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post #11 of 14
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Would the latest BIOS fix the problem ? I think there is a beta bios out for me, my BIOS is dated 8/11 so that could be a problem ?
post #12 of 14
Just wonderint...
Is he mixing USB with Analog?
    
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post #13 of 14
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well my USB isn't plugged in while the Medusa's are if that's what your asking ?
post #14 of 14
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Here's what a DFI-street forum admin told me:

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the X-Fi and NF4 chipset has a problem...the answer is either have the mobo mfg create a bios fix for it (which DFI has not done), or send the X-Fi back to Creative and they will upgrade the firmware to make it compatible with NF4 chipsets.

this is not a DFI problem...it is a problem with all NF4 chipsets and X-Fi.

most mobo mfg's have released a bios update to solve it

DFI, as far as I know, has not, so that means you have to contact Creative about it
I updated my BIOS to 10/19 so should I do what he's saying ?
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