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Its a really minor thing and any DOS machine will be fine with a trio but I had an extra Virge on hand and decided what the heck. Email Required, but never shown. I noticed one of the IRQ ports was taken up by the printer port, can I disbale that somehow if I’m not using a printer?

I’m also not sure about all the IRQ and Port settings, it’s been waaaay too long since I’ve dealt with that stuff.

The general midi standard of the time was set by Roland but I actually prefer the Yamaha general midi sound for certain games and some even specifically support it Extreme Assault. Hmmm, try the following: I can tell Windows to install specific hardware pick from the listbut then it wants me to insert the Sound Blaster driver disk which I don’t own. Arena, a huge mem hog.

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The Diagnose app seems to detect the card which is goodbut when I go to save the changes it asks for the directory of my doe SB16 DRV which don’t exist and I can’t save. I added a 8. For example it will allow you to chose from many more resolution options in a game like Quake though if you can actually run the higher resolution modes at a decent frame rate is another matter.

There is no material that is knowingly illegal here. Where are the Windows 98 specific drivers? Do I have to have a dual boot running DOS 6. From my memory of using Soundblasters odd years ago, the drivers changed with every new card release – almost zwe32, and that no two cards were the same.

SOUND BLASTER AWE32 by Creative Technology/Labs

For my sound card setup I went through several options before settling. This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA. Random mutterings on retro computing, old technology, some new, plus radio controlled scale modelling. You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post. Has your standard power button, reset button and sleep mode button. Follow Blog via Email Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.


The degree of the bug varies from card to card but basically it created hanging or stuck notes when used in conjunction with a midi device either external via the midi port or internal via the waveblaster header.

Will the drivers in any aw3e2 those files that were posted work for this? Perhaps it needs to be run last? Rather then dealing with installing two cards though I decided I can handle the occasional issue with the AWE EXE would throw an error when trying to scan for the MIDI address, 0x which is what’s configured and the other option 0x?

They must exist right?

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I did attempt to use a clone card pictured below. I’m wondering if the two cards aren’t interfering with each other? This site uses cookies. Sign up using Email and Password.

Board index All times are UTC. It also doesn’t solve my missing DOS driver issue. For non-PnP cards, you’ll need these files: