Are you new to LinuxQuestions. I seem to have some potentially working drivers here I didn’t see any “incompatible hardware” errors , but I’m having different problems with all 3 of them. Crashdance22 , Sep 11, Find More Posts by bruno buys. I hope one of ’em works!

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By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. Your soundcard is configured properly You have the correct output pluggin selected No other program is blocking the soundcard Thanks.

Crystal CS Sound Driver Windows XP Driver will not load | Support Forums

You can try this older driver remover program; it’s has been abandoned since meaning no new development since ’03so it should work with Win98, but I have NEVER used it for anything. BB code is On. I’ve done this with sound drivers and modem drivers when things got rough. I do not know the chip number. The dialogue says the device is not working properly or cryatal be missing drivers. I haven’t worked on a W98 system in years, but you’d have to right-click on the device in the Device Manager, select “update driver” or something similar, then use the wizard to ‘force’ it to use one of these drivers I get the following kamix: Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free.


This is as far as I get with the second set of drivers I found, with the system sound device still unusable. Auxio our community today!

I’m sure this will work as soon as I figure out how to completely clean out the Realtek drivers. Discussion in ‘ Software ‘ started by Crashdance22Aug 11, Find More Posts by thundurstruck.

Maybe you can see it on the motherboard. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. Did a Directsound test and everything checks out.

Thanks for the fast responses!

Every time I remove the device and restart, Windows finds it again and automatically assigns this driver to it again. There must be a better way to stop Windows from assigning this driver automatically, no? I seem to have some potentially working drivers here I didn’t see any “incompatible hardware” errorsbut I’m having different problems with all 3 of them. Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux? Does it load with a red x “disabled” icon on top of it?

Should I be concerned over the fact that the chipset doesn’t support hardware buffering though? I noticed it uses one file in c: The first listed CS driver does not give me this error, however, attempting to install all three drivers results in a DLL error and an illegal program operation.


(Windows 98) Problems Installing Crystal Audio Sound Drivers

Any assistance is much appreciated. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to auido out things on your own.

Linux – Hardware This forum is for Hardware issues. As to the hardware buffering, it shouldn’t be a problem, and the only way around it is to install a PCI qudio card that has hardware buffering.

Crystal CS4205 Sound Driver Windows XP Driver will not load

Everything works great except for the fact that I have no sound. Right click on the sound device listed in Unknown Devices and select “Device Details”.

Does anyone else have a similiar problem with this particular chipset? Log in or Sign up. Guess its a generic error message.