I've tried every driver I can find for the ENE CB-1410 chip. I actually have only found 3 different ones, after downloading over a dozen zip files from various manufacturers. Dated 09/12/2001, 08/14/2002, and 10/28/2003. Some come with a special filter ENECBPTH.sys driver, but usually it's just a stupid INF file that looks to just tell Windows what to call it.
None of them has done anything to improve the sound problems.
Here's a link to my compilation of the ENE CB-1410 drivers
You know, TI obviously is more behind their products. I mean, check out their website: LINK
. ENE's site looks like a company who doesn't want to give out any info on their chips. They have no resources to download and only a small bullet list of features. LINK
. I have a STRONG feeling we've gotten the lowest bidder in our notebooks. I am becoming so pissed off over this.
Ok, Creative just replied to me again. They are being very helpful. The fellow who is working with me has decided to look more into the ENE CB1410 concern I've expressed.
|OK, we will look into it hear to see if the ENE CB1410 controller is
affecting the performance of the Audigy 2 ZS Notebook.
I will email you back if we need any more information or if we have a