X-Fi Or Mother Board Problem

Discussion in 'Soundcards, Speakers HiFI & File formats' started by ForceX, Sep 20, 2007.

  1. ForceX

    ForceX Member

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    Hi Everybody
    I bouhgt a Creative Xtreme Gamer Fatality Four Days ago its works great but after instal the driver (latest on guru) i shutdown my computer time for shutdown become 4 min its too much
    i dont know what is problem SoundCard? Motherboar? or Driver
    I used many Driver
    whats your idea ???
    thanx
     
  2. ROBSCIX

    ROBSCIX Ancient Guru

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    it takes 4 minutes to shutdown everytime?...hmm, Try moving the sound card to another slot.
     
  3. ForceX

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    oh i cant do this beacaus i use Cooler Master Aquagate Duo Viva for my Vga Cards
    i have another pci slot but you know there is no another way withAquagate Duo Viva to use another pci
    plz help me my friends
    thanx
     
  4. Ultraq

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    Is the driver you installed (the one you said is the latest from Guru3D) the same as the latest official non-beta driver from Creative? Several people here have reported issues with the X-Fi beta drivers.
     

  5. ForceX

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    no no i use 2.09.0007 version
    I instaled driver in cd that was in the pakage then i saw this problem and instal 2.09.0007 version but still have problem
     
  6. Matas

    Matas Member Guru

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    Try to instal newest nF4 chipset drivers (tou will find it in http://www.nvidia.com). When you should unninstal all X-Fi software components + use Driver Cleaner to completely remove X-Fi drivers. Finally, in the next step you should instal drivers from X-Fi CD and update it to the newest one from creative.com.
     

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