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    Need drivers for sound blaster model SB0090p

    ? Need drivers for sound blaster model SB0090. The serial number for this card is MSB00902305909.

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    Re: Need drivers for sound blaster model SB0090?

    This is a pretty easy one. This shows as an Audigy . Therefore the drivers for it would be here.........

    http://support.creative.com/downloads/download.aspx?nDownloadId=0960

    or just start at the top of the forum here and click, support, and then sound blaster, and "then If your product is not listed above, please.....click here.........."? Then choose Audigy, not audigy 2 not Audigy 4, just Audigy. Then you will see drivers galore for everything as high and new as Windows 7.

    Cheers,and I hope my links work for you.

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    Re: Need drivers for sound blaster model SB0090v

    / ? Yeah that took me to this link. This is not the correct driver for the card I have.

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    http://support.creative.com/downloads/welcome.aspx?nLanguageLocale=033&nDriverType=#type _

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    Re: Need drivers for sound blaster model SB0090

    / See http://forums.creative.com/creativelabs/board/message?board.id=soundblaster&message.id=2806&quer y.id=33038#M2806

    The SB0090 is the Audigy , not the Audigy 2. Download the drivers for the Audigy Gamer and you should be set (that happens to be the sound card on the system I am on right now and I used the downloads to install, so I know it will work).

    http://support.creative.com/Products/product_list.aspx?catID=&CatName=Sound+Blaster#

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    Re: Need drivers for sound blaster model SB0090?

    It doesn't matter whether you slect the Audigy /2/4, they all use the same driver package. Just don't select any of the SE/LS/Value variants a they use a different driver.

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    Re: Need drivers for sound blaster model SB0090?

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    ? That is not it. This card has a 394 firewire port on it. Can someone send the exact link to the driver I should install?

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    Re: Need drivers for sound blaster model SB0090?

    / ?
    sthomp wrote:
    ? Yeah that took me to this link. This is not the correct driver for the card I have.

    ?

    http://support.creative.com/downloads/welcome.aspx?nLanguageLocale=033&nDriverType=#type _
    ?
    Yes it is.

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    Re: Need drivers for sound blaster model SB0090?

    Well, it looks like it worked for me. The link eventually took me to the exact download page, which is here:

    http://support.creative.com/downloads/download.aspx?nDownloadId=0960

    That picture looked like my board, and sure enough all those question marks in Device Manager went away. I notice you have to say "install anyway" when it says the drivers don't pass Windows Logo testing. That logo testing warning happens a lot with 3rd party software these days, and just means that Creative didn't see fit to spend the $$ to Microsoft?to make?that screen disappear.

    Dave B.

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    Re: Need drivers for sound blaster model SB0090?

    Well Dave,

    I am glad you found your driver. I would hope you would keep writing for other users of the older Audigy series, so they can learn from your success.

    ?

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    Re: Need drivers for sound blaster model SB0090?

    Well, I am having an issue with installing the recent driver listed for Windows 7. When I run the driver EXE, I am prompted with an error of not able to locate the card, not connected to system. Well, I can ensure the card is corrected, as it worked prior to running the upgrade to Win7. I removed the card, and reinserted it (thinking it may jar the Add Hardware Wizard), to no avail.

    Is this a common problem, or am I a minority?

    Other information on my system, I'm running a XFX nVidia 750a mobo, with AMD Phenom x4 9950 CPU, with 4Gb RAM. The OS is now Win7 Home Premium 64-bit (and formerly was Vista-64).

    Any ideas?

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