Hello. I recently got a Turtle Beach Santa Cruz off ebay in order to replace the onboard sound of my motherboard whch had gone dead. However, I haven't been able to install it. I'm running Windows XP Pro SP3. I downloaded the latest drivers off the TB website (4193) and follow the exact instructions given in their FAQ for installation, however, after I accept the install of unsigned drivers, Windows always throws a "installed device error" and the installation hangs; if I end the instllation process I get a runtime error message. If I reboot the PC, I getno sound and the sound card is not recognized. Even if I uninstall the components, I have to manually remove the card and reinsrt it in order to get Windows to recogniz it again (I don't do this with the PC on, of course). Already tried changing PCI slots and no luck. I'm certain the PCI works becuase I had a SB installed in the very same slot (which was migrated to a newer PC). I'm thinking of doing a clean Windows install to see if it fixes the issues I've been having, but first I wanted to ask for advice here.
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Hi, solved the problems, turns out the PCI contact's where dirty, cleaned them with help of a pencil eraser and was finally able to install, but now the front spaker jack doesn't work. Is it possible to fix this?