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IRQ 5 is required by the legacy device. 2. If so, where did > > you see them? > > > > > > Thanks, > > Steve > > > > -- Mike Walsh West Palm Beach, Florida, U.S.A. VDMSound is abandoned because of some modern Windows incompatibility, so it no longer works there (Vista, 7) from what I've heard. It might still work btw. get redirected here

It doesn't work with my CMI8738-based PCI sound card in DOS, which works as SB-compatible on an older machine. There is only an ISA SB16. DOS Drivers by swaaye » 2009-10-04 @ 20:55 The CD has some fun extras btw. -Lava music player with animated 3D "lava" stuff -SBLive Experience demo and showcase -EAX Demo -Creative There are a few historical sites on the net offering them up.

Sound Blaster 16 Driver Windows 98

Do you have a link to the thread? Dont do this... Thanks to you both!

RayeR CZ, 07.12.2010, 15:16 @ yuhongbao Sound card for MS-Dos 6.xxPost reply > Well, did you read what I said carefully, particularly on the difference > between *PCI*-to-ISA bridge and I ran msconfig and disabled that line. my old SBLive! 5.1 works fine with DOS (Sound Blaster 16 Emulation Driver on the installation CD)... Sb Live Dos Driver Our musicians were fairly good hence why most of our releases were music releases not demos.

I also had to lower the mouse sensitivity from 5 to 3 in the Stonekeep control file. Sound Blaster 16 Driver Dos The name of the program is SBEINIT or something like that. First, when I try to install the drivers, it says I don't have enough disk space on destination drive and that I need to free some space before continuing or cancel Value/PCI 512/5.1 Sept 2001 WDM 4.44 MiB 2014-09-09 19:04:29 Creative Labs Sound Blaster MCV (CT5320-B) Installation Disks 1.34 MiB 2011-12-02 06:36:37 Creative Labs Sound Blaster Patch for Sierra Games 8.81 KiB

If I understand well EFI can support some kind of BIOS emulation but it is optional feature which means that most of MOBO manufacturers suplying for common Win7 (&successors) users will Sound Blaster 16 Awe For Dos Windows 3.1 Drivers DOS Drivers Discussion about old sound cards, MIDI devices and sound related accessories. I couldn't get it to workPlease try the Pure Dos emulation drivers with a manual install, they are attached. After that, you can post your question and our members will help you out.

Sound Blaster 16 Driver Dos

It apparently needs drivers for Adlib sound (e.g. Yes we would need comething with true SB16 (maybe + GUS :) and SVGA with VBE 2.0. Sound Blaster 16 Driver Windows 98 BTW see this nice project http://www.open-pandora.org. Sound Blaster 16 Driver Windows Xp Read this > http://www.intel.com/design/intarch/papers/318244.pdf > I still have lying this piece of crap > http://rayer.ic.cz/hardware/commp4la.htm > at home without use for which I spent a lot of money but against all

As cm said, when native drivers are used it will work of course. http://advianetwork.com/sound-blaster/sound-blaster-audigy-2-windows-10.html Register Privacy Policy Terms and Rules Help Popular Sections Tech Support Forums Articles Archives Connect With Us Twitter Log-in Register Contact Us

Hardware | Linux | Windows | SBINIT.COM strikes back! I'm now even considering getting a SB16 PCI but then I'll lose EAX... Sb16 Dos Drivers

Thank ya'll for all the useful information though :) Rugxulo Usono, 09.09.2010, 21:27 @ kithylin Sound card for MS-Dos 6.xxPost reply > I think my best bet is just going Doesn't detect 5.1 edition Live! I do have an AWE64 on my old P166, and it's ISA PnP, I guess. http://advianetwork.com/sound-blaster/sound-blaster-extigy-windows-10.html ate.7z.002 This will only install on the original SBLive!

I don't know, modern cpus are a mess. Sound Blaster 16 Pci Driver Windows 7 Laaca Czech republic, 27.10.2010, 11:23 @ RayeR Sound card for MS-Dos 6.xxPost reply It is stil worth to try some mobo for AMD processors.---DOS-u-akbar! Read this http://www.intel.com/design/intarch/papers/318244.pdf I still have lying this piece of crap http://rayer.ic.cz/hardware/commp4la.htm at home without use for which I spent a lot of money but against all effort I was not

Haven't needed these type of boards - yet. > Just need to be on right place at right time :) :) RayeR CZ, 13.09.2010, 15:52 @ Arjay Sound card for

If so, where did you see them? And It may require BIOS patching if SMI handler is locked after boot...---DOS gives me freedom to unlimited HW access. RayeR CZ, 27.10.2010, 02:46 @ yuhongbao Sound card for MS-Dos 6.xxPost reply > Or try a mobo with *LPC*-to-ISA bridge, because the southbridge do support > ISA DMA via the Sound Blaster Awe64 Drivers Their ISA bridge doesn't support ISA DMA properly, as has been explained before.

if admittedly less than ideal in some ways (ahem, DOS386). but my new Audigy 2 ZS has no DOS-Drivers. You can of course use other PCI cards, some drivers are here: http://vsynchmame.mameworld.info/ And some other informations you can read here: http://www.unet.univie.ac.at/~a0503736/php/drdoswiki/index.php?n=Main.SoundCardChip---DOS-u-akbar! this page RayeR CZ, 09.09.2010, 22:47 @ Arjay Sound card for MS-Dos 6.xxPost reply > had zero issues with them under DOS including a demo that the demogroup > that I was

But if there was available such MOBO with LPC2ISA, I would already bough it and test it. See http://www.japheth.de/Download/DOS/ and look for something with SB*---MS-DOS forever! guess i'll have to look around for an ISA powered motherboard some time, the few i found on ebay were like $30 each, ouch... Also the two videos in which Starcraft and Thief: The Dark project were shown and advertised "as EAX capable" (which they weren't and are not) ?

Sad reality :( > However, somebody could (in theory) make a 486 clone (hopefully smaller and > energy efficient, maybe even handheld a la PoqetPC) since 1989 -> 2010 > means Finally this weekend I fired it up. You need a real hardware soundcard for DOS, which means no LS, SE etc... Your sound blaster PCI card should not use the same IRQ as your video card. 3.

If you want true SB16 support you would need to boot from a startup disk and use the DOS SB16 emulation drivers.