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blavatsky3

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Hi Troy,

I have the Audigy 2ZS not the Audigy 4 and I already have my original install disk. Can you please explain
why I need to download the Audigy 4 file ? Won't this conflict with my card?
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Hi again,

Well the links worked for me previously, but they aren't now. From what I remember, there were a number of Audigy cards covered within the single drivers download.

If you can find it again, I'd like you to uninstall and reinstall the card with the newest drivers, as explained above in post #15. If you can't find the download anymore, perhaps try it anyway, using your original drivers on the disc.

Cheers

Troy
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I AM HAVING THE SAME PROBLEM WITH MY SPEAKERS AND THE FARTING NOISE. NO ONE IS USING IT BUT IT SPONTANEOUSLY MAKES THOSE FARTING NOISES. I'VE CHECKED ALL THE SOUNDS ON MY WINDOWS AND THERE ARE NONE THAT HAVE THAT TYPE OF SOUND SO I DON'T KNOW WHAT IS MAKING IT DO THAT. IT STARTED ABOUT 4 MONTHS AGO/. PLEASE ANY HELP WILL SURE BE APPRECIATED - YAYA
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