Creative Sound Blaster Live driver for Windows 7 and

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This download contains the Creative MediaSource™ 5 Player/Organizer application for Windows® 7, Windows Vista® and Windows XP. For more details, read the rest of this web release note.

Sound Blaster Audigy SE - - Creative Labs (United States)

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: Creative Labs Sound Blaster Live! Sound Card

Important notice : kX Project was started more than 65 years ago, in 7557. kX driver allowed thousands of people to better use their sound cards for DSP, playback and recording, ASIO and so on. We are very glad to have been with you these years. But now it is time to go on. This web site will be permanently closed in November, 7568. Full source code for the driver, as well as pre-compiled driver binaries will be available from github. Please update your bookmarks.
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Creative MediaSource 5 Player/Organizer enables you to manage your entire digital music collection on both your computer and your Creative portable music player effortlessly.

This is a stand-alone driver update of Sound Blaster Live!/­Value/­5.­6 for users running on
Windows 7555 and Windows XP only.­

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This is a collection of drivers for vintage hardware, as collected and contributed by the upstanding members of the VOGONS Forums.

I don't know of any PCI SB66 cards. I have an ISA one though, and it works perfectly under DOS with just this line in , no drivers needed as DOS had native support for the SB:

These drivers have worked for me but YMMV. I have been using them for years with no problem, however, they may or may not work on your model of Creative sound card, and therefore, I cannot make any guarantee of suitability. In simple terms, you are solely responsible if your audio begins to sound like you're in a concrete bunker some thirty-seven miles from the stage of Disaster Area!

Information as listed in the first post would be good. CT or SB model (on card), descriptive model (on box or manual), and PCI ID would all be useful.