X-Fi Extreme Audio

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Hardware' started by Styphon, Jan 10, 2009.

  1. HP Deskjet

    HP Deskjet Senior Member

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    I have exactly the same with my installation of the 64-bit Creative X-fi Extreme Audio drivers & Creative Console Launcher. No real control over settings, it's all exceptionally basic. No graphic equaliser, Crystalilizer, EAX, 3D, etc. All are missing. Is this normal for the 64-bit drivers?

    By the looks of things, and as has been mentioned earlier in the thread, Creative have obviously leaned nothing from the utter mess they experienced when Vista came out. It looks like it'll be same Creative disaster when Windows 7 is released later this year.
     
  2. CURaven

    CURaven New Member

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    Excellent post! That was what finally worked for me.

    PEACE!
     
  3. prazvt

    prazvt New Member

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    Glad it helped. Hopefully that's all that is preventing some of you guys from getting your drivers to work in Windows 7. Presumably the whole line of X-Fi cards should install assuming they use similar drivers...not sure what the cheaper cards lack (aside from the x-ram).
     
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  4. donsno

    donsno New Member

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    To my knowledge the Xtreme Audio card differs from the other X-FI cards. Thus far, I've not found any "workaround" for getting sound.

    Don
     
  5. Survivor61

    Survivor61 New Member

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    Anyone get this to work with a X-Fi ExtremeGamer? Audio works fine but when I run any of the applications I get the "the audio device with this application is not supported" error :(
     

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