Audigy prob =/

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Visionz, Jun 20, 2002.

  1. Visionz

    Visionz Guest

    Hi im gettin this error when i try to install xp drivers for my creative soundblaster audigy mp3+ card.

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    InstallShield Engine has encountered a problem and
    needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.

    AppName: _ins5576._mp AppVer: 5.53.168.0
    ModName: ctdproxy.dll
    ModVer: 5.12.1.129 Offset: 00008bd9

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    Ive been talking with creative tech support about this problem and so far they havent been able to help much. All of thier steps have been followed.

    i wonder if anyone else has had this problem with xp or if anyone knows where i can get the .ini file to manually update the driver instead of using their install.

    -Visionz

    oh this is what im running:
    Windows XP Pro
    Athalon 1 ghz
    256 sdram
    Geforce2 mx

    i was too lazy to add that in my signature
     
  2. dijital

    dijital Guest

    are you doing a clean install of drivers or is this an update?
     
  3. daverh

    daverh Guest

    can not even get my audigy drivers to install

    Ive just bought an audigy card and it wont let me install any of the drivers.
    It loads them as normal then ask's me to reboot (using xp by the way) when it reboots I get error screens coming up telling me that there was a problem loading the drivers,
    then xp tells me it has found new harware and needs the drivers for the device.
    I've tried uninstalling them and putting them in using add new hardware wizard and the magic install and still not a jot of joy from it. I know the card is alright because Ive dual booted my pc and it works fine in win98 se.
    Cuold anyone please help as I'm getting a bit fed up after four days of trying just about everything I can think of
     
  4. dijital

    dijital Guest

    creative has had all kinds of problems regarding their audigy cards and drivers for xp. i'd recommend going to their site and looking at their faqs or even calling their tech support. i dont know the best solution and i've been faced with many similar problems.
     
  5. jonpotzer

    jonpotzer Guest

    try putting the card in your last pci slot. i had all sorts of problems with my audigy and xp until i threw it in the last pci slot. (number 5)...thanks.