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Creative Labs explains new driver policies

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Cameron Wilmot
Published Wed, Dec 11 2002 9:18 PM CST   |   Updated Sat, Aug 8 2020 10:29 AM CDT
Creative Labs made a few changes to the way you download and order their latest drivers and software. The INQ has the full story on it for those interested.

It offered these drivers on a CD because, it said, it didn't want customers to wait until they were prepared in Web format, and also were provided in that form because non-broadband Internet users might have spent many hours downloading the whole caboodle.But, the company added: "All of our drivers for Sound Blaster Live! and Sound Blaster Audigy are now up to date and available on our site for free download as well as continuing to be made available from our online store for those who wish to purchase the software and drivers on CD".Creative has no plans to charge for Audigy driver updates and it said that the latest Audigy 2 updates have just been released, at no charge. µ
More information @ The Inquirer

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