I gave that away to my friend who still has it. The volume dial is a little warped. SAAP chips on the way I forgot how much I paid, but it was a hefty amount of money. So how much I paid for it? It was one of those gimmicks that were very cool back in the 90s.
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All these retail sets inspired me to dig out some creaitve gizmo I’ve stumbled upon – something called the “Video Blaster”! I wanted to find out what it was and I felt entitled to it since I paid more for a card they said it was something I was supposed to have! Where’s the Modem Blaster?
That adapter was a piece of shit! Reset Post Submit Post. Where’s the 3DO Blaster? It just made things sound a little better with those crappy computer speakers. I gave that away to my friend who still has it.
Creative Labs CT driver – Creative Labs Video Drivers –
Last edited by elianda on It was the older printing, which had the plain white cover for “HSC InterActive” with a very plain white label for the floppy.
PM me for more details. As you can see, it came with the CTA-S mixer chip, which is what makes this particular card a rarity because the majority of these cards had the original, but noisier CTA chip.
If you’re asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem. Poster rated this answer 0 Votes. There must be thousands of different models.
I think it was about 8 months before I got this! I saw it on ebay ages ago, but I think it was missing the card or was too expensive for me to care. Keep up the good work. There was a time, where it was not about 3D cards speeds, but also V. What a lie Creative made regarding voice recognition in their SB16 manual. The volume dial is a little warped.
What is the OS. The 2nd disk just added TextAssist and Mosaic, all run by the same installer not separate like you’d find in a SB16 package. I don’t think crextive sold much of any of those kits, making it even more rare than the Sound Crfative Easy 16, which was an external multimedia creatife.
Any of you who have this, will know what I am talking about. Yup, instead of Cakewalk, I got games.
Creative S3 Savage4 Pro (CT6850) 32MB AGP 1x/2x Graphics adapter
It took many months of fighting and countless phone calls to Creative Labs to finally get them to mail it.
A family friend got this for me. FAST, Rockwell chipsets and phone bills were important.