Creative Ensoniq AudioPCI Driver Update (11/19/2001)

Date: May 16, 2002
File Size: 4.3 MB
OS Support: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
Downloads: 22,092

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Available in this download is the latest standalone driver update for Creative Ensoniq AudioPCI on Windows 95/98. This update is meant for users who are using the version 113x series driver. This release includes updated drivers (version 4.05.1139), the Creative Ensoniq AudioPCI Mixer, and improved audio for titles that support 3D audio.

Note: This driver update does not contain any wavesets.

This package is meant for Sound Blaster® Vibra128, Sound Blaster 16 PCI, Sound Blaster PCI 128, Sound Blaster 4.1 Digital, and Sound Blaster Ensoniq AudioPCI users running Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows 2000 and Windows XP, who experienced distortion problem when playing a wave or MP3 file in 4 speaker mode. For PRODIKEYS™ users who are running on Windows 98SE, this Web Update will enable them to record and playback under IMPRESS mode within the PRODIKEYS application. The package will contain the following:

Sound Blaster PCI (WDM) Drivers V

An existing Sound Blaster Vibra128, Sound Blaster 16 PCI, Sound Blaster PCI 128, Sound Blaster Ensoniq AudioPCI, or Sound Blaster PCI4.1 Digital software package must be installed before installing this update.

* Creative Configurator works with VXD drivers only. The Creative Configurator program link in the Start Menu will be removed after users install the Web Update.
* For users who are running Windows 98SE, this Web Update will upgrade VXD drivers to WDM drivers.
* This release works with the CT4816, CT4751, CT5808, CT4740 and the CT4815.
* This package is not applicable to model CT4730 2-channel audio card. Installation WILL NOT proceed.

Note: Before proceeding with your driver installation we suggest you make sure you are installing the latest version available and for the appropriate model/revision and Operating System. We strongly suggest following 'readme' instructions for installing drivers when available. Often restarting your system will be necessary for the new driver to become active and start functioning properly.

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