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Wednesday, April 12, 2006
X-Fi Mode Changer
Don't you hate it when you start Oblivion, load your savegame and the second you make the first step you notice that you forgot to change your X-Fi to Game Mode? Creative's developers still didn't figure out a way to make the process of mode changing work automatically, but there is hope after all. No, I am not talking about the promised driver update.
Spectra9 gives you the first public release of the X-Fi Mode Changer. What you will gain is the possibility to change modes using command line arguments, a systray menu or you can setup certain applications to run in given modes.
The X-Fi Mode Changer can be downloaded from Spectra9's homepage. Remember to read the included readme.txt file for installation information and requirements.