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E-mu 1820 breakout box replacement pci card

post #1 of 5
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This might be in the wrong form but i got a e-mu 1820 breakout box on craigslist. I didn't know I had to install a pci card to get it to work. The guy said it will work with any Ethernet port on my computer but I guess he was wrong. I also cant get windows 7 drivers because support was dropped with windows xp. So my question is will the breakout box work with a different Sound card with Ethernet port or does it have to be made for the breakout box. Thanks in advanced.

post #2 of 5

I think you need the 1010pci card, which basically is the digital board of the emu1212M,

of course it cannot work with other cards,

How much did you spend for it? Is it a 1820 or 1820M,

 

http://ixbtlabs.com/articles2/creative-emu-1820/

post #3 of 5
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It is the 1820. It came with some maudio monitors, noise cancling headphones and all required cords for $60. The guy didn't include the pci card. Can I even buy the 1010 anywhere because it was out of stock on the emu website. And I thought I saw somewere it doesn't support windows 7 drivers. So there's no one that makes a compatible pci card?
post #4 of 5

You should search on ebay for a 1212M, which is the 1010 digital card + the 0202 analog  board, (not easy to find them though, )

windows 7 is fully supported, just search their site, I`m still using an EMU1212M, with windows 7 x64, and I haven`t found a better card for the price or even more,

post #5 of 5
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Ok thanks for the insight
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