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Windows 7: Question About Modded Driver for Creative SB Tactic3D Rage USB Headset

15 Aug 2013   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Question About Modded Driver for Creative SB Tactic3D Rage USB Headset

Hi Everyone. I have a really annoying issue with my new Headset.
I cannot Hear my Voice Realtime (from the mic) in the headphones.

My old Headset MS Livechat lx3000 had an option at Playback devices where u could UnMute and adjust the Volume of the playback of the microphone. Same thing exist for any microphone i plug in my soundcard.
Unfortunately the new headset by Creative has not something like that and since its very soundproof of the enviroment sounds I cannot hear my own voice when im speaking and that make me unsure if my friends on skype for example (im like half-def) can hear me well and im shouting...

Thats really uncomfortable for me and for others.

I contacted with Creative Support and they told me that their Headsets Have not the "What you hear" feauture like their Sound Blaster ext soundcards (although the headset has a real soundblaster chip in its hardware). Then I asked them if its a Hardware limitation or software limitation. they told me its about the software.

So Now im Searching for a Cool Modder Guru that can fix/mod the driver/software of that Headset in order to implement the "What you hear" Feature or whatever...i need to be able to adjust the playback sound of my microphone.... Please someone help me!!

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15 Aug 2013   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit
 
 

Modifying a driver to provide a new feature (even with source code which for a commercial product is almost never available) is a far from simple thing. To further complicate things a 64 bit driver must be digitally signed. A signed driver is specifically designed to prevent modification.
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15 Aug 2013   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

OMG.... that means there is no chance at all someone would ever bother to make a mod like that even if it would be possible....
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15 Aug 2013   #4

Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit
 
 

A signed driver is specifically designed to prevent modification. Any change in the driver would render the signature invalid and Windows would refuse to install it. This is a good thing. When you have a signed driver you have reasonable assurance that it is as the manufacturer designed it. The driver has no modifications that have not been tested by the manufacturer which might create problems or may have malicious intent. This is for your protection. Of course it also means that driver modification for legitimate reasons is also next to impossible.
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15 Aug 2013   #5

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Yes I understand the Reasons that is near impossible...
And its really pitty that a so much expensive Product does not doing something so much simple yet important and much needed...when even 10 euro products do...
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