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    Creative AudioPCI (ES1371,ES1373) (WDM) - Windows 7 64 bits

    Hi, anybody knows where can i find the driver for this sound card Creative AudioPCI (ES1371,ES1373) (WDM) for windows 7 64 bits? the windows update found automatically in the 32 bits version....

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    I uploaded the latest thing I could find.

    By reading online posts I found creative is running behind on updates for Windows7 64bit. Same thing you found....

    Sorry I could not help more....

    Try here-->http://www.sendspace.com/file/k19x74
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    Wink bringing life to the fossil

    i had a ES1373 sitting in an old PII doing nothing, so i thought why not.

    thanks for the driver link, i couldn't find it anywhere without downloading some stupid driver scanner program.

    will muck around with the driver and let you know how/if i get it working

    Win7 (U) x64

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    Hello, RozzA, and welcome to Windrivers. Ah, Creative! Now there's a company I love to hate! I haven't found any of the drivers available for older Creative cards to work well in Win7. One of the first things I did after moving to Win7 Pro 64 was retire my Audigy 2 to the used parts bin. I had too many issues with random lock ups, no sound, etc. I had already experienced some of these same issues with Vista, but they just got worse in 7.
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    Creative drivers are developed by 3-rd parties.
    http://kxproject.lugosoft.com/ - the kX drivers work fine on my SB Live on x64
    For the Audigy series, the Daniel_k drivers (use google skills) work miracles. They are *way* better than the Creative version...
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    Quote Originally Posted by CeeBee View Post
    Creative drivers are developed by 3-rd parties.
    http://kxproject.lugosoft.com/ - the kX drivers work fine on my SB Live on x64
    For the Audigy series, the Daniel_k drivers (use google skills) work miracles. They are *way* better than the Creative version...
    I've looked at these before, but haven't ever used them. I'd just gotten to the point where I wasn't happy about the quality of Creative hardware and the value it represented, too. Increasingly flake drivers were just the last nail in the coffin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slgrieb View Post
    I've looked at these before, but haven't ever used them. I'd just gotten to the point where I wasn't happy about the quality of Creative hardware and the value it represented, too. Increasingly flake drivers were just the last nail in the coffin.
    Actually I've been always very happy with the *audio* hardware (true I haven't bought any since Audigy). I'm still using it and have no plans to give it up... It's by far the best audio card that I've had, very low distortions and noise on A/D conversion (sometimes I get an analog recording that I re-master digitally).
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