The Windows drivers are universal: they run on all cardbus controllers. I don't know of any specific TI drivers. The TI just works.
post #101 of 157
12/11/04 at 6:45am
Originally Posted by j4ever
dropadrop - are u using the latest ENE drivers for your PCMCIA? i'll have to swaaye's method out later because i just RMA's my laptop. I couldn't get dvd's to play video...all i got was sound and reinstalling the OS didn't help. I also let them know of the PCMCIA issue. I will have my laptop back sometime next week.
Originally Posted by swaaye
I've figured out a way to get rid of most of the pops and static. It seems to be partly caused by the PCI Latency of the Audigy card, not the latencies of the ENE controller. I'm sure the ENE controller is partially at fault though because the TI controllers run the same latencies without problems.
Anyway, if you REALLY want to get technical and hack a fix, you need to get WPCREDIT and go to the Audigy card in the devices list (at very bottom bus#129). You need to change register 0D to F8 from 20. This will up the PCI Latency of the card to 248 (it's max, I tried 255 it just resets to 248).
I emailed Creative about it.
Originally Posted by The Warden
link for pcr file please! and basic instructions?
I got wpcredit, but without the pcr file I can not find the card.