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Reply With Quote 05-25-2008,02:18 PM #14 jimzinsocal View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Retired Moderator Joined Aug 2001 Posts 74,684 Re: PC does not detect SoundCard! The drivers for Windows 7 work without any problem and the Creative updater and control panel also work as they should in Windows 8. VERY IMPORTANT STEP: Boot at least once with the audio card removed. 4. This ALWAYS works. navigate here

Id perhaps go back thru the entire process. Please ensure that your product is properly installed before running this set up." My m/b is ASUS P5B -E Checks carried out included:- Installation double checked. Select "Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer". Last edited by RilleL; 05-25-2008 at 02:47 AM.

Sound Blaster Recon3di Setup Is Unable To Detect A Supported Product On Your System

What do you guys think I should do about this? The factory drivers gave me nothing but problems... Physically install card Start machine Seems like the que for "get drivers from here" part of the install are getting skunked for some reason and a different slot may solve that. Could it be a loose cable or something?

  1. If that board has onboard sound, make sure it is disabled in the bios.
  2. Reply With Quote 05-25-2008,02:32 PM #15 BWM View Profile View Forum Posts Banned Joined Dec 2001 Age 68 Posts 64,554 Re: PC does not detect SoundCard!
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  4. Your board might be it.
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Although it will not solve your current problem, McAfee has all kinds of issues, some of which have been brought to our attention by Dell/Alienware reps in this forum. Sucks too cause even if you take the card out, and stick it back in, windows won't detect it unless you move slots. When it is done then you may start to install and will see the card, that by now is displayed in Device Manager. Driver Sweeper Last edited by RilleL; 05-25-2008 at 02:18 PM.

Shutdown and power off. Sound Blaster Z Not Detected Windows 10 Maybe. I don't want to go down that road, I spent hours configuring the current setup. http://forums.pcper.com/showthread.php?455231-PC-does-not-detect-SoundCard!-Solved! Man i was afraid of that...

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Edit2: I've updated to 1303 but it didn't help. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f23/solved-creative-driver-607893.html waiting patiently now Radi324, Dec 28, 2012 #13 Radi324 Notebook Evangelist Reputations: 480 Messages: 324 Likes Received: 31 Trophy Points: 41 "Setup is unable to detect any product on your Sound Blaster Recon3di Setup Is Unable To Detect A Supported Product On Your System OS Windows 8.1 PRO 64 Quote 21 Aug 2014 #2 kpo6969 View Profile View Forum Posts VIP Member Posts : 62 Windows 8.1 Pro x64 You could try these: SB X-Fi Sound Blaster Recon3di Windows 10 Sound Card opinons - alternatives to Creative for gamers?

Unfortunately no matter which Setup.exe I try, I still get the error "Setup is unable to detected a supported product blah blah" Im on the brink of re-installing XP just to It works perfectly with both versions of Windows. Dell composite video adapter with digital coax out. Mr. Sound Blaster Drivers

might be useful here, too. and I usually turn off windows updates right from the start, I slipped up on that one this time. It is disabled somehow. I hate opening up laptops after a mere 2 days of enjoying them Radi324, Dec 28, 2012 #15 J.Dre Notebook Nobel Laureate Reputations: 3,693 Messages: 8,309 Likes Received: 3,805 Trophy

To... Eset Smart Security What happens is, that when you - assuming you have uninstalled everything related to the card or it is a fresh install - restart the computer, then try to open device Joined Aug 2003 Location USA Posts 5,846 Re: PC does not detect SoundCard!

I would expect that to be an IRQ assign fault, this is particularly common with classic PCI, its basically the BIOS not detecting the hardware correctly and it either assigns an

The only downside to it is there is no audio control panel. I might be missing out on something very simple but for the life of me can't put my finger on it. The upside is I've never seen it happen to Windows 8, or at least not heard about it. 7-zip Appreciate all the help everyone!

I am using the same driver package under Windows 7 and Windows 8 in my dual-boot configuration. Closed the lid, came back after 15 mins and the sound was here. running windows 7 HPedit 2 - uninstalled McAfee and tried uninstalling Creative once again, it's working - the anti-virus seemed to be blocking the uninstallation for some reason or other. It will work for like a day (even if I shut-down and restart), but then it...

Please take a moment to rate our case. I'm sure this is an old one but the search posts haven't cured my problem I bought a Creative X-Fi Thread Tools Search this Thread 10-22-2011, 02:57 PM #1 Update the BIOS. X Myth BSOD, App Crashes And Hangs 40 03-28-2011 01:53 AM [SOLVED] Yet Another Antivira Av Virus :( so I've gotten this virus Antivira Av that will pop up and say

The HD Audio has always been disabled, i checked. I only use my pc for browsing, some videos on youtube but mostly gaming...Edited by Snakesoul - 4/1/14 at 1:26am Old but fast (17 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAMIntel Core i5 Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd. The History of the Uncle B's Spoiler!

I had no problems running the driver from the Windows Update Catalog. If I turn up the volume more than 25%, sound becomes too loud and I don't want to become deaf... by Duality92 View: More Reviews New Articles › AsRock, you dissapointed me on Ryzen launch... › Why 240GB, 250GB , 256GB, and 275GB SATA3 SSD... › The Orion Spectrum: Everything You Your feedback is essential for us to constantly refine our Knowledgebase articles to better support you.

Their mission is to help people enjoy a better experience in a digital world. I just did this... When you look in the Device Manager, do you see a yellow question mark next to any devices? VIA with Creative?

I have an auto-update utility from asus but that doesn't seem to work. Microsoft Security Essentials works excellent and it is free. (Windows 8 has its own native antivirus and no added protection is required.) Mr. Click on "Browse my computer for driver software".