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I'm not here to complain and generally be rude about Creatives Drivers.

I have however just picked up one of the crazy deal Titanium HD's from Best Buy and am debating about which driver to install. I've found one like the PAX Drivers. I know there are others.

What would the audiophiles here do?
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Do not waste your time with Pax drivers. Creative's drivers are much improved since the release of Vista. The company had many problems making drivers for Vista/Win 7 for its older cards, but the Titanium HD and X-FI HD USB have both been troublefree fore me.

Use the CD that comes with it then use the AutoUpdate feature to get the newest console launcher and driver.
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+Rep to you! Thanks for the advice.
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Do not waste your time with Pax drivers. Creative's drivers are much improved since the release of Vista. The company had many problems making drivers for Vista/Win 7 for its older cards, but the Titanium HD and X-FI HD USB have both been troublefree fore me.

Use the CD that comes with it then use the AutoUpdate feature to get the newest console launcher and driver.
this^

creative changed the whole deal in the Titanium HD , just stick with the official drivers
and if you encounter any problem just do a clean driver installation after using DriverSweeper:http://phyxion.net/item/driver-sweeper.html
    
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