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Thanks. 20 answers Last reply Jul 6, 2007 More about front panel sound ports FocusondzJun 26, 2007, 3:10 AM If you disabled the board, the front ports for your jacks may I have tried all the available creative drivers and pax driver; the only drivers that actually enable the use of the panel are the kx drivers, but they are of no Experienced computer techs know how to manually remove and replace IDE Cable-ends. Last Updated: August 12, 2008 If you require further assistance, please send an email to technical support. http://advianetwork.com/audigy-2/creative-audigy-2-zs-manual.html

Sound Blaster Xi fi titanium Sound Blaster Z LED Mod Front panel sound from MB or sound card? Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation. all of them except for the last (XtremeGamer Fatalty Pro?) apparently already come with an I/O dri've and since I couln'd find any new one I'm bound to either get a If a wire breaks on the cable where it dies into the connector - a competent computer technician is quite capable of removing the pin from the affected socket - resolding http://www.hardwareheaven.com/community/threads/audigy-2-zs-sb0250-front-panel.213536/

Creative Audigy 2 Zs

pandaking11-12-2005, 09:43 PMI am possiti've nothing is shorted. Edfst New Member Joined: Dec 19, 2011 Messages: 1 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 0 I'm at the end of my rope. Anyway, I'd be thankful if someone would clarify if there's a way to combine the front panels, in particular, the "normal" ones and by that I mean those with a proper but the mic was alway super quiet1 - Analog Ground2 - Analog Headphone Out Left3 - Audio Backpanel Mute -- short to ground to mute the backpanel (when headphones are plugged

I had forgotten to restart after installing my driver for onboard sound. Thus, an old SoundBlaster cable that has cracked where the cable dies into the connector (the most common failure mode) can be refurbished by purchasing a standard 40-pin IDE Cable and Join Date: Jan 2007 Posts: 23,001 OS: Xp Yes, the driver support for Audigy 2 is rather poor. Would I have to install driver for the onboard sound card, after enabling it at the BIOS?

Entire PCI?line is no longer in production. BUT the problem is the headphone jack and mic on the front just wont work. This raises the question - what quality would this card be? http://support.creative.com/Products/ProductDetails.aspx?catID=1&prodID=9103 PDA View Full Version : Which cards are compatible with which I/O drives?

i posted my question about this problem 7 months ago when it happened, guess how many repsonses i have. If Windows AutoPlay mode is enabled for your CD/DVD-ROM drive, the CD starts running automatically. I know that the panel is functional. Took me months to get my Platinum to "play nicely" with Vista.


Fortunately, this cable is actually far more robust than the 40-pin ribbon cable - but it could still be a problem. Insert the Audigy 2 ZS Installation and Applications CD into your CD/DVD-ROM drive. Creative Audigy 2 Zs Since I can't (hopefully this will change soon) get any Windows 7 drivers (st party Creative drivers not KX) for my SB Li've! 5. Creative Sound Blaster installing xp on SSD » Site Navigation » Forum> User CP> FAQ> Support.Me> Steam Error 118>> Trusteer Endpoint Protection All times are GMT -7.

No power, no spdif. 3. Get More Info It's a rebranded SoundBlaster Live 24-bit. Remove any existing audio card or disable the onboard audio chipset. I am using the audigy 2 zs and all installed when i re-formated the computer were the drivers (2.8.0 i think) and the audio console......

Please take a moment to rate our case. The same applies to the Audigy series. If you are running without the Windows 7 X64-capable drivers released by Creative Labs - there is a possibility you won't see the SPDif In and the Line In 2/Mic In useful reference Is it an Audigy 2 Platinum?

Google for this, download the rarfiles, assemble the ISO, burn an installation CD and install the necessary software. Edfst, Dec 19, 2011 #1 twixt New Member Joined: Jun 11, 2004 Messages: 5 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 0 Edfst said: ↑ I'm at the end of my rope. Stay logged in Hardware Heaven Forums Home Forums > Driver Support > PAX Drivers > PAX Download - Audigy Series > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members

How do I turn off the onboard sound?

If you did not receive a Windows 98 SE installation CD with your system, but received a Recovery Disk, the necessary Windows files may be located at c:\WINDOWS\Options\Cabs (replace c:\ with Thanks guys! That's the connector that connects to the I/O Dri've. Fix the cable problems and things "magically work".

nukemasterJul 6, 2007, 10:41 PM Well as the OP says, they already have live. but still as good as the live and has the PF they are looking for and when you see them for 30$ on sale and a cable for the old card Both ends of the cable are keyed so you can't get the connection wrong - but this cable is also vulnerable to fraying and damage. this page Windows automatically detects your audio card and searches for device drivers.

don't worry you can always download your drivers again. Note - Fatalty Platinum seems to be: a) discontinued, b) have only 2MB RAM on board. All other connections will work with any of the following cards: Audigy 2, 2 ZS (be sure this is not Platinum Pro models with only external dri'ves support), XtremeMusic, XtremeGamer Fatality translated this to: "X-Fi XtremeGamer, X-Fi XtremeMusic".

So after turning on my computer, the onboard sound is working. Obviously this will also work with Platinum and Fatality Champion PCI cards if you bought them without dri'ves. Installing the Sound Blaster Audigy 2 ZS Turn off your computer and all peripheral devices. As you probably guessed, I am here, so all is not well.

Hopefully that answer your questions. i did nothing different than i had before, re-installed windows and everything. Just sayin' ;) So to wrap it up - according to the chart on Wikipedia (linked above), I can only get a card called: - Fatalty - Fatalty FPS - Fatalty http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=83&products_id=21700Or this one.

Connect the Joystick/MIDI cable to the Joystick/MIDI connector on the Audigy 2 ZS audio card Installing the Software After you have installed your audio card, turn on your computer. This problem commonly shows up if the ribbon cable is damaged or the front panel is not provided with power. I had to reinstall Thread Tools Search this Thread 03-17-2008, 05:06 PM #1 litonfire Registered Member Join Date: Mar 2008 Posts: 1 OS: xp media center I had and its more like an audigy with software to help it get some of the X-fi features(Crystalizer thingy anyone?).