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Auzentech Releases New Driver for its X-Fi Forte 7.1 Sound Card

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  1. malware New Member

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    Shortly after the official launch of X-Fi Forte 7.1, Auzentech is now offering a new driver for it. This driver is compatible with Windows Vista 32/64-bit only and brings DTS Connect support as well as minor bug fixes, improved speed when changing modes, and enhanced stability. Try downloading the new driver from here.

    Source: Auzentech
     
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    See that Creative? that's called quality support! Maybe you can try it sometime!
     
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    I think they were waiting for Creative to release this driver anyways . . .
    Any way you look at an Auzentech card - you should still see a Creative card. Okay, the brand is different and they have slight differences. . .

    This driver is working great in w7 x64.
     
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    I'm guessing this card has the same OpenAl problems of other x-ram x-fi cards. Manually disabling x-ram fixes it, don't know why they can't just make a driver that disables x-ram only for certain games like ut3.
     
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    i have 7.1 creative speaker but no creative card so can i ask about a media program run 7.1 speakers
     

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