It often required manual editing of configuration files autoexec. Xp, Win98, Dos 6. It was also possible to have it as a module, and specify the resources at module loading time Nowadays, the onboard audio is usually some variant of “Intel HD Audio” even if it’s not made by Intel and the fat assed driver just probes for the chips when it loads. The hardest part for me wasn’t configuring them in the autoexec. But Doom played great on it. It ran ok but couldn’t get audio or video drivers to work on the host Socket A machine.
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I still have a few customers that use Dos 6. Had a rummage, clearout and made an inventory of all my old computer shit today.
I had just gotten my first “real” computer in the early 90’s, a Packard Bell SX that came with Windows 3. All data submitted to the site becomes the property of BBF and subject to review for abuse and illegal content by the staff and owners.
These are the old soundcards I have: Maybe I should plough through my floppies, I may have relevant drivers in there but I feel that’s unlikely. I appreciated that you could do that, even though it was archaic. Originally Posted by camerseni.
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aztecu Believe it or Not. I used that card for years after, in an old Pentium running Linux that I had as a spare computer.
It ran ok but couldn’t get audio or video drivers to work on the host Socket A machine. I usually partition the Drive using 1 gig for Dos and the rest for XP.
Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. It was still around in some academic areas.
The words and opinions expressed in the forums are neither endorsed nor supported by the owners of Bitbender Forums. They did not distribute them freely, a CD came with the card and that was that. I collect really old working laptops for them. I kerfuffled around with it for a little bit, down memory lane, and came to the conclusion that oddly, Win 3.
They can of course select Dos or Xp at boot. Yep, I had to go through all that crap for that Windows 3. I think I threw it out, but I had a good old fashioned legacy SoundBlaster 16 card.
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I actually covered that here, several years asc338x But yes, as Mark says, drivers now hard to find. But Doom played great on it.
I do have a couple of old PCI soundblasters, I’ll have to check out the model numbers. They really aren’t “soundblasters” at all, but Ensoniq PCI sound llabs after Creative bought them out and applied the Soundblaster name to them You can have lines to emulate a soundblaster asx338a with the SB emulation driverwhen running in DOS Mode in Windows, but you won’t find legacy support for them. They use really old softwear that is ridiculously expensive to upgrade and needs a floppy drive.
It often required manual editing of configuration files autoexec. And disks for DOS 5. There were basically three values to worry about.
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It was just something I wanted to do. Bitbender Forums makes no guarantee to the validity of any of the statements issued herein. I didn’t know that, all I knew back then were ini and conf files.
This one person uses Court Reporting softwear that needs a hardware key plugged into one of the Com ports. This first attempt to move beyond the operating system’s DOS roots introduced many features we recognize in Windows today.
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