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Old 23rd October 2012, 08:07 PM   #31
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You can save the drivers anywhere you like.
Say even in my doc's, in its own folder.
Then when Device manager ask's you for where they are, you just point it to the directory (folder ) they are in, and then it will recognize that it is a driver and install it into the system.

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Old 24th October 2012, 03:19 AM   #32
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Im stuck at ref 1.
Creative Emu1212 soundcard is quite old at least five years ago. I am doubt if it supports Win 7 64 bit in your new computer. Contact Creative to confirm and ask for correct driver. Current emu1212m model works fine for Win7 64 bit. Normally, driver disc is supplied with soundcard when purchase. Anyway, If you download correct driver from website, then computer will detect it at correct bus interface such as PCI slot and don’t worry about PCIe.
You can download the software driver into your computer at anywhere you like, normally at the folder of My Doucment/Download. Then, click the driver to install into your computer and reboot it. (i.e. Not necessary to update driver again) If there is no “question mark” in system, then your soundcard in ready to use.



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Old 24th October 2012, 04:09 AM   #33
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Win7 has a MASSIVE amount of decent features, some for 'Tech types' and some for us 'Mortals', takes a while to learn where they are though.....

Hi Andrew,
You are able to run XP and Vista software in compatibility mode in Win7!!!!!!!!
Download driver for your device.
Open folder containing driver, Left click highlight / right click to bring up menu and select Properties.
Click Compatibility - Check 'Run this prog in compatability mode for:' and the drop down menu will give a list of Op systems.
Select Win7.
Check box below Privilege level so it runs as Admin.
Click Apply then OK.
Re-highlight driver in folder, Right click and select 'Run as Administrator'.
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Old 24th October 2012, 09:42 AM   #34
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Creative Emu1212 soundcard is quite old at least five years ago. I am doubt if it supports Win 7 64 bit in your new computer. Contact Creative to confirm and ask for correct driver. Current emu1212m model works fine for Win7 64 bit.
I got a reply from Creative this morning.
They are confirming what the download website says. Use the beta driver for my PCI to run with Win7 64bit.

I am not prepared to use again the disc that came with the hardware. It is reported by my AVG that it has a Trojan Horse buried in it. And it is for pre win7.
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Old 4th November 2012, 06:05 PM   #35
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Have you got it to work, Andrew?
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not spent significant time on it yet.
The on board sound is now working. But many times it appears silent. eg. today I have not heard a pip, yet on other days it tells me lots.
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Old 24th April 2013, 11:31 AM   #37
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Hi Andrew,

I'm with Pano re settings.

Try using a different Fft Program. If that dosent work cut you,re losses. I purchased MI by V?.... And have not looked back. This coupled with the EMU 0204 is the best $200 DIY audio $ I've spent.
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