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All support for the Blaster Live! 24 bit sound card, is available starting from next link: http://support.creative.com/Products/product_list.aspx?catID=1&CatName=Sound+Blaster
now select Live! (in the frame) Live! 24-bit (in the middle column) Next (under the frame)
Now the support page for Live! 24-bit sound card should show up.
For more information about Driver and Application software click "Show Details" next to the downloads.
Click on start, then click on control panel , then double click system, then click on hardware, and finely click on device manager. scroll down to audio devices and select your sound card. right click the mouse , then select uninstall . It should only take five to ten seconds to uninstall . if it prompts you to restart your computer do so . if it doesn't prompt you to restart then left click on actions in the toolbar at the top of your screen and select scan for hardware changes . once it detects your sound card your device drivers screen will appear . select automatically install drivers for me . after it's done , close the boxes until you get back to the control panel then select sounds and audio devices . see if your sound card shows up on the first window that opens. if not there, left click on the sounds or the audio selection and see if your sound card shows up under audio devices . if it does not , you might want to consider swapping out your sound card with another one .
You will need drivers for your sound card. Go to Control Panel.....select Device Manager....find your sound card on the list.....Right click on it and select Properties........select drivers tab.......have windows look for drivers and install. You can also install your card in ADD/REMOVE HADRWARE in control panel. Have windows search for new hardware. When it finds your sound card follow prompts to install.
It should be one of these http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/su/su_sc_modItemList.jsp?BV_SessionID=%40%40%40%400549524140.1216395241%40%40%40%40&BV_EngineID=cccgadeejgiiflmcgfkceghdgngdgnj.0&ModelDLOS=Windows+XP%7C132594&ModelDLCat=Sound%7C105517&BV_SessionID=%40%40%40%400549524140.1216395241%40%40%40%40&BV_EngineID=cccgadeejgiiflmcgfkceghdgngdgnj.0&ListType=&ct=DL&moid=&rpn=&OrderBy=D&PublicStartIndex=0&PrivateStartIndex=0&PublicCutOff=&PrivateCutOff=&AddOldPublicItems=false&AddOldPrivateItems=undefined&all_docs=false&x=40&y=10
You may need to research the site for Your model number of notebook, but many use the same sound drivers