Analog Devices Game Port for Creative SB Live! Free Driver Download
Analog Devices, Aztech Systems, Creative Technology Ltd., Microsoft
Audio Drivers, Sound Card Drivers, MEDIA
Game Port for Creative SB Live!
Supported Operating Systems
Windows XP, Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
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Ok. This was done on a HP Visualize P550. I performed a CLEAN install of XP professional. The audio for the AD1816 did NOT work. I went over to the same model/make of computer that was running Windows 2000 and reinstalled the AD1816 and pulled that .inf file and the associated driver files and placed into one folder onto a CD. I then went back to the XP machine and performed a driver update on the sound device AD1816 and pointed it to the folder (stuff in the zip file I uploaded here) and BOOM there it was, it worked. Note, I didn't include the game port or MIDI driver files from the W2K installation. I don't use em. If you need them and don't have access, send me an e-mail email@example.com and I'll send them your way.
DJ (DG Member) on 11/19/2001
AD1816CodecWDMW2K-XP.zip (449.2 KB)
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