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Forestwalker

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  1. Well... Thanks anyway... I'm going to buy Maudio Revolution...
  2. My exact model of the card is Creative X-fi Extreme Audio. It has the CA0106 chipset. The same is used in: Sound Blaster Audigy SE Sound Blaster Audigy Value. The X-fi effects in this card are driver-enabled so that is why the new 64bit driver is not supporting it. Creative made that move because it is making the card A LOT cheaper... And it is apparently giving a headache to the Linux-users....
  3. These drivers do not work with my card. It does not have an x-fi chip((( The drivers are handling all the effects... They are completely different from other x-fi but similar to the Audigy SE....
  4. Ooops forgot to write the vendor. It is Creative (Creative Labs). Alsa-project says that my card is just a SoundBlaster Audigy SE that is modified a bit....
  5. I did it. The alsamixer warты about muting the channels after installation. The first time when everything worked I just needed to raise the bar of Iec825 (or something similar). But now there is no bar on this channel only a small square. When I unmute it it just shows two zeros. I tried raising every channel I could to the max but nothing worked(. The card is working normal under windows so it is functioning properly. I tried OSS Alsa-oss and the LSD (Linux Sound Daemon) and nothing works exept oss. But as I said earlier the sound is buggy and does not work in Flash with mozilla firefox or
  6. I bought this card some time ago and was first very dissapointed that it had no support under linux, but with ALSA 1.0.15rc2 (which I compiled and installed) sound finally came out from my speakers There was no 5.1 or Line-in but I did not care because sound was great and I am not using Line-in and have a 2.1 system. But then, after a major glitch I upgraded to Ubuntu Gutsy from Feisty and there was no sound at all. I installed the drivers again, but still no use... I wiped the system and installed feisty again but the same problem occured ... And since then I am not able to get ANY sound f
  7. It works after I reinstalled the Beryl and KDE after a major partition glitch!!! It works like a charm! Thank you very much!!!
  8. Thank you for your replies, but nothing works... If i shutdown the beryl and use the standart decoration without any plugins it remains the same, unfortunately. And nothing is lagging in any part of the interface. Exept when I load a ton of apps and play some video the cube effect is a little slow, but I think it is not very surprizing.) This affects only resizing. I really do not know what to do...
  9. Hello! This is my first post to the forum, which is great by the way. I'm having a very strange problem on openSUSE... When I resize a window it lags MASSIVELY (And video lags too when you resize). But the videocard (ATI x1600xt) drivers are fine, beryl is working very smooth. It affects both Gnome and KDE and configuring the system options or beryl's didn't help. The problem was since I installed openSUSE, and there is no references to it in the forums. Can you help me out? P.S. The problem affects only resizing and everything else runs great...
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