Creative Labs Creative SB16 Emulation Free Driver Download
CT4830, Creative Gameport Joystick, Creative MultiMedia Interface, Creative SB Live! Value
Creative Labs, Creative
Audio Drivers, Sound Card Drivers, CTMISC, MEDIA
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Supported Operating Systems
Windows 98SE, Windows 98
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Sound Blaster Live CT4830 driver for Windows 95 +98 - English
Title Sound Blaster Live CT4830 driver for Windows 95 + 98 - English
Entry date 31 aug 2000
Operating System Windows 95 + 98
Applies to Sound
Installation Notes Download the self-extracting file to a predetermined folder on your hard drive. Unzip the file, by double-clicking it, on the default location C \SBLW9XUK. When finished, proceed as follows
1 Click My Computer with the secondary mouse button and select Properties from the pop-up menu.
2 Click the Device Manager tab.
3 Click Other Devices, then double-click the PCI Multimedia Audio Device.
4 Select the Driver tab.
5 Click the Change Driver button, select from the list Sound, video and game controllers.
Jerry K (DG Staff Member) on 1/3/2004
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