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Hey guys, Keith helped me a ton with a problem that I was having, but now have no way to know if it fixed it.

Here is my first problem . I did all the steps all the way up to XP repair. And then tried to install my drivers to see if it had fixed the problem, so I wouldn't have to repair XP and then download all the updates again (im lazy).

The card is a Sound Blaster Live! 24-bit. The box didn't come with a disc. Well it came with the case, but no disc, so I got screwed there, but when I reformated I had already had the driver/ app download, downloaded. Here is the one I have..

1. Creative Sound Blaster Live! 24-bit and Sound Blaster Audigy LS driver 1.04.0055 (11.91 MB)


Am I missing or something, or is there another reason it wont recognize my card. It has always worked fine before..
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Try going to start, my computer right click properties, device manager. Go to the sound card, right click and update the driver. You may need to browse to the location where you have the driver saved. If this doesn't work, you could try re-seating the card (pull it out and re-install it).
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Thats what I did, and it works fine now, you can delete this post and/or winxp sound problem. Chip in overe at this thread if you would please.

http://www.geekstogo...t=0#entry637714
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