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Thanks for all the replies.

-The master volume is linked to my keyboard's volume control and I currently have it to max volume.

-My speakers are 2.1 Logitech Z-340's and are plugged into the correct port, the 2nd one as mentioned by metalkobra.

-Yes, I disabled the onboard audio in the BIOS.

- Yes, I did completely uninstall the previous drivers.

Also, I have tried the sound card with the provided drivers on the disc and the latest ones off of Creative's website... no change.
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post #12 of 13
I had a problem where whenever the subs kicked in, it would majorly distort the sound. There is a setting in Creative Speaker settings labled Bass cut off frequency. Try to adjust that to where it stops distorting, and also enable bass redirection.
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post #13 of 13
Well when i install mine i hook it up by looking at the color applet ((stickers)) for the ports on the back.
But when i ran the sound test with in the X-FI program, i had to unplug and plug the speaker set up a different way according to the program. All works well after running the program!

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