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post #1 of 15
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It doesn't start whenever i boot up into Win 7 and it also seems to forget the last preset and settings i set it to which is annoying. How can i solve this problem?
post #2 of 15
I had a similar issue.
Best for me was to re-install after removing and driver sweeping on safe mode, using the latest version from creative's website.
Also, stay away from any update to creative's software that comes from Microsoft automatic updates: they will mos def cause trouble in the long run

EDIT: which sound card do you have? Your sig. rig shows onboard sound?! (in which case creative console will assuredly NOT work, heheh)
post #3 of 15
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Well I have the Titanium HD which i just got. I didn't want to do a complete install of the CD since it installs tons of **** i don't need. I forgot to select volume panel which i added now so it shows up on the taskbar. It doesn't pop up the console when my PC starts now but it does show the volume panel in my taskbar which lets me switch in between now.

Yeah I hate MS auto driver update crap.

I was gonna install the newer console launcher and driver on top of the old one, is this bad or should i completely remove the driver and console launcher. I know that the new driver and console launcher on the website doesn't have the volume panel
post #4 of 15
If you go to creatives's support site you can choose by yourself what to install (you just need the driver and creative console. I am not sure about your soundcard but you might also need some codec packs too (like DTS and THX support) but, you can also install from the cd and use included update tool. Generally speaking you can install the new drivers on top of the old ones but, if you have problems it is better to sweep and do "clean install".
Good luck!
post #5 of 15
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thanks for the info.
I did have another question, what settings should is set my speakers in windows. 24 bit 48khz or 24 bit 192khz? I have an HD 555 as my primary source of audio
post #6 of 15
You're welcome!
48KHz is usually enough for most but, since you have nice earphones you might be able to appreciate 192KHz

post #7 of 15
No. Most music is recorded at 16-bit 44.1 kHz. The data is simply not there if you oversample at 48 kHz, 96kHz or 192kHz. My cards are perpetually at 16-bit 44.1 kHz.

BTW edo, your PM box is full.
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post #8 of 15
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Originally Posted by RallyMaster View Post
No. Most music is recorded at 16-bit 44.1 kHz. The data is simply not there if you oversample at 48 kHz, 96kHz or 192kHz. My cards are perpetually at 16-bit 44.1 kHz.

BTW edo, your PM box is full.
Indeed, cd music and most other audio sources are limited to 44.1KHz but, Blu-Ray DVDs carry until 192KHz tracks (DTS and etc) so, setting 192KHz will be useful for when you play a blu-ray movie

Nevertheless, if you do not set your player to actually use DTS pc on your earphones (maybe some version of THX is also supported on earphones but I am unsure) it will be probably played at the usual 44.1KHz
Edited by Ulver - 8/10/11 at 5:46pm
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Originally Posted by RallyMaster View Post
No. Most music is recorded at 16-bit 44.1 kHz. The data is simply not there if you oversample at 48 kHz, 96kHz or 192kHz. My cards are perpetually at 16-bit 44.1 kHz.

BTW edo, your PM box is full.
yeah I was about to ask you to resend your message. WHat did you send me?
and how did you know it was full?
post #10 of 15
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Originally Posted by Ulver View Post
Indeed, cd music and most other audio sources are limited to 44.1KHz but, Blu-Ray DVDs carry until 192KHz tracks (DTS and etc) so, setting 192KHz will be useful for when you play a blu-ray movie

Nevertheless, if you do not set your player to actually use DTS pc on your earphones (maybe some version of THX is also supported on earphones but I am unsure) it will be probably played at the usual 44.1KHz

Okay when i play my blu ray movies, I shall switch to 192KHZ
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