I was wanting to know if anyone has done this and how to fix it. I just built a system using an asus crosshair 3 formula motherboard and went with the fatality x-fi titanium soundcard using windows 7 64 pro.
I put the soundcard in disabled the onboard sound on the mobo, windows told me the fatality card software is incompatible with the card. I exchanged the fatality in the card that came with the mobo and no sound. Do I have to leave the card that came with the board out and use another slot for the fatality card?
Thanks for the help in advanced this site is a great source of information.
Check the box labeled "Latest Downloads". The 1st one, with a file size of 4.32MB and is listed for Windows 7: RODFAQ_17927,VARSET=CategoryID:1" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">http://support.creative.com/Products/ProductDetails.asp...
You need to uninstall the card from the device manager, shut your pc off, and then remove the xfi card completely from the board and (do not put it back in the chasis). Restart your pc, don't do anything else, let it boot up completely, then shut it off again. Now you can install your new sound card, start you pc and go to the creative web site and use their auto-detect tool to get the correct drivers for your configuration, download and you should be good to go.