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Creative was the driver software on my Vista 64bit setup but now after the upgrade to Windows 7, the creative software is gone. Thanks, Dan Last edited: Jul 4, 2010 Dan T., Jul 4, 2010 #1 Robert McClelland I'm An Uncle for 2nd time Staff Member Joined: Jun 25, 2002 Messages: 15,163 Likes Thanks again for your helps everyone.Glen_T Haha, why are you complaining about Gateway? Connect your speaker cable to the green socket. check over here

I see older versions out there but none are Windows 7. I downloaded and installed the latest Creative drivers and they seem to work. All I know is the sound isn't half as good as it was with Vista and the Creative drivers. During the Windows 7 installations, select custom installation and Delete all Windows partitions on primary drive.

There Is No Supported Audio Device Available Sound Blaster

I also tried a similar link from Singapore's Gateway and it too is corrupted. We'll see how things pan out soon. I tried all the drivers from the Creative site and the error message I get is: no supported device detected.either I am really slow to figure things out or there is I had to reinstall after trying to update to nVidias driver casued my install to die.

Audio console throws the same error. Then try a fresh installation. Low and behold in that "Old Windows" folder is a "Creative" folder and in that.... Creative Console Launcher Windows 10 I'm downloading the recent Creative drivers for 64 bit Windows 7 as I type and will try it soon and see what happens.

I tried re-installing the Sound Blaster X-Fi MB (using the original Gateway recovery disks I created). I have the driver from Creative, and it just will not work. Seems you are always looking to borrow your brothers card for testing purposes BigBodZod, Sep 7, 2010 #12 Robert McClelland I'm An Uncle for 2nd time Staff Member Joined: Jun http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/creative-soundblaster-driver-problem-resolved-143683.html Dan T., Jul 6, 2010 #5 nettech9276 PC Support Specialist Joined: Aug 6, 2010 Messages: 1 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 0 Re: Console Launcher says "There are no supported audio

The old Platinum card needs a PCI slot of which the new computer has none. Creative Audio Control Panel Windows 10 AnonymousDec 29, 2009, 5:03 AM OMG!Don't tell me that you have your system connected to the world's loudest sound system and you'll be playing Wolfenstein :O Glen_TDec 29, 2009, 5:49 AM Reply With Quote 07-17-2008,08:15 PM #7 Avenger55 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Contributor Join Date Nov 2004 Posts 16 Re: Audio Console: Unable to find Audio device... Discussion in 'PAX Drivers' started by Dan T., Jul 4, 2010.

Creative Audio Control Panel Not Working Windows 10

AnonymousJun 15, 2010, 9:00 PM Glen_T said: Hi Renegade_WarriorThe link you provided for the gateway ftp site is to the same software as the link I provided earlier. Anyways.. There Is No Supported Audio Device Available Sound Blaster Read Also: Fix: Athwbx.sys Prevents Windows 10 From Upgrading to Newer Builds Tags: windows 10 fix Windows 8, 10 Security Apps: Selection of Best From Windows Store Discounted Windows 8 Apps There Are No Supported Audio Device Available Windows 10 Grrrrrrrrrrrrrr.

This is incredibly annoying. I only used the internal sound card for some playbacks and DVD stuff but I was very disappointed when the audio changed after the upgrade. Just go to Creative's website and find the appropriate drivers/programs. I buy this computer with the Creative software because I use it for recording purposes but now after less than a month of use and an upgrade to Windows 7, the Creative Audio Control Panel The Audio Device Supported By This Application Is Not Detected

What specific features are you looking for in the Creative software? I will give it a try. It's simple but solid quality for demos. this content My last message to them was about an upgrade for this Creative_Audio_IFX MB software for my system.

I bought this computer for my recording studio and graphics work. Creative Drivers Windows 10 Glen_T Glen_TDec 28, 2009, 1:34 PM maemae said: I think I found something: the creative soft installed is Sound Blaster X-Fi MBmaybe what is missing is the W7 version of that Again, thanks.Click to expand...

Make sure that your audio divice is enabled and installed with it's driver. ...error.

Reply With Quote 07-18-2008,12:22 AM #8 balthazor View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Trusted Contributor Join Date Mar 2007 Posts 298 Re: Audio Console: Unable to find Audio device... I think that is false advertising and I also mentioned that to Gateway. Np Your welcome . Sound Blaster Cinema 2 Download Again, thanks.

Uninstalled the audio console and drivers before new driver install. This is becoming borderline retarded. I want to experiment in recording in surround sound. I actually emailed Gateway Support for some info.

If problem persists, follow the instructions here http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/2237-63-windows-sound-problemIf problem persists, try to download the following drivers.............................................................................http://support.creative.com/Products/ProductDetails.aspx?catID=1&CatName=Sound+Blaster&subCatID=208&subCatName=X-Fi&prodID=15853&prodName=X-Fi+XtremeGamer&bTopTwenty=1&VARSET=prodfaq(Remember you have Creative X-Fi XtremeGamer sound card) maemaeDec 16, 2009, 4:17 AM thanks for the Reply With Quote 07-18-2008,03:53 AM #9 Avenger55 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Contributor Join Date Nov 2004 Posts 16 Re: Audio Console: Unable to find Audio device... Windows should now install its own drivers. Reply With Quote 07-17-2008,09:24 AM #3 Avenger55 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Contributor Join Date Nov 2004 Posts 16 Re: Audio Console: Unable to find Audio device... [color="#000000"]No, the

maemaeDec 16, 2009, 6:06 AM I think I found something: the creative soft installed is Sound Blaster X-Fi MBmaybe what is missing is the W7 version of that soft. Please sign in to to participate in the discussion threads. They work fine and the sound card does actually work. His driver pack supports variety of Creative cards and you can download it from here.

I get a message saying that a compatible device is not detected.Installed the latest Realtek HD audio drivers, and the problem still persists. Sorry for being a simpleton, but could you post a link to the correct drivers & suite. I registered on these forums in order to say, "thank you". That's the date on the files I found but like I said, they were corrupted Zip files.

I have done a lot of online research and it appears that Creative has designed a software program unrelated to their own hardware cards that works with these built in onboard They send me an email back about totally unrelated things like, did you add ram, change your harddrive. No, create an account now. Go to Device Manager and find your Creative audio drivers.

No luck with the Creative Drivers. Here's exactly what you need to do: Go to Settings > Apps & Features and uninstall everything that is related to Creative. They fool you with high specification and fancy words, but after using the product for a while it turns out to be a junk. What a scam.