hehe, got the same bug here with the recording devices and Audigy on build
by the way, you only should setup your speaker config in the audio console
and not in the Vista audio setup. This would kill multi-speaker playing when
playing stereo in say Media Player. This is a known bug reported on the
"Brian P Fielding" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> On installing Vista (x64 and x86) no sound drivers were installed for my
> Audigy 2 ZS card.
> I installed Creative's version 2.10.0000 drivers successfully (I had to
> F8 - "Disable driver signature verification" to install on x64).
> Using Creative's Audio Console I set up the 5.1. speakers; I then set up
> the 5.1 speakers through Vista's Audio Setup.
> The 5.1 sound system is working fine on both except that for the same
> settings x64 is much quieter than x84.
> Problem (both x64 and x86):
> If you click on "Recording Devices" the Vista Volume Control on Systray
> click the "recording tab" on sound in Control panel fails with error:
> "Windows host process (Rundll32) has stopped working"
> Any Ideas