Those of us lucky enough to own one of Creative's Audigy sound cards know the aural pleasure that they deliver. One downside of Creative's package is the driver installation, and the fact that the original driver CD is required in order to install drivers even at a basic level. Others will find the CD installation puts a large amount of unneeded software on their otherwise nice clean system. What follows is a guide on how to install the basic card drivers without the use of the original CD. This process is tested and working under Windows XP, although I see no reason why it wouldn't also work on Windows 2000.
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