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should i care that he's charging money. And ver 4.6.x makes it crash/hang. Top DOS Games DiscussionA message board to talk about DOS games, get help, and find old games.Do NOT post warez or abandonware requests please FAQ Search Memberlist Usergroups Register Profile Log The financial side though is I feel a different point but I would suggest contact him politely first and see what he says. > c) should i request my code be check my blog

The original DOSferatu was from www.imperial-games.de, but he never logged in or wrote a single posting. RayeR CZ, 02.03.2012, 10:33 @ Laaca Judas in FreepascalPost reply > I tried to link Judas library with my Freepascal units. Cyberdyne Member Posts: 137Joined: 2011-9-18 @ 18:45Location: Estonia, Tallinn Top Reply with quote Re: Sound Blaster Emulator for Dos? Khusraw Bucharest, Romania, 28.04.2009, 10:27 (edited by Khusraw, 28.04.2009, 16:50) @ RayeR AC97 sound driver for DOSPost reply > Well but who needs it?

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georgpotthast Germany, 25.12.2011, 21:19 @ RayeR SOUND support in DOS | Piotr | HDAPost reply Yes, you can use codecs from different manufacturers but for the AC97 the programmer's interfaces also DOS386 26.04.2009, 02:15 @ Laaca AC97 sound driver for DOSPost reply > Georg Pothaust (author of DOSUSB) started to work on an universal AC97 driver for DOS. > Nice, but if I'm > flattered that someone is using my code in their own projects of course, > but not so much flattered if he's out cruising in a new yacht because of Was this page useful?

p?id=11947Three immediate options I see:1) Build a native DOS machine with ISA or compatible PCI sound capability2) See if any other virtual platforms deliver better performance3) Use a faster computer running You can talk yourself out of anything with reasoning like that. > I would rather update allegro or midas library to support new cars > if someone needs... I hear a click in the speakers during ICHINIT. Virtual Sound Blaster I am interested in the drivers to help complete a PC build.

With this version I can get past the identification stage, and I can get the player to display bar graphs whilst playing an XM file, but with no sound. for Dos? RayeR CZ, 28.04.2009, 09:13 @ Khusraw AC97 sound driver for DOSPost reply > A solid DOS oriented API for accessing sound cards still doesn't exist! > IMO the old DIGPAK API, Mr.

Below is a listing of each of the important settings and what they represent: A220 = The Input/Output Range I5 = Interrupt Request D1 = Direct Memory Access Note: The above Soundblaster Dos Drivers I could easily get sound going with an old ISA motherboard, but that is not my goal on this machine. Style borrowed from and copyright VOGONS 2002-2013.This site is not affiliated with vogons.org or zetafleet.com of old, it is a community project by VOGONS Forum members. ‏لاستخدام مجموعات Google، يرجى تمكين Back to top dr_stLord of GamingJoined: 23 Jun 2004Posts: 346Location: Absorbed into Clayface Posted: Thu Sep 02, 2004 1:00 am Post subject: kev wrote: Same problem, I have this intel

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RayeR CZ, 18.12.2011, 14:16 @ RayeR SOUND support in DOS | Piotr | HDAPost reply Oh yes, I idiot should do it at the beginning instead of messing with gcc version I can try on my HDA/ACL888. Ac97 Dos Sound Driver Imagining if it's possible to make somthing like this with already existing linux sound drivers (ALSA for DOS maybe?). Dos Sound Blaster Emulator This topic is interesting to me because I (back in 2002) wrote an AC97 .wav player for DOS.

Some issues for making SB emulation work with generic AC97 sound: The will be no sound card suppport for the trapping of SB I/O ports. A lot is just regressions (as GCC is quite complex and presumably hard to maintain for a billion targets while also being optimizing). by tikbalang » 2011-4-02 @ 10:26 there was "Virtual Sound Blaster" and "Tandy Emulator" by Andrew Zabolotny. WDM Drivers for Windows 98 13.35 MiB 2014-09-09 18:48:44 Creative Labs Sound Blaster 1.5 CT-1320C Driver Disks 1.62 MiB 2011-12-02 06:36:37 Creative Labs Sound Blaster 1.5 Disks 3.5in Version 747.72 KiB Ac97 Sound Blaster Emulation Dos

Indeed, sounds good, but even that attribute (IIRC) only works with GCC 4.4.0 on up. And MPXplay sources are free so you can grab the drivers from there (unfortunatelly WC/ASM instead of DJGPP). My website with reviews, demos, drivers, tutorials and more...My YouTube channel Mau1wurf1977 l33t++ Posts: 7652Joined: 2010-8-27 @ 04:15Location: Western Australia Website Top Reply with quote Re: Sound Blaster Emulator for news All trademarks mentioned are the property of their respective owners.

DOSSound provides a programming interface for application programs to enable these to use AC'97 audio controllers for audio output. Dos Generic Sound Blaster Driver Jump to content Hardware Hangout Neowin Existing user? by laxdragon » 2011-11-02 @ 18:04 You would be better served taking a minimal Linux install and running DOSbox on that.

Presumably it's just some silly bug (yeah, it happens).

It's just an ordinary crap! ) 7. It is pretty simple to configure Linux to boot straight into a fullscreen DOSbox session. Has anyone achieved this with examples? Freedos Sound Blaster Emulation I tracked the DJGPP compiler problem and found it got broken between GCC 4.0.1 and 4.1.2.

In the end, just a Sound Blaster or Pro emulator with built-in good slow down utility and a VESA compatible driver is all that I need in a modern system. RayeR CZ, 27.12.2011, 01:54 @ Dex SOUND support in DOS | Piotr | HDAPost reply > georgpotthast(R) is right, i found the same problem when coding AC97 > drivers for my On sound blasters or equivalent, I think some cards use the ES1371 chip. I got it to work on AOS but couldn't on MAME, got stuck :( At that time, he sent me an Alpha version with HDA support up to ICH10.

Hint: this forum is a good point to start the search > Legally, (although I'm no lawyer!) I would think he's in the clear since the original code was Public Domain, I was looking forward to a good AC97/HDA sound driver for DOS, because I don't want to switch versions and redo the customizations. I will let Piotr know about the forum. > I used DJGPP 2.03/GCC 2.95.3 to compile back then and had no problems. Microsoft* has chosen Intel HD Audio as the main architecture for their new Unified Audio Architecture* (UAA), which provides one driver that will support all Intel HD Audio controllers and codecs.

Other sites may be offended that there's a crazy guy on the loose! (No, this is NOT an (delayed) April Fool crap. by Dominus » 2011-11-02 @ 06:55 And? I can try the optimized gaming drivers that you pointed out as well. even HDA should have some IO base and irq) 3) I tried it to compile under DJGPP 2.04/GCC 4.6.2 and it spit a lot of warnings and compiled binaries didn't work

http://www.dex-os.com/dos2x/ac97cdplayer.zip If it works you should be able to come out and run any cd play. But in my heart I feel for you. But I guess once you isolate the function, you could snip it out into its own .c file and "gcc -O0" that separately.