First, I’m not sure what you mean by typing troubleshooter in the search bar. With that said here we go, 1. I’m just wondering if anyone hear knows why this is happening the way it is? Creative X-fi – no sound after restart. I have the same question Joy Kemprai Replied on July 30,

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First, I’m not sure what you mean by typing troubleshooter in the search bar.

Creative sound card will not work after Windows 10 installation

I think you should uninstall the driver in Device Manager: Since its release X-Fi has caused several unsolved problems with sound glitches on various motherboards. Attachment When confirming the device uninstall – tick “Delete the software for this device”.

Open Device Manager and find your soundcard under “Sound, video and game controllers”. Follow the instructions on screen. The process took a fraction of the time it took to upgrade to Windows Embarrassingly enough I found out new Creative drivers sometimes set your default playback device to a different one from which you were using before.

X-Fi MB as a pure software solution has Windows as a system requirement [22] and thus does not provide Linux support.


Need help with Creative SB0670

I hope this help all the people out there with the same issue! If I do an uninstall of the drivers from device manager the sound comes back once again, but once I restart it is gone again. This download supports the following audio devices only: It was an easy tweak to get things working properly again after rolling back to Windows 7! I can’t explain this weird behaviour but think somehow Windows is overwriting the drivers after a restart.

BryceSchuske Replied on January 21, Improves 3D audio processing for host-based Sound Blaster audio devices. Anyway, I did run the “Troubleshoot sound problems” on the playback menu but that didn’t fix anything.

ccreative Installed it, installed the drivers from the CD, plugged in the headphones and it works. Follow the on-screen instructions.

It is best used in circumstances where noise disturbance might be an issue, late at night for instance. Seen this enough here and elsewhere cteative people not knowing or understanding the differences between the different cards. Type troubleshooting in the search bar and click on it. Search this Thread Advanced Search.

I indicates it has the latest driver and the device is working properly. Microsoft Windows 10 bit or bit, Windows 8.


We are happy to help! Creative X-fi – no sound after restart. Any help would be appreciated.

Creative Labs states that the primary function of the Crystalizer is to “restore portions of the sound which were lost during compression”. Although Creative was slow to embrace bit drivers for the X-Fi lineup, most x architecture based windoows systems are now supported. Its main function is to detect transients and to increase their relative volume level. English Simplified Chinese Traditional Chinese.

Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Series Driver Driver – TechSpot

There seems to be a lot of problems with the older Creatige cards on Windows 7. Originally Posted by keggee. This article possibly contains original research. Originally Posted by JohnQuar.

It is currently supported by advanced Linux ALSA driver modules but might require installation of additional packages from alternative repositories.