What type of soundcard do I have?

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  1. Delta517
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    So I need to install the drivers for my Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi sound card. The only problem is that I dont know what type of driver I should choose?
    Theres PCI Express X-Fi Titanium, PCI Express X-Fi Titanium Professional Audio..etc.. And the list just keep going on and on... [​IMG]

    Anybody know how I can find out which driver I have to use? [​IMG]
     
  2. Bulit

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  3. Delta517
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    Am I supposed to download Driver Detective? I cant find any other thing. [​IMG]
     
  4. Bulit

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    Well, which one of the cards on their support website look like yours?
     
  5. Hakoda

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    Speccy should be able to detect your sound card.
     
  6. Bulit

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    ...or just type "System Information" in the windows start menu.
     
  7. Delta517
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    Delta517 Its okay...Im a ninja ;)

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    I cant find it out in system information or dxdiag because I have ATi HDMI Sound drivers installed. The same thing happends to Speccy:

    Audio
    Sound Cards
    ATI High Definition Audio Device
    High Definition Audio Device
    Playback Devices
    Digital Audio (S/PDIF) (High Definition Audio Device)
    Speakers (High Definition Audio Device) (default)
    Recording Device
    Digital Audio (S/PDIF) (High Definition Audio Device)
     
  8. Bulit

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    Then use their support website to find out the correct name of your audio card.
     
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