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First post, by ancalimonungol

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I'm having a problem installing the driver. I've put the rom into the folder too. But when I try to install the driver windows says system cannot find the file specified. Any tips?

Reply 7 of 14, by Kippesoep

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The missing data is all the files. mt32emu.dll, MT32_PCM.ROM and MT32_CONTROL.ROM. (You can tell by reading C:\Windows\Inf\setupapi.dev.log )

Vista is attempting to convert the INF file to a newer format before the install, which it does just fine, but it places it in a different folder and can no longer find any of the files it's actually supposed to install.

Replacing the oemsetup.inf file that comes with the package with a newer version will allow the driver to install.

To be able to install, replace the oemsetup.inf file with the one attached to this message.

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Reply 9 of 14, by Dominus

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In the meantime, I managed to get a CVS mt32/munt build running. Would that have the same sound quality as installing the munt emulator?

What's the difference? CVS of munt is just the most up to date code for the emulator... Or do you mean you have a CVS of Dosbox with munt integrated running?

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Reply 10 of 14, by ih8registrations

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MT-32 emulation is cpu intensive and dosbox isn't threaded, so using munt is better for multi-core/cpu since it will take advantage of more than one core/cpu from being a separate process.

Reply 12 of 14, by plutonick

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Ok, I can confirm that munt installation is way better instead of dosbox munt mt-32 cvs builds.

For instance in Rise of the dragon
Munt emulation instalation = I could hear both music and various sounds [such as clicking on the computer]
Dosbox cvs munt enabled = I could only hear the music. Also, the game seemed a bit slower but it could have been my idea.