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BTW: I did get a response back from him, credits will be added when he gets a chance. Khusraw Bucharest, Romania, 25.04.2009, 15:45 @ Laaca AC97 sound driver for DOSPost reply > Good news for everyone! > Georg Pothaust (author of DOSUSB) started to work on an universal AC97 WDM Drivers for Windows 98 13.35 MiB 2014-09-09 18:48:44 Creative Labs SBOS Sound Blaster(tm) Emulation for UltraSound MAX v0.21 1010.59 KiB 2011-12-21 18:25:27 Gravis SoftMPU v1.9 Software MPU-401 Emulator 51.15 KiB 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 check my blog

Click below. Such a method must be supported by both soundcard and motherboard for the method to work. There are some good PIII era motherboards that has ISA slots and should handle any DOS game made. -Robert valnar Oldbie Posts: 636Joined: 2002-7-17 @ 13:50 Top Reply with quote Do you intend to release it ?

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It will not help to existing programs requiring SoundBlaster. http://www.vogonsdrivers.com/lofi/ VOGONS Vintage Driver Library This is a collection of drivers for vintage hardware, as collected and contributed by the upstanding members of the VOGONS Forums. Some of these include Ultima Underworld 1&2, and the 3DFX DOS only games like Whiplash, Archemedian Dynasty, Redguard, etc...and of course Carmageddon I don't currently have any ISA sound cards, or

If we have nothing better to do we can continue to write SB code, run it in emulator/VM and be happy. I would rather update allegro or midas library to support new cars if someone needs...---DOS gives me freedom to unlimited HW access. Both DOSUSB and DOSSOUND are free for personal use, OTOH next version of DOSUSB possibly won't, because the author is frustrated too: about companies using DOSUSB but not paying an "unknown Virtual Sound Blaster You can use the command "LH AU30DOS.COM" to load the emulator, in this case it only takes 1k of your base memory.

http://www.majorgeeks.com/download4181.html Use it to find the model of your motherboard,then check the manufacturer website for drivers. Ms-dos Sound Blaster Driver SET BLASTER=A220 I5 D1 H5 P330 E620 T6 In the above line this is specifying the sound card settings. All rights reserved. should i care that he's charging money.

No > drivers required, full source (ASM) provided. Dos Generic Sound Blaster Driver This moves me closer to my objective. I brewed a FASM example, still, his approach is not very professional.---This is a LOGITECH mouse driver, but some software expect here the following string:*** This is Copyright 1983 Microsoft *** Install (VXD 4.12.01.0905 + WDM) CD 495.75 MiB 2014-01-05 22:25:56 Creative Labs Sound Blaster Live!

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Thanks! Even worse, the new DOSferatu wrote also a ENS 1371/1373 player (I'll test later) :
PHENS.ZIP "30122-30122.zip" 26'435
EA344D009B2ECB670338A639E6A3458A

"http://www.programmersheaven.com/download/30122/download.aspx"

File Name: Ac97 Dos Sound Driver A few of the others that I have tried, such as an Aureal Vortex2, simply use too much memory for many games to be able to run. Dos Sound Blaster Emulator DOS386 19.12.2009, 04:10 @ DOSferatu AC97 sound driver for DOSPost reply > Let me dig out the code and make some updates to catch up on the newest ICHes, and then

I'm not participating in the "get most posts irrespective usefulness" challenge > EDIT: See also RBIL, int 66h. http://ionicbalance.net/sound-blaster/dos-drivers-sound.html Intel i7 5960XGigabye GA-X99-Gaming 58 GB DDR4 (2100)8 GB GeForce GTX 1070 G1 Gaming (Gigabyte) eL_PuSHeR Moderator Posts: 6433Joined: 2003-6-20 @ 16:39 Top Reply with quote Re: Recommend a PCI IMO the old DIGPAK API, even relatively poor and obsolete, is nevertheless still the best. It is one of the few to have a functional wavetable daughterboard header in DOS. Sound Blaster 16 Driver Dos

CuteMouse at SourceForge Logitech also provides a DOS mouse driver which can be used with most pointing devices available, although it doesn't support USB devices. C:\SDD\UNIVBE ) in your autoexec.bat file. leroys1000, Jan 10, 2008 #4 goosey Thread Starter Joined: Jan 9, 2008 Messages: 9 thanks for the quick reply ive looked everywhere too i have 100 machines to sort out so news BTW, there is a silent update, the original version had a "Does-not-work-at-all-BUG" ---This is a LOGITECH mouse driver, but some software expect here the following string:*** This is Copyright 1983 Microsoft

here I thought that DOSferatu was a clever alias that no one else was using, plus it fit me well (i'm an old goth, and have been a DOS user for Sound Blaster Live Dos Drivers Is there anything you can recommend? Thanks!

DOS386 13.12.2009, 09:56 @ rr AC97 sound driver for DOSPost reply rr wrote: > Nope.

Install (VXD 4.12.01.0905 + WDM) Retail CD 314.93 MiB 2015-06-14 19:44:41 Creative Labs Sound Blaster Live! crash. Tried to invoke his "driver" while performing other file I/O ? Yamaha Ymf724 I happended to mess around with PCI cards for no particular reason.

lock the computer often in DOS mode). IO trapping using PMODE IO permission ? For me something similar would have been the cleanest approach for accessing sound cards in DOS. More about the author Newbie Posts: 97Joined: 2004-6-04 @ 10:49 Top Reply with quote Re: Recommend a PCI Sound Card for DOS by eL_PuSHeR » 2008-5-24 @ 10:19 I have got an Athlon 800Mhz

DDMA (Distributed DMA): Ensoniq AudioPCI was the first with a pure-dos DDMA emulation. EMU10k1 vs. I'll still keep my eye out for a faster system with ISA along with an ISA Sound Blaster. Certainly not enough to buy a yacht.

and Sound Blaster Audigy PCI cards. We'll see how it goes from there.