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    Exclamation Game Blaster Sound Card not detected in Windows 7

    First let me tell you my specs. I have an ASRock X79 Extreme9 motherboard that came with the game blaster card. I have a core i7 3930k, 16gb of ram, a 7850, and other unimportant stuff. So the other day, I ran into a problem. The sound card processor thingy on the game blaster is not detected. The Ethernet is detected, though, on the game blaster. Please help. I don't know what to do.

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    Default Re: Game Blaster Sound Card not detected in Windows 7

    Quote Originally Posted by dyl421421 View Post
    First let me tell you my specs. I have an ASRock X79 Extreme9 motherboard that came with the game blaster card. I have a core i7 3930k, 16gb of ram, a 7850, and other unimportant stuff. So the other day, I ran into a problem. The sound card processor thingy on the game blaster is not detected. The Ethernet is detected, though, on the game blaster. Please help. I don't know what to do.
    I had the same problem with my Asrock Extreme 6/GB motherboard
    Move Game Blaster to bottom PCI-Express slot, restart and load drivers from motherboard install CD.

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    Default Re: Game Blaster Sound Card not detected in Windows 7

    Quote Originally Posted by dyl421421 View Post
    First let me tell you my specs. I have an ASRock X79 Extreme9 motherboard that came with the game blaster card. I have a core i7 3930k, 16gb of ram, a 7850, and other unimportant stuff. So the other day, I ran into a problem. The sound card processor thingy on the game blaster is not detected. The Ethernet is detected, though, on the game blaster. Please help. I don't know what to do.
    I am having the exact same problem on the Asrock X79 Extreme6/GB. The ethernet port works but the sound card is not being detected. I can not even install the creative drivers as it is not detecting it. The ethernet port works on the game blaster just fine. Since I have the Extreme 6/GB, there is only 1 PCI-E 1x slot, so I am not even to move it to any other slot. Does anyone have a solution to this problem? Thanks.

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    Default Re: Game Blaster Sound Card not detected in Windows 7

    Hey were u guys able to fix the problem of your soundcard not getting detected.

    Kindly help if the problem has been fixed for u guys.

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    Default Re: Game Blaster Sound Card not detected in Windows 7

    I am having this same problem.. Any fix?

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    Default Re: Game Blaster Sound Card not detected in Windows 7

    Ok I figured this out, it needs to be plugged into the tiny bay 3, otherwise it wont be detected.
    Good Luck.
    Angel

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    Default Re: Game Blaster Sound Card not detected in Windows 7

    go to bios southbridge enable onboard sound auto gamblaster led save on exit make sure gamblaster is in bottom pci-e slot install driver from disk.

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    Default Re: Game Blaster Sound Card not detected in Windows 7

    I'm still having trouble, I've moved it to every pcie slot avaiable even the x16 ones and it still only works with the ethernet, no sound. Windows automatically installs it as microsoft high definition drives, even with onboard audio disabled, the thing is, when installing it from the disk manually using device manager, windows tells me the best drivers are all ready installed.

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