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Recommendation: If you are inexperienced with updating Creative Labs Multimedia Audio Controller device drivers manually, we highly recommend downloading DriverDoc [Download DriverDoc - Product by Solvusoft] to assist in updating your EMU10K1 Audio Processor (WDM) drivers. DriverDoc saves time and headaches by making sure that you are downloading and installing the correct EMU10K1 Audio Processor (WDM) drivers.


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There are some people having problems with their Creative Sound Blaster Live! in Windows 9x.Creative CD release drivers and Web Release drivers seem to be in many different revisions for different cards...Some revisions are good and some are not.For years I have been collecting and testing newer versions of creative driver files to determine those that worked in 9x with the Live!.Following is that collection of driver files:Please note that these are original, freely available Creative files, and the binaries are not modified or patched in any way.The provided software is useless without a Creative Sound Blaster Live! card installed.Main Driver Set (4.42 MiB)mirror 1: Creative EMU10K1 sound devices supported:CT4620 - PCI\VEN_1102&DEV_0002&SUBSYS_00211102 - Sound Blaster Live! (Gen I)CT4670 - PCI\VEN_1102&DEV_0002&SUBSYS_00201102 - Sound Blaster Live! (Gen I) ValueCT???? -- PCI\VEN_1102&DEV_0002&SUBSYS_002F1102 - Sound Blaster Live! motherboard integratedCT4760 - PCI\VEN_1102&DEV_0002&SUBSYS_80401102 - Sound Blaster Live! (Gen II)CT4780 - PCI\VEN_1102&DEV_0002&SUBSYS_80221102 - Sound Blaster Live! ValueCT4790 - PCI\VEN_1102&DEV_0002&SUBSYS_80231102 - Sound Blaster PCI512 (OEM)CT???? -- PCI\VEN_1102&DEV_0002&SUBSYS_80251102 - Sound Blaster Live! motherboard integratedCT4830 - PCI\VEN_1102&DEV_0002&SUBSYS_80261102 - Sound Blaster Live! (Gen II OEM) ValueCT4831 - PCI\VEN_1102&DEV_0002&SUBSYS_80311102 - Sound Blaster Live! ValueCT4832 - PCI\VEN_1102&DEV_0002&SUBSYS_80271102 - Sound Blaster Live! ValueCT4850 - PCI\VEN_1102&DEV_0002&SUBSYS_80511102 - Sound Blaster Live! ValueCT4870 - PCI\VEN_1102&DEV_0002&SUBSYS_80281102 - Sound Blaster Live! ValueCT4871 - PCI\VEN_1102&DEV_0002&SUBSYS_80321102 - Sound Blaster Live! ValueSB0060 - PCI\VEN_1102&DEV_0002&SUBSYS_80611102 - Sound Blaster Live! (Gen III) 5.1SB0100 - PCI\VEN_1102&DEV_0002&SUBSYS_80621102 - Sound Blaster Live! (Gen III) 5.1SB0102 - PCI\VEN_1102&DEV_0002&SUBSYS_80641102 - Sound Blaster Live! (Gen III) 5.1SB0100 - PCI\VEN_1102&DEV_0002&SUBSYS_80661102 - Sound Blaster Live! (Gen III) 5.1 (Unofficial)If you have a Creative Sound Blaster Live! card that is not recognised by these drivers, then please post your PCI ID.The PCI ID can be found using regedit:HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Enum\PCILook for a key starting with VEN_1102&DEV_0002, and copy the key name.I have used these drivers in Windows 98SE, but they should support 95 and Me although I have not tested them on these platforms.There are Creative installers for Windows 95 and for Windows 98/Me.Windows 9x Pure DOS support driversFor those wanting Pure DOS (outside of Windows) Sound Blaster 16 Emulation for their Live! and have lost or never had the original CD, or have a newer CD that does not come with these, or simply can't be bothered looking for them:1999 Release (823 KiB):mirror 1: 2000 Release (827 KiB):mirror 1: There are two releases of DOS Drivers. The 2000 release should work on all Live! cards, but if there is a problem then use the 1999 release.Note: DOS Emulation may not work on some (newer) motherboards if the BIOS does not map the PCI SERR# signal to the processor NMI (Non-Maskable Interrupt). Look in the BIOS settings for a PCI SERR setting or check with your mobo vendor for a BIOS upgrade, or dump the Mobo for one that works properly!See here for more technical information: !msg/alt.comp.periphs.soundcard.sblive/sRxF_p5Ni5I/5hP_rr0vexQJCreative Applets that are compatible and tested with VxD drivers:Check your current version of each applet before installing these in case they are actually newer than these...AudioHQTo deinstall the original CD installed AudioHQ (and 1.0.185.0):C:\WINDOWS\IsUninst.exe -f"C:\Program Files\Creative\SBLive\AudioHQ.isu"Always deinstall old version first!1.0.185.0 (Oct 1999) - Works (1.98 MiB):mirror 1: 1.0.193.0 (Sep 2000) - Fails to install (!)1.0.193.0 (May 2001) - Fails to install (!)1.10.21 (Jun 2002) - Fails with VxD drivers1.10.22 (Nov 2002) - Fails with VxD driversSurround MixerTo deinstall the original CD installed Surround Mixer:C:\WINDOWS\IsUninst.exe -f"C:\Program Files\Creative\SBLive\SurMixer.isu"To deinstall 1.1.1.0 of Surround Mixer:C:\WINDOWS\IsUninst.exe -f"C:\Program Files\Creative\SurroundMixer\SurMixer.isu"Always deinstall old version first!1.1.1.0 (Nov 2000) - Works (1.68 MiB):mirror 1: 2.00.26 (Jun 2002) - Fails with VxD drivers2.00.29 (Nov 2002) - Fails with VxD drivers3.00.57 (Feb 2003) - Fails with VxD driversMore stuff:dencorso's parametric EQ patch for emu10k1.vxd 4.12.01.0906:See here: =115903&view=findpost&p=771209mirror 1: =22430mirror 2: aLeXis' patch installer: =115903&view=findpost&p=771360mirror 1: -eq-patch-4.12.01.0906.exeVarious Sound Blaster files hosted by MDGx: Standard disclaimerThese drivers have worked for me but YMMV. I have been using them for years with no problem, however, they may or may not work on your model of Creative sound card, and therefore, I cannot make any guarantee of suitability. In simple terms, you are solely responsible if your audio begins to sound like you're in a concrete bunker some thirty-seven miles from the stage of Disaster Area!Enjoy!


kX Audio Driver is a free audio driver for all Kx-compatible sound cards. It supports all EMU10K1 and EMU10K2-based sound cards from Creative and E-mu Systems manufacturers. This download is comprised of setup and driver system files. It also...full software details


I have a Soundblaster Live card CT4760, and have also tried an SB Live Platinum SB0060 card (both use emu10k1 driver) and an older Soundblaster (using the ens1371 driver). Same behaviour. The machine is running an Intel D850GB motherboard (without the onboard sound option), with the last available firmware. The most interesting thing is that the Live Platinum card had the attached LiveDrive bay, and the headphone out put on it worked. None of the connections and channels on the PCI card itself worked, yet the LiveDrive extension was configured as the primary audio device. No "Volume" or "Master Volume" track was available in the mixer, the primary was just "Headphone Out".


Well, someone pulled the plug too soon. I had an Intel board running perfectly with its Audigy emu10k1 driver on Ubuntu 8.10, kernal 2.6.27-7, but when I updated the new install with 278+ updates to 2.6.27-11, no way I can get the card to work. In fact on this system, I recall running the old kernal and regaining sound on a previous install, but when I tried it again on this install (running 2.6.27-7), could not regain the sound. Ended up destroying the system, since I am a newbie, after going through the Sound Troubleshooting guide. Have no clue what happened. Have an old Dell system at work that exhibits no such problems, so it must be Audigy centric.


I have a Soundblaster Live card CT4760, and have also tried an SB LivePlatinum SB0060 card (both use emu10k1 driver) and an older Soundblaster(using the ens1371 driver). Same behaviour. The machine is running an IntelD850GB motherboard (without the onboard sound option), with the lastavailable firmware. The most interesting thing is that the Live Platinumcard had the attached LiveDrive bay, and the headphone out put on it worked.None of the connections and channels on the PCI card itself worked, yet theLiveDrive extension was configured as the primary audio device. No "Volume"or "Master Volume" track was available in the mixer, the primary was just"Headphone Out".


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