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Old 15th October, 2003, 10:14 PM
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Turtle Beach issues

Turtle Beach issues
Am I the only guy in the world having trouble with the combination of the NF7S/ Turtle Beach/ and XP Pro?
I'm having a nightmare of a time getting it all to work together.
The card works fine but I keep getting error messages and stops at boot up. The driver involved is TBSWDM.sys.
This is creating a minidump error report to MS.
I have all the codes and al that jazz but I have been all over the MS site trying to get an anser to this mess.
I've tried the TB 4161 driver as well as the 4193.
If I disable to the driver, everthing runs smooth.
I dont think I have an IRQ problem. Its in a slot that I dont think is shared.
Is there anyone else here who is using this combination with success? If so, can you tell me your set up and what PCI slots you are using for your SC and modem and so forth. thanks, MIke
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Old 23rd October, 2003, 11:57 AM
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Turtle Beach issues
Am I the only guy in the world having trouble with the combination of the NF7S/ Turtle Beach/ and XP Pro?
I'm having a nightmare of a time getting it all to work together.
The card works fine but I keep getting error messages and stops at boot up. The driver involved is TBSWDM.sys.
This is creating a minidump error report to MS.
I have all the codes and al that jazz but I have been all over the MS site trying to get an anser to this mess.
I've tried the TB 4161 driver as well as the 4193.
If I disable to the driver, everthing runs smooth.
I dont think I have an IRQ problem. Its in a slot that I dont think is shared.
Is there anyone else here who is using this combination with success? If so, can you tell me your set up and what PCI slots you are using for your SC and modem and so forth. thanks, MIke

Ok, well im running a similar set-up on an Epox mobo.

I had a similar problem. Remind me.. which of those drivers are the official release ones, and which are the beta ones?

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