Multimedia Audio Controller

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by swtchrly, Jul 28, 2002.

  1. swtchrly

    swtchrly Guest

    I recently installed the Turtle Beach Santa Cruz sound card on my pc. I have been unable to configure it to use 4.1 digital mode. Could this be do to the missing multimedia audio controller driver? I have installed (and re-installed) the XP drivers from the Turtle Beach website. Also i have tried different slots, this made no difference. I hope this was the right place to post this.
     
  2. swtchrly

    swtchrly Guest

    It is me again, I notice a few people have checked my posts but none offered a reply. Should I have posted this elsewhere?
    Thanks
     
  3. swtchrly

    swtchrly Guest

    yeah! I take it that is bad.
     
  4. swtchrly

    swtchrly Guest

    I have disabled the onboard sound, but still cannot use my speakers in 4.1 digital mode.
     
  5. swtchrly

    swtchrly Guest

    Can anyone else help me regarding this problem? I have contacted the Voyetra Santa Cruz Tech Help and they can't help either.

    Thanks:confused:
     
  6. dave holbon

    dave holbon Moderator

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    Remove all sound card software drivers including motherboards AC97 if fitted. Power down PC. Re-start PC and when prompted point to your drivers disk/CD. You may have to remove the sound card after you have powered down and re-boot with no sound at all, and then power down again to ensure that all the resources have been freed.