Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Fatal1ty Titanium on Windows 10?

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Jyclop

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I still have my Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Fatal1ty Titanium in my computer, and I've tried everything, but I can't get any of the creative software to work for my sound card on Windows 10.

All the Creative programs say "There is no supported audio device available..." or something like that.

This means that I have no way to switch the FlexiJack settings or anything like that, and I really miss the Creative Console Launcher.

I used to be able to limp all this software through on Windows 8.1, but they it won't work at all now with Windows 10. I talked to a Creative agent, and all they would say was that "...the OS is not supported..."

Anybody have any suggestions?
 
You'll have to wait for Microsoft to supply a Windows 10 driver for it via Windows Updates as it's Microsoft's responsibility to supply hardware drivers for their latest OS. However, there is no guarantee that Microsoft will support older devices, they'll have enough to do just keeping up with the new stuff.
 

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It's not the only card with that problem. The official drivers somehow do not update the registry entries properly. If you want to stick with the official drivers, they will be out in October (http://support.creative.com/kb/ShowArticle.aspx?sid=126331). But it seems, that this one is working:
http://forums.creative.com/showthread.php?t=714135
you can get it also from here:
http://danielkawakami.blogspot.de/
 

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This seems more like a Creative problem.
 

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That's interesting because the Creative representative I talked to specifically said that they classified my card as a "Discontinued Product", and they wouldn't be releasing any new drivers for it.
That page you found seems to be legitimate, but it doesn't make sense to me why they said that they weren't gonna release new drivers.

I think I'll just wait until September to see if I can get new drivers.

Otherwise, I'll probably just buy a new sound card.
Do you have any suggestions for sounds cards?
I'm kind of leaning towards the Asus Xonar DGX, but I really haven't researched it much.

Thanks so much!
 
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