Creative Sound Blaster Audigy including Platinum and Platinum eX series
Creative Sound Blaster Audigy 2 including Platinum, Platinum eX, and Value series
Creative Sound Blaster Audigy 2 ZS including Platinum and Platinum Pro series
Creative Sound Blaster Audigy 4 Pro and Sound Blaster Audigy 4
Creative Sound Blaster Audigy 2 ZS Notebook PCMCIA
XP, Vista, Win7
32 and 64Bit
Updated Tweaks as 11.25.11
Fix Correct volume for Voice Vocal to 100%
Took out back rear speaker tweaks. Keep the left and right channel back speaker tweaks.
Added correct mapping channel from back to front tweaks. In 4.1/5.1/7.1 mode
Created new tweak ini file it’s by common folder in wdm folder.
Added more bass in drivers
Took out Side speaker tweaks.
Added DTS Dolby Passthrough tweak
Add more passthrough tweaks
Up the mids bit more to 75%
You can find in main folder just click on it and installed. I highly recommend used Iolo System Mechanic fix reg and defrag there free trial.
Before installing, remove all traces of any previous x-fi drivers and all x-fi driver by removing the driver within "Device Manager". To clean up any excess files left on your system, you should use a 3rd party program to do this job (unless you've a good understanding of the registry) A recommended program to do this is Driver Sweeper - which is freeware, and available from http://www.guru3d.com/category/driversweeper/ or paid version at hardwareheaven.com driver cleaner.net
To install the software driver :
Providing you've followed the steps above, restart your computer and run Setup.exe. Follow through the prompts until the installation has completed.
Please used register cleaner like tune up Advanced SystemCare iobit.com or crapcleaner
What is Pax?
Formally known as Youpax, Pax was founded by Robert McClelland 6 years ago, who is continuing to provide an alternative tweaked driver to the Official driver released by Creative.
Why should I install this Pax alternative?
Pax is aimed at improving sound quality and to give a more deeper bass sound, while retaining the clarity of the overall output audio. Most users continue to use Pax drivers once moving over and never look back!
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