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Hey guys, I'm also using the same motherboard (Z77x-UD5H) with a 3570K and had a question.

I'm unable to install or even find the Creative Sound Blaster MB2 suite from its own utility DVD. All I could find was a folder known as 'Dolby', which installed the dolby control center, but doesn't start up, giving an internal error.

Any help would be appreciated. Has anyone else been able to install the creative suite?
post #962 of 6656
Does anyone have any settings for the 30 nm Samsung RAM? I have 16 GB now and I can't seem to get it past 1866 (currently at 1866 @ 1.5 10-10-10-30-1T, haven't tried lower timings yet). 2000 boots but gives errors once in windows with 1.56v and 11-11-11-28-2T, and 2133 wouldn't even POST with 1.56 volts...
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Hey guys, I'm also using the same motherboard (Z77x-UD5H) with a 3570K and had a question.
I'm unable to install or even find the Creative Sound Blaster MB2 suite from its own utility DVD. All I could find was a folder known as 'Dolby', which installed the dolby control center, but doesn't start up, giving an internal error.
Any help would be appreciated. Has anyone else been able to install the creative suite?

Yes, run the DVD autoplay so the gigabyte DVD software installer utility comes up and check the box for the MB2 installer and do it that way.
Edited by iMPLiCiT - 5/9/12 at 9:23pm
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Originally Posted by Ali Man View Post

Hey guys, I'm also using the same motherboard (Z77x-UD5H) with a 3570K and had a question.
I'm unable to install or even find the Creative Sound Blaster MB2 suite from its own utility DVD. All I could find was a folder known as 'Dolby', which installed the dolby control center, but doesn't start up, giving an internal error.
Any help would be appreciated. Has anyone else been able to install the creative suite?

Did you install Realtek Driver? Creative SB MB2 software for UD5H is located at E:\Audio\CreativeSB (where E is the letter of cd/dvd drive). This is the one that works for me.
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Well i am running the F6i BIOS and my Logitech 510 keyboard will not work in BIOS, so i don't know how the could have been fixed, also i changed the voltage and CBLK to 100.10 will see if i get any crashes.
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I'm running BIOS F6 and I loaded Sin's BIOS profiles (tried both) and they interfere with my Antec Kuhler 920. The fans stop reporting speed and won't respond with Antec's Chill Control software, and will sometimes stop spinning.

I noticed EasyTune 6 interferes with the Kuhler 920 and it's software in a similar way.

In both cases loading optimized defaults and uninstalling EasyTune 6 restores the Kuhler's functionality.

Also,
Corsair Vengeance K60 keyboard does not work in BIOS F4 or F6, I fortunately had another that did.


And thanks Sin.
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Did you install Realtek Driver? Creative SB MB2 software for UD5H is located at E:\Audio\CreativeSB (where E is the letter of cd/dvd drive). This is the one that works for me.

Creative Audio driver 6.0.100.1106
http://download.gigabyte.us/FileList/Driver/mb_driver_audio_creative_7series.exe
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Well i am running the F6i BIOS and my Logitech 510 keyboard will not work in BIOS, so i don't know how the could have been fixed, also i changed the voltage and CBLK to 100.10 will see if i get any crashes.
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Also,
Corsair Vengeance K60 keyboard does not work in BIOS F4 or F6, I fortunately had another that did.

Well,answer has been posted in post #921.
After F6,4 (four) new BIOS's has been released.
Edited by stasio - 5/9/12 at 10:39pm
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Thank you guys. I found it. I don't exactly have a DVD-Rom in my new Rig, so I had to get it from a 10 year old DVD-Rom of another computer (which made the mistake of me not being able to find it in the first go).

I have another question people. I'm using this G.Skill memory sticks:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231517

The thing is that, no matter how much I loosen up the timings, I can never boot at 2400Mhz. As you people can see, these are 2133Mhz (2GB sticks), they only boot up at stock speeds and at 2200Mhz. Now I'm thinking if its a CPU limitation or if these sticks just aren't any good for overclocking?
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Thank you guys. I found it. I don't exactly have a DVD-Rom in my new Rig, so I had to get it from a 10 year old DVD-Rom of another computer (which made the mistake of me not being able to find it in the first go).
I have another question people. I'm using this G.Skill memory sticks:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231517
The thing is that, no matter how much I loosen up the timings, I can never boot at 2400Mhz. As you people can see, these are 2133Mhz (2GB sticks), they only boot up at stock speeds and at 2200Mhz. Now I'm thinking if its a CPU limitation or if these sticks just aren't any good for overclocking?

You can try to raise DDR voltage. If you already tried that, try to raise VTT and IMC a little. Otherwise, this RAM is at its limit.
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UD5H - F7b is out.
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UD5H - F7b is out.
Wait a minute-are the numbers backing up now?? I'm running F8a.........
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