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    Default Creative X-fi Titanium pro series

    I'm having trouble to get my x-fi titanium get to work under win 7x64 home premium. I have done a clean instal of the operating system; In my device center I see 2 high definition sound cards (creative x-fi & ati radeon 4870). when I want to instal the creative drivers it gives me a error that there is no compatible device found. No problem, I went to device center to use the at disk methode for installing the drivers, but when I locate the file and click ok windows give an error saying the driver is not comatible with this version of windows (x64 bit drivers from creative???) so now I cant get the x-fi to work because i cant instal the drivers any idees for forcing the drivers to install on my OS?

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    Default Re: Creative X-fi Titanium pro series

    You weren't totally clear on the origin of the drivers you were trying to use the first time so ignore me if you've already been to the website: Creative Worldwide Support > PCI Express X-Fi Titanium . If you click on the "show details" link at the top driver it states that it is for Windows 7 64bit. Good luck.
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    Default Re: Creative X-fi Titanium pro series

    That are the drivers I downloaded, and I have also tried with daniel_k's driverpack, but always the same error :(

    Edit: I instaled my old x-fi extrememusic and that card (pci) installed just normal??? There goes my 160 euro for the x-fi titanium... Can I use the drivers for the extreme audio to be installed for my titanium?
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    Welcome to the forum!

    I'm very interested! I would love to find out more.

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    Default Re: Creative X-fi Titanium pro series

    I got the same message when I uninstall-ed my X-Fi XMusic and installed a X-Fi Titanium Pro under Win 7 x64 HP. The problem seemed to be old drivers/registry entries which did not uninstall properly thereby interfering with the new sound board. I fixed the problem by manually extracting the Creative driver installation package using WinRar. There is a file called 'Setup.exe' in the folder 'Drivers\SBXF' of the extracted installation package that will give you an option to delete all previous registry and driver entries on the system. After you manually choose to delete the entries you can go ahead with the driver installation option found on the same control panel. This method is not available by simply executing the downloaded driver file from creative. Even though you have a clean installation, Windows may have installed the Windows Update version of the driver without your knowledge. In any case its worth a shot. If anyone can tell me if the X-Fi Titanium Pro has the front panel audio connector for either AC97 or Intel HD audio please share as I find documentation lacking in this regard.

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