Creative Sound Cards.

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  1. Posts : 1,039
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Service Pack 1 (Build 6.1.7601)
       #101

    I tried the drivers on my wife's computer and it works fine.
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  2. Posts : 77
    Win 7 Home Premium 64 bit
       #102

    New Topic. Have read all the posts and still need advice. Have bought a used Creative X-Fi SB0770 card on eBay with no drivers or other support material. I have downloaded the PDF spec sheet from Creative.

    I want to run it on Win 7 32 bit. Unfortunately it is not listed on the Creative website as having Win 7 support. Can anyone advise a software/driver package that will work.

    A few extra details. The pc board is black. It has 5 jack inputs and an optical input and output. The card is quite wide at 10cm and 17cm long. It is a PCI slot fitting.
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    Win 8 Release candidate 8400
       #103

    bilzmale said:
    New Topic. Have read all the posts and still need advice. Have bought a used Creative X-Fi SB0770 card on eBay with no drivers or other support material. I have downloaded the PDF spec sheet from Creative.

    I want to run it on Win 7 32 bit. Unfortunately it is not listed on the Creative website as having Win 7 support. Can anyone advise a software/driver package that will work.

    A few extra details. The pc board is black. It has 5 jack inputs and an optical input and output. The card is quite wide at 10cm and 17cm long. It is a PCI slot fitting.
    New topic should be a new thread. You will get a lot more attention on a new thread than in a dead one.

    If there is a vistas 32 driver install it in compatibility mode
    (right click the installer>properties>compatibility mode>vista)

    Ken
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  4. Posts : 77
    Win 7 Home Premium 64 bit
       #104

    zigzag3143 said:

    New topic should be a new thread. You will get a lot more attention on a new thread than in a dead one.

    If there is a vistas 32 driver install it in compatibility mode
    (right click the installer>properties>compatibility mode>vista)

    Ken
    OK thanks Ken - I thought this was THE Creative thread. Will try new post.
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  5. Posts : 190
    windows 8.1 Pro x64
       #105

    bilzmale said:
    New Topic. Have read all the posts and still need advice. Have bought a used Creative X-Fi SB0770 card on eBay with no drivers or other support material. I have downloaded the PDF spec sheet from Creative.

    I want to run it on Win 7 32 bit. Unfortunately it is not listed on the Creative website as having Win 7 support. Can anyone advise a software/driver package that will work.

    A few extra details. The pc board is black. It has 5 jack inputs and an optical input and output. The card is quite wide at 10cm and 17cm long. It is a PCI slot fitting.

    That looks like an eom version. If you cannot install the latest from creative.com you can try the ones I found at alienware. The package is huge but I'm sure you should be able to install only the drivers from it. They are for Vista but they should work
    Scroll all the way down for the SB0770 drivers
    Alienware : The Ultimate Gaming Machineā„¢
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  6. Posts : 77
    Win 7 Home Premium 64 bit
       #106

    Zahl it is an OEM card I have since found out. Am downloading the Alienware version and will give it a try. Thankyou.

    EDIT: A combination of this package which only works on Vista and then installing the SB X-Fi Series Support Pack 2.0 (05/15/2009) - Creative Labs suggested by stormy 13 did the trick.
    Last edited by bilzmale; 26 May 2010 at 08:41.
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  7. Posts : 2
    XP / 7 / Ubuntu
       #107

    I have the OEM card that came in a Dell Dimension 4550, 5.1 Sound Blaster Live! (Dell). The face plate has labeled SB0200 but the Dell's website points to the SB0203 model. Currently I use this card on another machine.

    I can install the card and have a great sound quality. The problem is the impossibility of using the 5.1.

    My question is: buy a new card is my only option?

    I have used thousands of drivers and options available on the Internet and none solved my problem.

    []'s
    Last edited by riotbr; 27 May 2010 at 09:37. Reason: thread subscription
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  8. Posts : 1,326
    Windows 10 Professional 64-bit
       #108

    Guys, is there a way to get "What You Hear" for the Audig SE. I'm stumpped. Otherwise, I might have to ditched Creative coz it's an highly important feature to me.
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  9. Posts : 6,882
    Win 7 Ultimate x64
    Thread Starter
       #109

    Unfortunately not. Seems things have changed any in the last year in regards to that feature on that card,

    Record "what you hear"

    Why they removed disabled it on all those cards (the Audigy SE/LS/DE/Value, Xtreme Audio, SB Live 24 bit; which are all the same card by the way) and left it on the others, I have no idea.
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  10. Posts : 343
    Windows 7
       #110

    it isn't removed, or disabled, just not registered to windows by default.

    As for the cards excluded, they aren't even EMUxkx devices. custom drivers are required for those cards from CMI

    for the cards that are included, windows canot use the what you hear device as default input, its a windows limitation and not anything to do with the driver. You can't use stereo mix as a default device either on RTL/ADI chipsets either.
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