Anyone got speech recognition and synth working with RC1?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Hardware' started by John Lorenzen, Sep 27, 2006.

  1. I am unable to get speech recognition or synth working on my system with a
    new Audigy4 sound card. I am trying to decide if I should return the sound
    card or keep trying to get the speech tech in Vista to work.
    John Lorenzen, Sep 27, 2006
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    Peter Guest

    I've got that working OK but I have a different problem - when I open
    recording devices from the taskbar icon it closes immediately giving a
    rundll error.
    Am going to post at the Creative forums to see what they have to say.
    Am using the latest drivers for Vista but it seems build 5728 has screwed
    something up.
    Peter, Sep 27, 2006
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    Peter Guest

    P.S. Did you use the latest 2.10.0000 drivers from Creative?
    Peter, Sep 27, 2006
  4. Thanks for your reply Peter. I did get the 2.0 drivers but they did not
    help, I also tried the vista 5728 release without luck. Could you tell me
    if you did a full install or an upgrade?. I did an upgrade from XP pro, I
    think tonight I might try the clean install and see if that works. Any
    advice would be great.
    John Lorenzen, Sep 27, 2006
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    Peter Guest

    I wouldn't jeopardize my system by upgrading from XP. It's on a separate
    partition and is an upgrade from RC-1. (It's been a Vista-dedicated
    partition from the start).

    Toronto, Canada
    XP Pro SP2 x 2 + Vista Beta
    P4 D865GBFL HT @ 3.0ghz 2.0gb DDR 700gb HD
    ATI Radeon 9550 Graphics
    Creative Soundblaster Audigy 4 Audio
    Peter, Sep 27, 2006
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    WorcsMarkH Guest

    I too am having problems with both my line input and microphone (inbuilt
    Realtek AC97)
    Funnily though, I have just installed MSN (XP download I guess) and can chat
    away with no problems, but for some reason Speech Recognition fails to see
    any level at all from my microphone.
    WorcsMarkH, Oct 10, 2006
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