View Full Version : SoundBlaster Live!News update a pain

3rd January 1997, 16:51
The SoundBlaster Live!News update always shows up in my taskbar, I have looked for it in MSconfig and the regedit, but I can't find it....anyone know how to disable it?

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15th May 2000, 12:31

Why did you install it in the first place?

15th May 2000, 14:25

I know that's a pain. There is an option in the creative launcher options to disable it, but I forget where. It's called just "disable updates"... which is a bit misleading. Since I don't have Win9x I can't say exactly where it is. If you can't find it go to the creative newsgroups, it's all over there.

- Gurm

Listen up, you primitive screwheads! See this? This is my BOOMSTICK! Etc. etc.

15th May 2000, 16:25
I installed because it is needed to make my sound card work with environmental fx.

16th May 2000, 05:37
If you are using Win98/SE/2000 then you can go to Start -> Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools -> System Information. This will open the Sysem Information program. In the program select Tools -> System Configuration Utility (or something like that, I am at work so I am guessing here).

This program will allow you to modify ALL of your sart up applications, including Startup folder apps, reg startup apps, win.ini and all the rest. The update notification thingy will be in there somewhere, just disable it and reboot.


Athlon 650, Biostar board, 128 MB PC133 (Crucial), G400 32 MB DH, SB Live! w/ Digital I/O, 10/100 NIC, lots of case fans, etc...

16th May 2000, 19:11
Actually Jammrock, no. It's part of the Liveware!, which unfortunately needs to be running. GRR.

But it can be disabled.

I said how up above.

- Gurm

Listen up, you primitive screwheads! See this? This is my BOOMSTICK! Etc. etc.

17th May 2000, 05:58
It's pretty well hidden.
Look at the icon I selected for this message. There's a similar one on the Live! Taskbar (or whatever it was called).
Click on the little arrow to its right..