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nekrosoft13
08-06-07, 05:57 PM
The Beta Drivers site provides an opportunity for customers to preview products from Creative while the products are still under development. Drivers and applications provided are intended for testing and evaluation only, and should not be used in a production environment. No technical support is available for these beta drivers and applications. When final drivers and applications are released they will be posted at http://us.creative.com/support/.

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Vik1dk
08-06-07, 06:17 PM
Vista only?

nekrosoft13
08-06-07, 06:20 PM
thats a good question

Vik1dk
08-06-07, 06:32 PM
Not a problem as i use vista drivers on xp64 ATM

Edit: Installed fine, nothing exploded........yet

XxDeadlyxX
08-06-07, 07:19 PM
People seem to have bad issues with these, and they're a month older than the newest ones apparently, I'd skip these. Newest ones run good for me anyway.

crainger
08-06-07, 07:20 PM
Not a problem as i use vista drivers on xp64 ATM

Edit: Installed fine, nothing exploded........yet

Vista drivers on XP64?! Nothing exploded?! Are you sure things didn't go horribly wrong and your now in teh afterlife where everything just... works...

:D

Vik1dk
08-06-07, 08:11 PM
Well hard to know, it could be one of those matrix moments :wonder:
Im not kidding, you can use vista drivers on xp just extract the installer with winrar and use installer i the driver folder ;)

DarkJedi664
08-06-07, 10:55 PM
Man I'm pissed at Creative now. Suddenly I lost sound on my card. I uninstalled the drivers, deleted drivers with that check box, rebooted, then reinstalled. Upon reboot, I didn't get straight constant static, I only got static whe a sound played! Even after rebooting! I'm getting sick and tired of this BS. I had to use onboard to get sound. I will bet anyone here that XP would work just fine. >_<