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Re: Diamond Speedstar24 Bios versions

Interestingly still no difference between the two BIOS versions. Scitech Display Doctor (6.53 DOS version) reports 7 modes before and 7 after, but after running the Speedstar24X's own VESA TSR I get 3 new 15 bit modes (without the tsr 8 bit modes are the highest available). These new modes work …

Re: Diamond Speedstar24 Bios versions

I have made a few tests. Motherboard: GA-586ATS, CPU: P1 133MHz, RAM: 16M EDO; Video card: Diamond Speedstar 24X with WDC chipset and 1Mbyte video memory, 0WS jumper installed, 16 bit BIOS jumper installed. Test programs: the DOSBENCH collection and VIDSPEED. Long story short: I did not find any …

Re: Anyone know how to get Silpheed to stop using the Beeper speaker?

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Extending what thepirategamerboy12 posted above, there is indeed Silpheed v3.2 that was released by Sierra in 1990 as "enhanced version" for PS/1 systems Myloch uploaded somewhere this version and NewRisingSun created patches/drivers so you could have SB digitized sound among other improvements as …

Re: Diamond Speedstar24 Bios versions

My card looks the same, only without the original EEPROMs. Now I have success with 2.02 with just 1 BIOS IC in 8-bit mode (it did not start with an EEPROM in the other socket and that was all I had now), thanks for the link! I will save your version also for archiving and maybe testing for …

Re: Orpheus II soundcard thread

@dank0 what you propose is way to complex to create , certainly out of our interests atm @matze79 the reason the card is long is because space was needed for both a full-length wt board and simm socket cost and availability/reliability reasons for DRAM chips is what lead to the socket and not …

Re: Diamond Speedstar24 Bios versions

I have a Speedstar 24X REV A5 with the WDC chip and no BIOS ICs (I have a programmer and EPROMs). Can somebody dump me the BIOSes for this card? I could not find it anywhere yet. Google photo search shows cards with BIOS version 1.04, so it may be a complete different branch than those I found here …

Re: Orpheus II soundcard thread

I understand all this , I just became interested in all this , I ask here , I ask on YouTube , etc . , it 's better to eat , but it became interesting to deal with old hardware , I would prefer to know more information , the more the better , from recording , to operational tagging and drivers , …

Re: Orpheus II soundcard thread

I thought recording your own samples for trackers was fairly common and since these cards expose the mic and line inputs for use, they'll be usable for whatever one's heart may desire inside their limited scopes. At least you can do the recording on the same computer you use for tracker composing …

Re: Orpheus II soundcard thread

I'm not spamming, I'm asking questions, the same question for two different topics, what's unclear? Forum for old maps, here I write... technical questions have become interesting (for example, recording, or others) if you don't know the answers, then just don't answer(translated from google) If …

Re: Orpheus II soundcard thread

this is a prototype , it only serves as an indication of how the card will look like more or less and that it exists things will change and move around a little , don't fixate on a chip LOL LOL LOL the rom on the final cards that people will get to buy eventually will be the original interwave mask …

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