Creative Labs CT4830 - SB Live Free Driver Download
4.10.29 (5 Mar 1999)
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Audio Drivers, Sound Card Drivers, MEDIA
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CT4830 - SB Live
4.10.29 (5 Mar 1999)
Supported Operating Systems
Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows 95
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Windows 9x and Windows NT4 sound card drivers for Compaq Presario 5700T.
Presario 5700T's have the Creative/Ensoniq "Sound Blaster AudioPCI 128" sound card using the Ensoniq 1371 & 1373 chipsets. Also known as CT-4830 Sound Blaster Live.
This is the driver uploaded straight from my restore disk and shows to be version 4.10.29, dated around March 5, 1999.
This driver set should be complete with midi files and mpu-401 support with the driver set.
File Size is approx 48.7 mb. total.
File Name: 151496.zip
Unzip to a temp folder and read the text or doc files. There are several setup.exe's so you may need to read the instructions to see what needed to be installed first, then 2nd, etc. I've never installed from this disk so I can't really say how to do
Jerry K (DG Staff Member) on 11/6/2004
151496.zip (49.8 MB)
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