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Re: Sound Blaster 16 Clones

Got my ALS007 today. It's a model with a seperate line out and speaker out and has a crystal in place (seen a lot of them without crystals). Soundwise it's clear and it has a punch. It's SB16 compatibility is hit and miss though. Jazz Jackrabbit works with SB16 but stereo is reversed. In Duke Nukem …

Re: Can two PCI sound cards work together?

-Just plug in both cards -Install Windows drivers for the Live, disable the Solo in device manager. -Get Dos drivers for the Solo-1, I haven't used this card myself, if the Dos driver is just an executable you can run, run it after booting into Dos instead of it putting it in autoexec.bat to …

Re: DOS drivers, .sys vs executable

in DOS
Thanks for the info thus far, I guess I can conclude that in many cases developers just chose to go with an executable file as that's easier for users.

Re: USB front panel use

Oetker. No need for any heatshrink, unless it's one of those 10 pin connectors with the 10th pin sealed completely shut. Just carefully take out the pins that are in the wrong place, and shove'm into the right place of the connector. MrBooble, yes, you just lift up the tab that holds the metal part …

Re: Roland MT32 - Direct Connection to Serial / COM1 SoftMPU

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Does anyone know why it's working with some games and doesn't work with others? Tried SoftMPU with IBM Thinkpad 360CE with HOSA DBK-103 cable and output to SC-55K via COM port. Sound is working with: - Dosmid player - Lost Vikings - HOMM 2 - Tetris Classic Does NOT work with: - DOOM 1/2 - Heretic - …

Re: Roland MT32 - Direct Connection to Serial / COM1 SoftMPU

in SoftMPU
Does anyone know why it's working with some games and doesn't work with others? Tried SoftMPU with IBM Thinkpad 360CE with HOSA DBK-103 cable and output to SC-55K via COM port. Sound is working with: - Dosmid player - Lost Vikings - HOMM 2 - Tetris Classic Does NOT work with: - DOOM 1/2 - Heretic - …

DOS drivers, .sys vs executable

in DOS
Why is it that some DOS drivers are .sys files that need a device= line in config.sys, while others are .exe or .com files? I can see that .sys files have to adhere to a specific interface, is that too limited in some cases? For example, every mouse driver I've seen was a .com file, sound card …

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