Creative Labs Drivers Ct7240
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Driver Detective makes this hassle free and simple! Since it's designed to do VGA input, passed to output, of which it has more than one.. I don't think you can use it for input, at least not easily. This routine maintenance will keep your computer running smoothly and error free. http://www.driverguide.com/driver/detail.php?driverid=123691
File Contents: Length Date Time Name -------- ---- ---- ---- 798132 03-22-00 17:15 DRIVERS/WINNT40/NT40DRV.EXE 1065 06-08-99 02:01 DRIVERS/WIN9X/CTENC2.INF 11494 01-24-00 02:13 DRIVERS/WIN9X/CTENC2.VXD 268687 01-24-00 02:13 DRIVERS/WIN9X/ENC2DEV.VXD 590 03-15-00 15:33 Appl/LAYOUT.BIN 46006 For A Detailed Tour of Driver Detective CLICK HERE! All content Copyright 2008 pcdriverupdate.com © Home | Privacy | Contact | Resources | Sitemap Seems hilarious now, but I suppose it makes sense.
Googling CT7240 revealed precious little mention beyond others trying to figure out what it was or where they could get drivers for it. RFunny that you can't find the drivers. Could you actually receive any feed/image using the CT7240? Remember, having updated drivers on your system delivers you the most functionality out of all of your devices.
You have to download & compile the dxr3 stuff separately as it is not a part of the mainstream kernel. Now the card (with correct dongle) sits in a box somewhere. Step 2 - Install Driver Detective Follow the steps through the installer to install on your system. http://www.driverguide.com/driver/detail.php?driverid=82247 Resident Self-Proclaimed 486 and Pentium-class Machine Expert More commonly known as "Yushatak" www.yushatak.com Reply With Quote April 4th, 2011,01:27 AM #2 McGuywer View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog
The official Creative Labs driver tool takes care of this for you. More about the author All rights reserved. There's one caveat, though, and that's that the VGA input has that odd pinout DIN connector. You might want to take a look at the linux dxr3 driver page there is plenty of information there.
At this point you might think it's a video accelerator of some kind, like the early Voodoos with a passthrough? http://nndesk.com/creative-labs/creative-labs-ct7240-driver-download.html You could prop ably fit all of 3com's driver packages into less than 100MB and I doubt its like they are being dl 24x7. If searching for Linux drivers, use that term, and if Windows, call it a "Hollywood Plus". Reply With Quote April 4th, 2011,09:44 PM #6 McGuywer View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles Junior Member Join Date Apr 2011 Posts 2 Originally Posted
Select "Run or Save" to download and install Driver Detective. RFunny that you can't find the drivers. I found a page (http://www.resellerratings.com/forum...ack-cable.html) that has the pinout, which it turns out is available in some versions of the drivers' readme file. check over here I last used the linux driver about three years ago so it should not be too difficult to port it to a more recent kernel.
The card was strictly a VGA overlay board (like old skool ISA TV tuner cards), it will only output decoded DVD video on the composite and S-Video ports. I translated it away from the ASCII art that hasn't kept well over time: Code: Creative CT7240 (PC-DVD Encore DXR3) VGA Input Pinout 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.3 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc.
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Reply With Quote April 5th, 2011,07:14 PM #10 njroadfan View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles Senior Member Join Date Jan 2011 Posts 1,254 I actually There are many variations of Creative Labs video cards and downloading the wrong driver could cause further errors to your system and possibly damage your hardware. Do not copy or redistribute in any form 14 Jun 2017 Home Companies Scan Search Creative Labs Video Drivers Download Creative Labs Video Drivers - 392 drivers found Filter: Show All Note: Windows only.
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