creative ct2502 sdq

November 24, 2011 at 17:07:36
Specs: Windows 98se
What does the sdq mean? Anyone have any description of this model? or manual

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November 24, 2011 at 19:25:10
Is that a chip on a ct2980 sound card:

If so, the sdq probably has something to do with the time or location of manufacture or versoin of the ct2502 chip.

Looks like it's a vibra16 chipset so those drivers should work. You may be able to find additional info on creative's site.

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November 24, 2011 at 20:03:43
The CT2502 is the model of a ISA 16 bit creative sound card. The SDQ may have something to do with the chip set, this is what I'm trying to find out. There web site doesn't recognize that model?|. Thanks any way.

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November 24, 2011 at 23:28:04
I found a picture of one on ebay:

The ct2502-sdq is on the chip. The card model number is in the corner of the card. I can't quite make it out in that picture but it looks to be ct-2940 or ct-2040. Yours may be different as creative uses the same chipset for different models.

As you can see there's a lot of other stuff written on that chip that makes no sense to anyone but the manufacturer and card assembler. Usually when someone gets a PC card they just want drivers for it. For that you look first at the card model number. If that doesn't pan out then you can google the chipset, ct2502. The sdq might--but probably doesn't--affect what drivers you'd use.

It's often hard to find info on cards on creative's site. Some are because they're OEM and creative doesn't support them. Others, well I don't know, I think maybe they just want to make it difficult. But if you find any info for that card on their site it won't be under 'ct2502-sdq'. It'll be under whatever the ct number is in the corner of the card.

But if the link in my # 1 is correct then it uses vibra 16 drivers.

If you still want to know exactly what the 'sdq' means you'd have to locate a spec sheet for that chip.

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November 24, 2011 at 23:38:35
There's a link to the drivers on that ebay page. Looks like you have to register first. If it's all free then you might want to give that a try.

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