Thank you guys for the help. Unfortunately no one of that replies
helped me to solve the problem. In parallel to the discussion groups,
I contacted the Cirrus Logic, Creative and ECS. The Cirrus and
answered me. Below the messages:
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From: "Cirrus Logic Webmaster"
Para: "'Clark Thomas'"
Assunto: RE: CS4610
Data: Mon, 19 Jul 2004 11:24:58 -0500
Thank you for visiting Cirrus Logic online. We produce integrated
circuits (chips) for consumer
entertainment electronics, automotive entertainment and industrial
Please note that we do not manufacture PC video or graphics cards, PC
audio cards, modems or
graphics chips, and we do not support these products. If you are
seeking support for a PC audio or
video product or a PCMCIA card, you must contact the manufacturer. We
will not be able to assist you.
If you don't know the manufacturer of your Cirrus- or Crystal-based
product (Crystal Semiconductor
was purchased by Cirrus Logic in 1991), you can locate your
manufacturer through the Federal
Communication Commission (FCC) number, which should be printed on the
card itself. This number will
appear with FCC ID and the # sign followed by a 17-digit number. The
first three characters are all
that you need to find your manufacturer; search the FCC database at
As a convenience to you, we offer an archive of all our available
generic audio drivers at
www.cirrus.com/en/support/drivers/index.html. We do not provide
end-user driver support, and we do not
take responsibility for the performance of any drivers, which may have
been modified for individual
products by the product manufacturer.
In order to use these generic drivers, you need to know the Cirrus or
Crystal brand part number
your audio subsystem is based on. If you do not know the part number,
contact the manufacturer of
your bundled PC for that information and additional support.
If you are seeking Windows-based audio drivers, visit the Microsoft
Web site (www.microsoft.com)
and do a Search. In many cases, the drivers are available on this Web
We hope that this information will prove useful to you.
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Data: Mon, 19 Jul 2004 16:36:24 +0100 (BST)
De: "Creative Americas Technical Support"
Para: "Clark Thomas"
Assunto: Re: CLI - Technical Support Request
Your sound card is an Ensoniq Audio PC. Please download and install
drivers available online at http://www.yqcomputer.com/
, click on Support,
Downloads and follow the online instructions.
For faster service please reply with previous correspondence when
replying to this email.
Creative Labs Americas
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A firm coleague will lend me your SoundBlaster Live! 4.1 ... also
I lended to him mine soundboard (Vibra128 or Ensoniq?). Now I can
know if the problem is in the sound board or in my motherboard.
Thank you again,