Discussion in 'Soundcards, Speakers HiFI & File formats' started by Rob McClelland, Dec 11, 2010.
SOooooo does this newest version work with the new X-Fi Titanium HD cards ?
It should let me know.
I salute you Sir! thank you for your invaluable contribution to our humble enthusiast community.
2-days of testing with no BSOD, great sound quality and no accursed crackling after resuming from sleep mode. Having to reboot after resuming from sleep was Frustrating the #@*&! out of me. Relief ahhhhh
Next to test an Audigy 2 ZS in one of my other PC's
Cheers Rob, Keep up the good work... Great work
Audigy Se Drivers please.... Waiting
These drivers do not detect my MSI X-Fi Extreme Audio PCI-e soundcard. I can install the Creative drivers without any problems, but the PAX drivers tell me at install that no compatible device has been found. Tried it with all drivers uninstalled and driver-swept, and with the Creative drivers installed.
That because I haven't done extreme audio drivers yet those sets later in week.
Audigy se let me know > http://dl.technewshw.com/drivers/PAX/PAX Live-Audigy Se Vista 7 v1.50.7z
Awesome!!! Will download and test ASAP!
Version 1.55 of the Titanium HD drivers do not install correctly. They are apparently missing some files. Version 1.10 has all the required files and installs correctly.
I will take look soon I PM You test set you can let me know . It will be same number Well remember using the beta drivers from last month on this set.
Malonn Check your PM need test ASP see if they installed for you .
Redownload people > http://dl.technewshw.com/drivers/PAX/PAX PCI XFI ALL OS Driver V4.55.7z
thanks fix up open al abit .
Nope. They didn't install. No sound at all from these drivers. Version 1.10 has the DTS Connect Pack, the CP, and other bundled software. Why did you remove that for 1.55??
I will added those later . What your device ID? Do you have Messenger maybe I can work with you get these installed one step at time if your willing too rest of this week?
My DeviceID is
No, I don't have Messeneger. I would like to work with you to get these installed though. How about we take this to PM?
Ya be fine
X-FI Xtreme Audio drivers?
...any update on when those of us unfortunate enough to have bought regular-old X-FI Xtreme Audio cards (or rather 'Undercover Audigy's :3eyes: if you prefer)? I've never tried PAX audio drivers, but legends of their merit have been kept alive through oral tradition for many moons. Seriously, I think I heard it first from my father, and he from his. Since I think its fairly safe to assume that if something reaches 'legend' status, its probably pretty worth checking out... stoked to get me some drivers of my own.
...plus, I'm pretty positive I'll like whatever it is ya throw at me. I'd imagine ya can find quite a few things to improve upon on drivers that haven't been updated by the manufacturer for over two years. :bang:
Lookin' forward to it man, and thanks for the work you do! :cheers:
Derrrhhh... um... wait. Confusion strikes. Apparently I just realized these drivers "PAX PCI X-FI Xteme Driver Vista_7 V2.75" that were posted a bit ago just installed for my X-Fi Xtreme Audio PCI-E card... the other drivers shot me the "no compatible hardware detected" error during install, but seems the one I just mentioned actually worked and installed... something. Should that have happened, or no? I thought you hadn't made compatible drivers for my card yet?
PM sent, McClelland. Let me know what you want me to do to troubleshoot the installation problem.
I was looking at some of the INI files, and it seems that version 1.55 of the PAX driver uses an older version of the Creative Driver. Why is that?