Originally Posted by Zex
Probably from the,
folder. From having a quick look at the manual I think I can understand why Vista is installing C-Media drivers though,
Also not sure what drivers you are trying to install unless they are the XP ones, which in all likelihood won't work anyway. Something else I noticed on the download page for your headset,
Windows VistaFor this product, no special Trust driver is needed. This is because either the product does not need a driver in order to function properly, or the default driver from your operating system should be used. If available, check the manual of your product for further instructions.
Now with saying all that if you know which C-Media chip is in it, USB Audio | C-Media Electronics
it is possible that you could get the drivers from C-Media. All C-Media products use C-Media reference drivers, only difference is that they are modified by the end manufacturer; custom applications, their own name showing in the control panel, etc. There is only one small problem with that at the moment though,
Drivers | C-Media Electronics
Due to the expiration of Sensaura license, the driver download site will be temporarily suspended. We will reopen the download site when the new driver is available.
which comes back to knowing which chip is in it, and then you may be able to find a suitable x64 driver elsewhere until such a time as C-Media puts them back up on their site.
Edit: Just had a look at the XP driver available from Trust and it looks like your headset uses the either the CM106 or CM108 chip in it (the INF lists both). As I said products using C-Media chips in them all use the same reference drivers, so using what I found in the INF I found this thread, Gigaware Headset Skype-Compliant XP/Vista Drivers - Skype Community
I then downloaded and had a look at the x64 driver posted there and it lists one of the two DevID's found in the Trust driver,
you should be able to find the DevID of yours in Device Manager, and that driver should work for you. The pckage also contains the C-Media apps for controlling the headset but whether they are the generic C-Media ones or altered by Tritton (just added their name to them), that I can't tell you.
If your headset doesn't have the above DevID you amy still be able to install the drivers by manually adding the other DevID from the Trust drivers,
in the "[C-Media.NTamd64]" section (may also want to add it to the "[C-Media]" section as well, minus the X64 part), with a slight change so that it looks like this,
if all goes well the driver should install as well as the apps. If it does install about the only thing that should happen is to get the red warning box about the drivers not being tested (WHQL, not the same as unsigned), reason being is that any changes to the INF breaks the WHQL certificate.