Legacy audio driver: which sound cards can support?

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by Andrea.Treggia, Apr 3, 2008.

  1. I have a Windows Server 2003 SBS Standard with Windows Audio service activated.
    I must install a PCI audio card on this server.
    I have read that Creative Sound Blaster is not supported but that someone
    has installed succesfully the Windows XP drivers.
    I don't like very much this strategy and I prefere the use of the native
    drivers.

    Which sound cards are supported from Legacy audio driver of Windows 2003
    server?

    Thanks for your replies.
     
    Andrea.Treggia, Apr 3, 2008
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  2. Why would you need a sound card in a server???

    Tami
     
    Tami Farrelly, Apr 3, 2008
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  3. This is not the question: I have writted that I *must* install a sound card
    in the server.
    I must send vocal messages in hours when other PC are off.

    But the question is:
    Which sound cards are supported from Legacy audio driver of Windows 2003
    server?
    Do you or some other people know the right reply?
     
    Andrea.Treggia, Apr 10, 2008
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  4. My suggestion would be to use a workstation to send voice messages...not a
    server.


    I am sure any sound card that works with XP will work in 2003....you can
    always check out the actual windows 2003 HCL

    http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/hcl/default.mspx

    not sure if sound cards are listed with a server OS





    Tami
     
    Tami Farrelly, Apr 12, 2008
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  5. I have already checked the HCL without success for W2003 server: this is why
    I post here!
    I also writed that I don't like the use of XP driver under 2003.

    My question is very very simple: which sound cards are supported from Legacy
    audio driver?
    Who know the reply to this question, only to this question, is welcome!
     
    Andrea.Treggia, Apr 14, 2008
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  6. I have already checked the HCL without success for W2003 server: this is why
    Without any useful reply, nor from "Tami Farrelly", I have found the
    solution by myself.

    From Creative, the model CT4790 is correctly installed from the standard
    driver of Windows 2003 Server SBS Standard.
    The Creative model CT4810 in *not* see.

    For any other detail: on http://www.treggia.it, click on "Scriveteci".
     
    Andrea.Treggia, May 14, 2008
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