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  1. Robert McClelland

    Robert McClelland I'm An Uncle for 2nd time Staff Member

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

    I allready got new XFI set done hehe. I just have work other 3 sets if I'm not doing anything :) It's too shame I can't get new drives work with software suite I try everthing.
     
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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    Hi,

    I am new here.
    Just got SB X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty PCIe and want to hook up my dolby digital 5.1 optical (xbox 360). I read a post that you need a decoder. How do I get it? Or is it true that platinum series cannot decode DD?
    I had a X-Fi PCI version that worked well for this purpose but my new setup forced me buy a PCIe card.
    Thank you in advance.
     
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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    Hi welcome Ya You need grab Free Encorder from creative web site under the drivers :)
     
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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    Do you mean Dolby Digital Live Pack? I tried that but they don't help DECODE the DD signal coming from optical input. When I downgrade the xbox360 output to stereo, then SB platinum recognizes it and plays it.

    From my reaserch so far, it seems like Platinum cards will NOT even recognize dolby digital input. In "creative Audio control Panel" SPDIF I/O tab, it doesn't allow me to select "Dolby Digital/DTS SPDIF In Decode" It is greyed out with "Default"

    I looked at Creative support site and there are no other encode/decoder drivers for PCI Express X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    I am looking at page 48 of this forum by gixer1200 for reference.
     
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    Is it possible for you to make my PCI-Express Extreme Audio card to have bass and treble controls and they are accessible from windows audio control panel (XP/Vista)?
     
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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    U have the Bay? You might need that thats only way make singal to work. It's works on my XFI Champ with bay card
     
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    No, I don't have the Bay. But, the Bay shouldn't matter. It doesn't even have the optical connections on it.
    Just to be sure:
    You have your PS3 connected to PS3 by optical input on the card, and you can play the sound thru your computer at 5.1?
     
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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    Ya I have Optical in on my Bay with 7.1 surround on my ps3. Can you take a pic of your audio con show me u don't have decorder?
     
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    AW: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    Hi Robert.

    I have Vista 32 bit and the X-Fi Titanium.
    Which driver can I use? I downloaded PCIe_PAX_X-Fi_Xtreme_V1.25 but when I start setup.exe there is an error: "Setup is unable to detect a supported product on your system".

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

    Xtreme mean Audio.
    Let me know this one for u http://files.filefront.com/PAX+PCIE+X+Fi+Titanium+wi107z/;13341280;/fileinfo.html
     
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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    I thought its only for Windows 7, isnt it?

    Edit: But I'm loading it and try.
     
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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    Hey lads,

    Anything new I need to mirror?
     
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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    those are older :) u can relax I'm working on audigy 7 and new xp drivers :)
     
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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    Hi Robert, is there anyway to have working "Dolby Digital/DTS SPDIF-In Decode" under Vista with my XtremeMusic SB0460 and my XtremeGamer Fatal1ty Pro SB046A? I tried both your set (6.15; 6.50; 6.55) and the original Creative. I have the Decoder tab but same as skim12365 my SPDIF I/O tab is greyed out with "Default"; no choice for "Dolby Digital/DTS SPDIF-In Decode" and no sound when I choose "use SPDIF" in PowerDVD or AC3 Filter.
    Under XP; it's greyed with "Default" too but "Use SPDIF" is working fine and the sound is beautiful (which mean In decode is working :()
    My friend has a Elite Pro SB0550 and same problem too :(
    Thanks you!
     
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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    Just wanted to thank you - these drivers run flawless with Audigy2Value on Vista x64.
    No bluescreen/game crashes since install. THANKS!!!!

    Is there a way to get (only) the EQ?
     
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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    Once again, a quick reminder and a heads up because there are some new goodies in there :).

    Drivers are mirrored on my RS Account :

    RapidShare: Easy Filehosting


    Check regularly and don't worry about the size. I will add my traffic quota to downloads greater than the free user quota in order to make them work for anyone.


    Check regularly. If Robert gives you a link on Filefront, check the folder, maybe it is there and if not, let me know ;). Here or on MSN.
     
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    Re: Vista and XP Driver Support for Audigy, Xtreme Audio, and Xfi cards

    Rob, have you managed to get EAX working in Vista?

    I've just installed your latest set - the EAX effects are in the control panel, but none of the 'advanced EQ' effects actually work. The 'environment' ones do however...but they are pointless on the whole!
     
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