Windows NT 4.0 Sound Blaster 5.1 Live installation
1. Unzip all files into a subdirectory.
2. Go to Control Panel - Multimedia - Devices - Multimedia Devices - Audio Devices - Add - Unlisted or Updated Driver - OK - Browse - [point to your subdirectory] - OK - ... - New - ... - OK - ... - Reboot.
You computer may hang in the process, and after you manage to reboot, you'll find a lot of corrupt Sound Blaster files on your hard drive. It is a well known problem with Creative Labs Windows drivers. You can only install this Sound Blaster card by trial and error. Make sure you back up you hard drive before you start having fun!
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The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|CTSYN.SYS||161.4 KB||5 Jul 1999|
|2GMGSMT.SF2||2.1 MB||16 Nov 1996|
|EMU10K1.SYS||244.1 KB||14 Dec 2000|
|CTSYN32.DLL||19.5 KB||17 Jun 1999|
|SBLFX.DLL||495.6 KB||9 Oct 2000|
|README.TXT||642 bytes||8 Oct 2003|
|NT10K1SI.REG||6.2 KB||17 Jul 2001|
|CTMM32.DLL||18.4 KB||29 Aug 2000|
|SFMAN.SYS||37.3 KB||27 Jul 2000|
|DEFAULT.ECW||2.3 MB||25 Feb 1998|
|DEVCON32.DLL||352.3 KB||3 May 2001|
|SFMAN32.DLL||111.1 KB||13 Jan 1999|
|NTUPDREG.INF||2.2 KB||21 Jun 1999|
|DEFMIXER.REG||2.1 KB||9 Sep 1999|
|OEMSETUP.INF||672 bytes||13 Mar 2000|
|NT10K1SB.REG||4.4 KB||11 Aug 2000|
|UPDPCINT.EXE||40.4 KB||4 Feb 1999|