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Win7 Ultimate 64Bit & Creative X-Fi Xtreme Music

By jensesbjerg ·
Does anyone have any solutions for stuttering/noisy sound problems on my Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Music card. I have switched from WinXP where I had no such problems with the card.
It turns out that if I remove 2GBs of memory (2x 1GB Dimms) from the machine thus leaving it back with 2x 1GBs there will be no problems.
Question is can teh Creative not run with more than 2GBs memory on a 64bit system?

I have tried looking on Creatives forum and I see alot have this issue and there is obviously no fix for it...

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Are you using the Driver from this link? ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to Win7 Ultimate 64Bit & Cre ...

http://support.creative.com/Downloads/searchdownloads.aspx?filename=SBXF_PCDRV_LB_2_18_0013.exe

If so, have you run a fresh speaker calibration yet?

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Win7 Ultimate 64Bit & Creative X-Fi Xtreme Music

by jensesbjerg In reply to Are you using the Driver ...

Yes I have these drivers installed. I also have tried some other drivers from some website that specialized in Sound Card issues, but they were a screwup.

That Speaker Calibration, what is that and where can i find it?

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Usually (if my memory serves me correctly) ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to Win7 Ultimate 64Bit & Cre ...

The THX console can be accessed by clicking the creative icon in the task bar. It should be in the popup menu there.

You might also care to check out the Windows 7 sound settings, just to make sure you've not got 2 sets of sound sources active at the same time.

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