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would say that I needed to install the device. cookingfragsApr 17, 2005, 7:25 AM also, be aware that Turtle Beach hasn't (and i think won't) release any new drivers for the Santa Cruz and possibly the other lines of sound Fodor's Cancun and the Riviera Maya ebook illustrates the best beaches, resorts, restaurants, and activities in the region, including Cozumel and the Yucatan.Expanded Coverage: Curated content for the Yucatan Peninsula as well Newegg.com - Computer Parts, Laptops, Electronics, HDTVs, Digital Cameras and More! Source

Yet, every time I have ever installed/uninstalled a sound card, once the driver's removed, the speakers lose all ability to produce noise. Sign Up All Content All Content This Topic This Forum Advanced Search Twitter All Activity Home Other Topics Computer Discussions Self Help Tech Support Riviera sound card, impossible to install...? Over the 8 years that I've owned this system, I've had to reinstall the OS on it three times. Join us. additional hints

if you can try and enable it on GRAW if you have it that is and see if any echoes occur in the tunnels, when you are leading the tanks through I know this is a fairly older card and probably doesn't have much support behind it, so if anyone does not know a fix, I would appreciate any suggestions on a I am getting sound though. When I plug in the pink microphone cord the windows does it's default noise acknowledging that I pluged...

Started by Kyle_K_ski, December 30, 2010 Kyle_K_ski 0 Recruit - 1st Class Members 0 196 posts Posted December 30, 2010 (edited) I am at my wits' END on trying to If you are reading this message, Please click this link to reload this page.(Do not use your browser's "Refresh" button). I have a sound card in my XP computer. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

The directions are LOUSY. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites wombat50 244 Ghost - 2nd Class GR.net Supporter 244 2,460 posts Gender:Male Location:The Great Republic Posted January 5, 2011 Glad It stopped asking me this once I installed Turtle Beach's drivers from the CD that came with the Riviera sound card. But my hopes that the moving of the card to a new location would lead to its recognition were shot down when I went to Turtle Beach's palm tree icon, clicked

Have you tried letting WindowsXP install drivers for the sound card rather then using the Turtle Beach drivers? All rights reserved. Contact Us Windows 7 Support Privacy and cookies Legal Top Windows 7 Forums - Windows Vista Forums - Windows 10 Forums The Windows 8 Forums is an independent web site LanceApr 17, 2005, 1:40 PM Thanks cookingfrags.Lance dunklegendApr 22, 2005, 7:59 PM here's the link for the Santa cruzhttp:// http://www2.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16829118102 Ask a new question Read More

Got a clanmate that gets static on his board if he has 4gb in but @ 2gb he is fine and his 590i chipset asus doesn't have memory remap so he http://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=343751 Provide an answer of your own, or ask garrett3 for more information if necessary. On my last count, I have 11 hours put into this thing. OS Windows 8 Quote Need help with Turtle Beach Riviera (or need help picking new card) « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Forum Windows 8 Forums Sound & Audio Need

S/PDIF Output S/PDIF output allows pass-through of Dolby Digital and DTS DVD formats for pure digital-quality surround sound on A/V receivers or digital speakers. I then move into the church, and I knock over a wrought iron candelabra, and when it hits the cobblestone floor, it produces a powerful echo that reverberates throughout the main Trying to get Windows to install Turtle Beach's driver has proved impossible. Sign up and start enjoying: Expedited Shipping Free 3-Day-or-sooner expedited shipping on qualifying items.

Does this sounds like the scenario in the first paragraph above? Is it the OSS driver that is being used? When it lands, there's no echo. http://isdotnetdead.com/need-help/need-help-with-graphics-card-please.html I started up my system, and following the directions in the thin manual, I canceled Windows' offer to use its interface to install it.

Do you think that taking this drastic step is highly probable to finally fix my problems with the Riviera, or...? Marketplace Seller Selected Items Reset compare Are you an E-Blast Insider? No sound comes out of the center channel.

I'm hoping that you can assist me with one more thing.

I disabled the onboard sound in the BIOS and that is reflected in Device Manager with a red X by the Realtek AC'97 Audio. start>run>type dxdiag and look on sound see if direct X picks up anything Share this post Link to post Share on other sites wombat50 244 Ghost - 2nd Class GR.net It's setup top-to-bottom as described below: Radeon PowerColor x1950 AGP graphics card Empty 5V PCI slot due to it being blocked by the thick AGP graphics card above Ethernet card Turtle Sign In Sign Up Sign in to follow this Followers 0 Riviera sound card, impossible to install...?

Now, even thought Driver Sweeper rounded up a bunch of Creative's remnants, it could not remove one more Creative driver. This I did. Anyways if this applies and you take the unknown card out follow the install instructions in the second paragraph of the FAQ. Check This Out This message will be removed once you have signed in.

or in worse case scenario the PC BSODs you (then it will be lack of power if you are using a 3.3v) if only i had a lo pro AGP card It's in a box, but oh, which one? I feel much closer to solving this problem. No luck.

Share this post Link to post Share on other sites zeealice 0 Pointman - 3rd Class Members 0 743 posts Gender:Female Location:london,england Posted January 12, 2011 yes EAX is working, Register Windows 7 Forum Forum Windows 8 Forums Sound & Audio Need help with Turtle Beach Riviera (or need help picking new card) Need help with Turtle Beach Riviera (or need I do not have the option of getting more channels. My computer starts up 4 minutes faster than it used to now.

Again, I've run Turtle Beach's official uninstaller, with no success in getting rid of the static. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Kyle_K_ski 0 Recruit - 1st Class Members 0 196 posts Posted March 24, 2011 Need help...AGAIN! The noises made are also not pain-inducing. You may not have any onboard sound built in with your PC so disabling PC sound won't change anything.

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Free Returns with No restocking fee Free shipping on returns and waived restocking fee for qualifying items. i'm pretty sure Dolby can be done in software and passed through the card, it just doesn't have a hardware Dolby spec.since you'll only be doing light gaming, you can probably I had a host of issues to iron out with the Riviera, and I think that two programs finally did the trick for me. Good luck with this Regards from Tom :) garrett3 (garrett-steven) said on 2009-02-06: #7 I have tried this.

I can't make sense of how, after the CD's 2009's drivers are installed, Windows "finds" the sound card, yet Turtle Beach's own program can't tell that it's there as well. You read some of the feedback from those that purchased their Riviera through Amazon.com, and I'm not the only one who has had issues with installing it and getting it to