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    I just noticed it while checking out creative's forums.

    http://forums.creative.com/creativel...ssage.id=19513

    Someone in UK purchased the CD and uploaded it. There are several links in creative's forums, both torrents and dl's.

    I dl'd it from here http://files.filefront.com//;7821683;;/


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    posted by adam_mt

    SmartRec and WaveStudio 7 are now included.

    driver version is 2.13.12 - Creative AutoUpdate offers 2.15.0002
    ALchemy (X-Fi Edition) - Creative AutoUpdate offers 1.00.04

    Other version numbers:
    MediaSource - 5.10.57
    Entertainment Center - ?
    THX Console - 3.00.12
    Smart Recorder - 2.40.12
    Diagnostics - ?
    Console Launcher - 2.20.16
    Audio Console - ?
    WaveStudio - 7.10.13
    SoundFont Bank Manager - 3.20.06
    3DMIDI Player - 1.10.05
    Volume Panel - 2.10.57
    Sound Blaster Plugin for Microsoft Media Center - 3.10.09
    MediaSource Go! - 5.00.20

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    Re: Official XFI Vista install disk finaly available

    nice. im one step closer to upgrading now.

    “Up, sluggard, and waste not life; in the grave will be sleeping enough!” Benjamin Franklin

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    • #3
      Re: Official XFI Vista install disk finaly available

      I'm aware that their was issues with X-fi when Vista came out that required these drivers.

      My question is whether the new drivers have totally corrected the problems, and is it worthwhile getting a X-fi soundcard for a Vista 64-bit system?

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        Re: Official XFI Vista install disk finaly available

        @Nero,
        I was wondering the same thing, and I checked the Creative download drivers page but the driver for Vista 64 hasn't changed since Nov.
        http://us.creative.com/support/downl...pe=0&x=10&y=14
        I am running Xtreme gamer X-Fi on Vista 64, and except for the problem I sometimes have with my Mic quitting working while in BF2 (which a ton of other people have, not just with Vista 64), it has been running fine.

        LINKS

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        Stoop and you'll be stepped on; stand tall and you'll be shot at.

        -Carlos A. Urbizo-

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          Re: Official XFI Vista install disk finaly available

          I just puchased an xfi card and installed it yesterday. There are two driver discs included, one for XP and another just for Vista.



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          • #6
            Re: Official XFI Vista install disk finaly available

            Actually just noticed that this thread started back in the summer, and the thread linked to is really old as well.
            Fooled me.

            LINKS

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            Stoop and you'll be stepped on; stand tall and you'll be shot at.

            -Carlos A. Urbizo-

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            • #7
              Re: Official XFI Vista install disk finaly available

              Sorry about reviving an old thread! I should have just started a new one.

              Anyway, I impulsively bought a X-Fi Xtremegamer card this morning. The install disc only had XP drivers so I downloaded a Vista 64-bit driver from the Creative website. The card works beautifully with little configuration.

              EDIT: EXCEPT, I can't get sound in BF2 and it sometimes crashes when I try to change Audio options now.
              UPDATE: I got the sound going without crashes on BF2 by reverting to Hardware High audio (c.f Creative X-Fi Ultrahigh), but I haven't been able to get the VOIP to stay enabled, it just keeps unticking the VOIP box when I join a game. As I only got this for BF2 I'm returning this to the shop and sticking to my mobo soundcard.
              Last edited by Nero; 01-31-2008, 04:52 AM.

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              • #8
                Re: Official XFI Vista install disk finaly available

                Ultra sound is no different anyway its just more louder sounds that sound distorted.. My xifi doesn't work on my comp with vista, it can't find it...

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