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    Hi,

    I have just upgraded my Audigy 1 to Audigy 2 and the
    problem is in the Sound and Audio Device Properties I get
    SB Audigy Audio [df00] and not Audigy 2 and in other places
    i get SB audigy Why?


    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by clubsport
    Hi,

    I have just upgraded my Audigy 1 to Audigy 2 and the
    problem is in the Sound and Audio Device Properties I get
    SB Audigy Audio [df00] and not Audigy 2 and in other places
    i get SB audigy Why?


    Thanks
    Did you uninstall the Audigy drivers? Did you download the latest Audigy 2 drivers from the creative website? Chances are you didn't do either, and there lies your problem :D It's always a good idea to download the latest drivers online instead of just installing from the CD because the ones online will be the latest, and often include big fixes, bug fixes, speed issues, compataibility problems, etc.
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