I uploaded a collection of 64-bit encoding codecs for use with 64-bit VirtualDub ... they all work with XP x64 (just right click the INF and select Install) and Vista x64 (for Xvid on Vista, run vista-install.bat).
Oracle, MySQL, and Microsoft SQL Server have 64-bit versions available. WinPCap also has a 64-bit library for packet capturing as does Daemon-Tools virtual drive software and its SCSI Passthrough driver. Oh, Star-Force has 64-bit drivers too but it's more of a rootkit than anything.
Internet Explorer 6 had a 32-bit and 64-bit executable. Internet Explorer 7 does too...
32-bit: C:\Program Files (x86)\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe
64-bit: C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe
________________________ If I remember what I forgot, I have not forgotten it.
I use to have the Dell OEM edition of the SB Live! 5.1, and it had a lower end processor in it than the normal retail SB Live cards. So anyone who has that card or the 24-bit version, won't have much luck.
Did it have a CA-* chip? If it did, it's most likely part of the Live 24-bit/Audigy SE line with software processing.
No it uses the EMU10K1X instead of the EMU10K1 chip. It does not support EAX or any sort of hardware acceleration. It doesn't work with any of Creative's drivers and you gotta use the drivers from Dell. Some 3rd party drivers make it work in Vista, but it crackles. I assume the differences in the chip between the Dell OEM and the Creative retail versions are the reason for the audio crackles.