November 25th, 2000, 04:36 AM
OK lonestar76. The Live!Ware CD contains the drivers for your SBLive as well as some other goodies. It's all up to you if you want to do a full installation of them or choose a custom installation....
November 24th, 2000, 12:14 AM
You may install the Live!Ware(CD) first then install the update from the link above. Or just install the update. Works both ways for me.
BTW, you didn't mention if you really got that emu10k1.vxd...
November 23rd, 2000, 02:48 PM
Baloneyflaps must be right. I've seen this thing happened a hundred times with a Coppermine. Assuming you're using Win98, you can get the Live!Ware update HERE
August 24th, 2000, 11:32 AM
You shouldn't have just copied and pasted the update. It has an ".exe" extension so you should have double-clicked it. Then you may have to add the waveset again.
August 23rd, 2000, 04:57 AM
If you go back and check the link again, you will see the driver update.
August 22nd, 2000, 07:07 AM
I hope that you also downloaded the driver update along with the waveset.
August 22nd, 2000, 05:33 AM
What you have is an SB Vibra 128 card and you can download its driver from HERE
August 21st, 2000, 03:01 AM
Glad we could help. http://discussions.hardwarecentral.com/biggrin.gif
August 18th, 2000, 10:17 PM
...or you can download the latest wavesets from HERE.
August 17th, 2000, 02:09 PM
device manager > sound, video, game controllers > sb pci128(properties)> add waveset(load the cd that came with the card).
August 13th, 2000, 04:13 AM
You should download the driver update for your SBLive from Creative's website. It resolves compatibility issues with the Coppermine processors.
July 18th, 2000, 11:37 AM
Try clicking the properties for SB PCI128 under sound controllers in the device manager. There should be a 3D audio tab there and choose "quad speakers".
July 17th, 2000, 03:08 PM
According to Creative, the PCI128's driver for Win2K is only for model nos. CT4750 and CT4751. The CT4700 and the 1370 based cards are not supported. Check your card's PCB for these nos.
March 16th, 2000, 04:16 PM
You might as well use the old driver that worked with your ESS 1868. You might also want to use the Add/Remove Hardware in the control panel.
March 16th, 2000, 10:46 AM
Here is the exact link where you can get your driver in case you haven't downloaded them yet. http://support.soundblaster.com/files/download.asp
March 9th, 2000, 10:57 AM
It's scheduled to be released anytime this month. Can't wait for the update too.