 2010 release (with improved Windows Seven 64-bit support)?
Ya wait for it . I be working on new Audigy set soon.
Thank you: I'll just stick with Window's drivers and wait for yours
I'm using X-Fi Titanium + Winxp Pro SP3..
PAX PCIe XFI Creative Titanium Treiber Winter Suite 2009
It can install correctly but when I select Creative Audio Control Panel or the
Creative Console Launcher, it says something like no device or what, can't remember correctly. So I uninstalled it.
PAX PCIe XFI Titanium All-OS-Driver V1.10
Everything works fine.
Check your PM I just PM you new suite try out let me know.
That is completely nonsense. I am surprised that you do write so much wrong infos in one post.
1st: The power connector on the PCB just powers the X-Fi I/O Console via the AD_Link connector. So that is just relevant for the Elite pro.
2nd: The drive bay has it´s own power connector. So there is no need for more power from the sound card.
3rd: The SB046A models do *NOT* support hardware DD or DTS decoding. So stop fooling people here about your driver´s capabillity to activate such a feature. Your driver does not have that capabillity.
Creative hosts a complete list on their website about the models that support hardware DD / DTS decoding: Sound Blaster X-Fi Series with DVD-Audio Playback and Dolby Digital/DTS Decoding
Thanks for list This should help people under stand what decoder cards go where. And welcome. Hi Mik30 welcome please disucss in this thread here > thanks http://www.hardwareheaven.com/pax-drivers/195875-new-pax-driver-suite-discus-thread-42.html
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