XPVistaWin 7 Driver Support for AudigyXFIXtreme AudioUSBPCI E Support Cards

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  1. Nuja

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    Re : Re: Re : Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    I use XFI Extreme PCI-Express, the driver is the one on the cd given with the OEM version.

    Creative audio console
    Creative console launcher
    Creative mixer
    Creative media thing...

    Right Im uploading it, ill post a link as soon as its finished
     
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    How did you get it working without modifying the files? Vista and Windows 7 only 2 channel works.
     
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    Re : Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    Im using xp. Without this cd, xp user could not use spdif/line in. i dont know about vista/windows 7, u could still try, but its mainly for xp user who had the same problem I had.
     
  4. Robert McClelland

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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    Hi Thanks I don't have software from that set sorry if I did I make better updated lol.
     
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    I have the software, want me to upload for you?
     
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    Re : Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    Hi Robert, im uploading the oem cd driver of XFI extreme audio pcie with working spidfin/linein, maybe u could tweak them: make an installer that use new driver with the last audio console and console launcher/creative mixer from this set.
     
  7. Robert McClelland

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    Woot I got my windows 7 key but going be long 8 hours download on my 2meg connection :) I have windows 7 32bit. I won't think windows 7 64 bit would work on my I845 mother board lol
     
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    Back, upload finished: http://nuja.free.fr/SBXAudioPCIe.rar
    Its the XFI Extreme Audio PCI-Express driver set coming with the OEM version of the soundcard for xp 'maybe vista: dont know dont have vista). Robert do you know how to set the delay of recording/monitoring ? The SPDIF-in is working but with a bit of delay making video and sound a bit out of sync.
     
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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    i will down Nuja's drivers and have a look at them, Whats your device ID?

    Does it match mine?
    %Creative.Device4Desc.amd64% = CTDev4, HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_1102&DEV_000A&SUBSYS_11021006
     
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    That's the original CD from Creative, it install perfect but it shows you 5 channel but will only work 2 channel and digital does not work, impossible many people have tryed this.
     
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    digital (optical) = spdif, its working on my computer but in 5.1 its not working, but in stéréo its working.
     
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    I'm selling my shite Xtreme Audio card, getting something better, this will be sold any day now :) shite support from Creative :p
     
  13. Robert McClelland

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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    Just get XFI Music card if you can lol or bgears sound card if you into movies or music.
     
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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    I am more thinking --> ASUS Xonar DX Soundcard, they have their own EAX technology
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    If there audio works like this then i won't have a driver issue or EAX issue inside Windows Vista or Windows 7 :) am i right?
     
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    those cards are over 200 bucks hehe I think.
     
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    Hmm, can't install the newest PAX Audigy-series drivers, says that compatible device is not found even though I have Audigy 2 ZS.... :dead:

    I know it has something to do with only one missing text line from setup files but I dunno what to do with it :p
     
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    Hi Please list your ID Tag thanks
     
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    Re: Re : Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    Nuja... I have been having the exact same problems. With a Toslink (SPDIF) input connected, when my source is set to Stereo everything works fine. As soon as I change my source (xbox 360) to Dolby Digital 5.1, the speakers start to ommit a loud squeal until I turn it back to stereo.

    I am thinking about getting rid of the Extreme Audio PCI-E, and buying a X-Fi Titanium PCI-E. Does anybody know if it works better or at least will allow for Digital 5.1 input with out any issues?

    Thanks
     
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    Re : Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    and also sometimes there are delays (lag) even with spdif in stereo (xbox360)
     

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