Discussion in 'Hardware Discussion & Support' started by classic_leon, May 29, 2005.
Can someone tell me if this drivers works in audigy 2 nx??
when i know this forum when i was searching for audioHQ WINDOWS XP X64 and when i see u'r post i did'nt know befor that i can setup new software for creative on old and i try it & it work's like a charm i don't know what i say
all who helps to do this work are amizing thanks alot for u'r easy steps and thanks alot
Hey guys go to pax forums link in my sig I try help you out there you need lastest pax drivers first from that site. You need installed audigy 4 pro software first then pax drivers next.
Can someone answer me??
Try it I don't know abut audigy 2nx
You always can used drivercleaner pro if doesn't work
Ho to everybody I'm not very expert about modded drivers for sound blaster card, but I would try these drivers because I am not able to install the KX ones...They don't have the support for my Creative sound-blaster, an Audigy LS :tears:
Is the anyone who tried these drivers on Audigy LS?? I'm not very sure to install them after the experience with kx ones....
To everyone who was having the setup program crash when they hit next I found a fix. If you go into the Audio/Setup directory and run setup.exe there everything will install and, at least for me, correctly.
okay, everything went well.
but may i install Creative's latest drivers or not? :sigh:
Something still doesn't work for me. I have an Audigy 1 card.
I removed everything (used Driver Cleaner), then:
- installed Audigy4 ISO sofftware (unticked the drivers)
- applied A4Patch
- installed drivers from file: YouP-PAX-Fiv2.31
After the restart, the Creative Game Port is installed ok, but I still have the yellow exclamation mark at Audio Multimedia Controller. Any clues?
this links is broken for me
any aditional ????
jejeje thx here are some links work very fine
download the 2.32 sp it allready has audigy 4 pro iso inclueded
Hi thanks for the post, but I need some help in being able to understand any of this... i find it very confussing! I just want drivers (latest) for the Live 5.1 card...
Modded Creative drivers: YouP PAX VI v2.2 For SB Live! series Thats last set of it. I don't think audigy 4 pro software would work with it you can try. All ways installed software first then drivers sec.
grab it from here http://bbs.youp-pax.org/
I just installed this, and could you tell me the difference between this and the standard audigy 2 driver...
oh and by the way, I have installed this, then installed the newest Audigy driver for my card.. January 2006 release
Audigy 2 ZS
Has built in decorder and stuff thats all if you mean the driver?
BOO this guide
I dont know why and how but some where along the line this guide became bs
compared to this guide the bsd and linux guides appear god like
its less time consuming to just buy a audigy 4
i must admit that it is apealing to me but its too much bs to get this working
not because its dificult but because the guide is too old and none of the links dont work i got the iso and the 4patch but no you drivers why because too many links are broken bloating the post and to make things worse the instructions arent even that great (sorry leon no pun intended) theres too much extra information that is not needed and what the hell is that Audigy4prosoftware_YouP.7z is that the original driver iso with the drivers included somewhere where its not plainly visible or do you still need to d/l the you drivers? then theres the pax drivers wich are new you drivers then the whole gettiing 3 things together? why not just repack iso with you drivers with 4 patch with pax with all in one click d/l i know space is limitted and banwith ist free but if youre ofering a guide!! plz make a separate page out of it then if you need to post on another page that way you can edit the guide and the post wont bloat the guide!! if you want me to host the current guide for you i will host a static page no post or nothing with ftp acess sp you can change it as much as you want of course its a mysite.verizon.net\missingxtension adress but for n e one wondering how to install with this guide it doesnt work so llok some where else because the links dont add up
go to ubuntu or bsd and see how those guides work great!! if you want to know what im talking about
wow...this mod is great...everything works perfect for me. It's actually much simplier to do than it sounds like in the guide.
Acutally you only need to download the .RAR file from here
It contains all the PAX driver, application ISO CD, and the A4 fix patch.
1. Remove all the creative old driver and applications. Driver cleaner software is recommanded.
2. Go run regedit, use the Find function to search all the "Creative Tech" ones, and delete them.
3. Restart. Go to C:\Program Files\, delete the Creative folder. Search and clear the Creative Tech reg again. Restart again.
4. Unzip the Audigy4Pro.rar file. Unzip the YouP PAX exe file and install the driver. Restart.
5. Use Daemon Tools to mount and run the ISO file. Choose custom install. Uncheck Audio Console and Win Driver. Install everything else. Restart.
The last 2 steps just follow the guide here.
6. Unzip the Patch file. Overwrite the original SurMixer and SpkSet file with the patch files.
7. Download and Install the Speaker Calibrator software. Restart and it's done.
This Audigy4Pro.rar file comes with YouP PAX 1.0 driver. I've tried other newer YouP PAX drivers, and it causes crashes and some other applications don't work. So I choose to stick with what's in the package. This is good enough for me as I got a cheap OEM A2 card with no driver/software upadate support, and now it's turned into an A4 with it's driver/applications. And I can say is now it sounds so much better than my original A2 driver/applications. It might not be too much different if you've got the retail with the newest drivers/applications. However for OEM card owners, it's totally worth the time on doing this. Just play with it and hear it youself.
I think someone messed up with the name of one of the drivers.
I found the exact driver meant for Creative soundfont at
"ctusfsyn.sys" from c:\windows\system32\drivers\
do not rename ctusfsyn.sys directly (i think some other files may refer to it, i dont want to risk it)
just create a copy of ctusfsyn.sys and then rename that copy to ctmsfsyn.sys
it would do
Separate names with a comma.