Question about HP Creative Sound Blaster Audigy 5.1
Shutdown the computer and remove the power cord from the power supply.
Remove the card and check it for any physical damage. Something may have shorted out when you "jammed the jack" into it.
If there is nothing obviously wrong with the card, then reinsert it back into the slot fully, put the holding screw back in place and boot the computer back up.
It should find the drivers automatically (since it was previously installed)
If it dosn't, then shutdown again, move the card to another spare PCI slot and tray again.
Failing that, goto Creatives website. There is an option in the support section to allow Creatives webpage to scan your computer for drivers that you need automatically.
Hope that helps.
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
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