VOGONS Driver Library

Discussion about old PC hardware.

Re: VOGONS Driver Library

Postby SquallStrife » 2019-5-14 @ 00:42

cyclone3d wrote:Trying to upload a manual for the STB Soundrage 32 sound card right now. I put it in a zip and tried to upload via the web interface - tried both Chrome and Edge and getting this same exact error on both:
vogonsdrivers_upload_error.PNG


Can you tell me the exact name of the file you are trying to upload? If multiple browsers are experiencing a problem, I have to guess it's something to do with the values being provided.

I just uploaded a test file through the web interface and it worked OK.
VogonsDrivers.com | Link | News Thread
[retro swim] | Link | Release Thread
Regular silliness on Twitch!! http://www.twitch.tv/RetroSwim (8PM Mon, Wed, Sat AEST)
User avatar
SquallStrife
l33t
 
Posts: 2853
Joined: 2010-2-06 @ 15:18
Location: Drowning in consoles

Re: VOGONS Driver Library

Postby cyclone3d » 2019-5-14 @ 01:29

SquallStrife wrote:
cyclone3d wrote:Trying to upload a manual for the STB Soundrage 32 sound card right now. I put it in a zip and tried to upload via the web interface - tried both Chrome and Edge and getting this same exact error on both:
vogonsdrivers_upload_error.PNG


Can you tell me the exact name of the file you are trying to upload? If multiple browsers are experiencing a problem, I have to guess it's something to do with the values being provided.

I just uploaded a test file through the web interface and it worked OK.


I tried:
"STB Soundrage 32 manual.zip"
"STB_Soundrage_32_manual.zip"

I just tried again and the same exact error message came up.
I thought maybe it was just the manual category so I tried putting it in the Gravis category but the same thing happened.

Also tried disabling my firewall - no change

The web upload page says this when I select the file I am trying to upload : "File OK: 13,564,408 bytes."

Not sure what is going on.
User avatar
cyclone3d
l33t
 
Posts: 3577
Joined: 2015-4-08 @ 06:06
Location: Huntsville, AL USA

Re: VOGONS Driver Library

Postby Dragon Caesar » 2019-5-21 @ 02:39

I found a set of utilities that may be helpful for anyone who stumbles across a NexGen VL system. These utilities are the NexGen VL BIOS flasher, v3 of the VL BIOS, and some shareware for CPU identification and FPU emulation. There's also a README from NexGen included with descriptions of each along with strong words about how they're not responsible for any kind of support with the CPU identification utilities.
Attachments
nexgen80.zip
(802.87 KiB) Downloaded 18 times
User avatar
Dragon Caesar
Newbie
 
Posts: 45
Joined: 2017-10-02 @ 00:55

Re: VOGONS Driver Library

Postby cyclone3d » 2019-5-21 @ 04:22

Ok, so I think I may have figured out what was going on.

Back when the ftp processing was not working, I had uploaded a file and then forgot to process it after it was fixed.

Then when I tried to upload via the web interface, it seems like it freaked out and didn't know what to do.
User avatar
cyclone3d
l33t
 
Posts: 3577
Joined: 2015-4-08 @ 06:06
Location: Huntsville, AL USA

Re: VOGONS Driver Library

Postby Paralel » 2019-5-22 @ 19:04

Digispeech Plus & Port-Able Sound Plus Drivers v4.05

Also contains the last version of the Sound Blaster emulation software, BMaster v2.07

Device must be attached when installation occurs, or installation in DOS or Windows will error out.
Attachments
DigiSpch.exe
Digispeech Plus & Port-Able Sound Plus Drivers v4.05
(1.12 MiB) Downloaded 17 times
Paralel
Member
 
Posts: 109
Joined: 2013-4-08 @ 19:49

Re: VOGONS Driver Library

Postby cyclone3d » 2019-5-24 @ 05:04

Just uploaded the original drivers and scanned user manual for the DSP Solutions Digispeech Plus DS311.
http://www.vogonsdrivers.com/getfile.php?fileid=1545&menustate=0

Original drivers are version 4.00 (DOS, Windows 3.X and 95)
The Diginet Network Disk is version 1.0

@Paralel - Thanks for the 4.05 driver set. :happy:
User avatar
cyclone3d
l33t
 
Posts: 3577
Joined: 2015-4-08 @ 06:06
Location: Huntsville, AL USA

Re: VOGONS Driver Library

Postby xjas » 2019-6-04 @ 22:07

Wasn't really planning to do this today, but for the sake of getting a bunch of "some day, eventually" projects off my stack, here are:

"Believe your Ears" Aureal A3D demonstration disc

Aureal A3D Demo Disc_sized.jpg
jacket_outside_sized.jpg

Note: I'm pretty sure this demo can be run on any sound card, the A3D effects are "baked in." Give it a go & post back!

and,

Matrox Parhelia & Millennium P-series driver / utility disc

matrox_parhelia_apve_sized.jpg

This disc contains a Win2K/XP driver for the above cards, a few utilities, and a much later (2005-dated) version of the Reef demo than is commonly found elsewhere. I don't know what's changed in this compared to previous versions; I haven't been able to run it (don't own the requisite card.)

Please feel free to re-up these elsewhere (e.g. Archive.org) if you're a contributor to another site and these discs aren't available there. It took me over 3 hours to upload maxing out my 2001-speed DSL link, so I'm not gonna do it. :P

Enjoy!
User avatar
xjas
l33t
 
Posts: 2241
Joined: 2015-9-07 @ 02:29

Re: VOGONS Driver Library

Postby xjas » 2019-6-04 @ 22:13

MediaSonic / Media Technology Sound Commander fx

Sound Commander fx_sized.jpg

Note: these disks were sent to me to read by forum user Mico, who stopped logging on & responding to PMs shortly after I sent him the files. Dude - I still have your disks! If on the off chance you read this, get in touch so I can send them back. :P

Also, I have a request: if somebody who torrents could grab the Creative Prodikeys driver CD available from the user in this thread and upload it, I'd be extremely greatful! I've tried to download it myself but just couldn't get it to work. This disc isn't available anywhere else on the web yet (only the individual drivers, repackaged and hosted on really shifty sites, and even those are hard to find.)
User avatar
xjas
l33t
 
Posts: 2241
Joined: 2015-9-07 @ 02:29

Re: VOGONS Driver Library

Postby cyclone3d » 2019-6-04 @ 23:23

xjas wrote:MediaSonic / Media Technology Sound Commander fx

Sound Commander fx_sized.jpg

Note: these disks were sent to me to read by forum user Mico, who stopped logging on & responding to PMs shortly after I sent him the files. Dude - I still have your disks! If on the off chance you read this, get in touch so I can send them back. :P

Also, I have a request: if somebody who torrents could grab the Creative Prodikeys driver CD available from the user in this thread and upload it, I'd be extremely greatful! I've tried to download it myself but just couldn't get it to work. This disc isn't available anywhere else on the web yet (only the individual drivers, repackaged and hosted on really shifty sites, and even those are hard to find.)


I have the torrent open, but there isn't anybody on that is seeding it. Looks like only 2 people have it according to the tracker... and who knows if they are even still seeding it even if they are on.
User avatar
cyclone3d
l33t
 
Posts: 3577
Joined: 2015-4-08 @ 06:06
Location: Huntsville, AL USA

Re: VOGONS Driver Library

Postby mrcruise » 2019-6-05 @ 15:14

Used to have one those Creative Prodikeys keyboards - I'm sure I've got the original install CD somewhere - just may take a little while to find it
mrcruise
Newbie
 
Posts: 3
Joined: 2019-6-05 @ 15:00

Re: VOGONS Driver Library

Postby mrcruise » 2019-6-06 @ 12:12

Creative Prodikeys DM.iso + Pic has been uploaded to MegaNZ

Link as follows:

https://mega.nz/#!3d80jaaZ!uv2kg4e2zY3R ... M6unSUS9io (ISO ~ 468MB)

https://mega.nz/#!uJtwAIIR!r7IkwmhddfQ_ ... by4VkoNi84 (PIC)

Perhaps someone can download and upload to Driver Library

Hope this was what you were after
Attachments
Creative Prodikeys DM.jpg
mrcruise
Newbie
 
Posts: 3
Joined: 2019-6-05 @ 15:00

Re: VOGONS Driver Library

Postby xjas » 2019-6-07 @ 03:15

^^ Awesome, thank you so much for that! You've just saved every remaining PS/2 Prodikeys user a ton of grief. :)

I'll try to upload it this evening.
User avatar
xjas
l33t
 
Posts: 2241
Joined: 2015-9-07 @ 02:29

Re: VOGONS Driver Library

Postby rexar » 2019-6-09 @ 05:01

Just happened to stumble across this post about the Gigabyte GA-PCV2 motherboard and remembered I had a backup of what iDOT had on their website before it disappeared.

For reference, the original website was at http://www.idot.com.tw/en/downloads/ . Archive.org has some snapshots with the binaries, I think one from June 2013 but I haven't investigated how complete they are.

I present bios F5e and the user manual for the motherboard which were originally sourced from iDOT. I've also attached bios revision F2 which I backed up from my board (GA-PCV2-DSI but without DVI) prior to upgrading to F5e. There was no change log between revisions, so I can't say what the differences were.
Attachments
V2CSIDSI.F2.zip
GA-PCV2 F2 bios backup
(208.33 KiB) Downloaded 15 times
F5E_BIOS.zip
GA-PCV2 F5e Bios
(244.62 KiB) Downloaded 14 times
Manual.zip
GA-PCV2 manual
(683.59 KiB) Downloaded 14 times
rexar
Newbie
 
Posts: 1
Joined: 2019-6-09 @ 04:23

Re: VOGONS Driver Library

Postby sambartle » 2019-6-09 @ 10:06

I've been using the Vogons Driver site for a while for tricky to find drivers and it's an awesome resource, thought it was time to start uploading some stuff there as a thanks.
I'm a new member so I can't upload to the driver site, however I have hundreds of old gaming drivers many of which seem to be missing..

Here's the first batch I have uploaded to my OneDrive for someone to add to the driver site if you choose..

EMS TopGun Driver CD V3.2:
Driver ISO: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AplI3npUFCFAg4EoPO8o2msZoGfthA
CD Image (Scanned): https://1drv.ms/u/s!AplI3npUFCFAg4EtDaEtwiNgVkqfQg
Belongs in "Other Games HW" (Or "Other Games HW\LightGuns" if its possible to create a new folder on the driver site)

Microsoft SideWinder GameVoice Driver CD 1.0:
Driver ISO: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AplI3npUFCFAg4Ep17m9Vf_LjHyvyw
CD Image (Scanned): https://1drv.ms/u/s!AplI3npUFCFAg4ErKWax38CBFjFBQQ
Belongs in "Input Devices/Joystick/Joypad")

Ultimate Per4mer Force Feedback Steering Wheel UP-300:
Driver Files: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AplI3npUFCFAg4En_TC3PhI53IjXGA
Floppy Disk Scan: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AplI3npUFCFAg4EqnY0CmPidyYuACA
Belongs in "Other Games HW" or Maybe "Input Devices\Steering Wheels" if you can create new sub categories

And finally a scan of the CD for the SideWinder Dual Strike (The drivers already exist but not the scan): https://1drv.ms/u/s!AplI3npUFCFAg4Eshiiz4ZliZ3gBuw

Hopefully those meet the requirements of the site and might be helpful.. I have plenty more too come if they do.
sambartle
Newbie
 
Posts: 1
Joined: 2019-6-09 @ 08:32

Re: VOGONS Driver Library

Postby xjas » 2019-6-11 @ 03:25

Prodikeys drivers have been uploaded. Thanks again mrcruise!

As far as I know, this is now the only place on the internet where you can download these drivers in their original form (i.e. rather than a shonky re-packaged version from some super sketchware site.)

funternet.png
So internet. Much fast.
User avatar
xjas
l33t
 
Posts: 2241
Joined: 2015-9-07 @ 02:29

Re: VOGONS Driver Library

Postby cyclone3d » 2019-6-11 @ 15:15

Looking up stuff for Assembler and found this collection of EMS expansion board drivers. I know I have seen some requests for drivers for some EMS boards in the past so I figured it would be good to post it here.

Found link here:
http://www.vcfed.org/forum/showthread.php?41596-MS-DOS-Device-Driver-Template

Had to go to web.archive.org to downbload:
http://web.archive.org/web/20160811090316/http://wiki.sensi.org/download/ems_coll.arj

Don't have access to upload to vogonsdrivers right now, so just attaching to this post - had to extract and zip since .arj is not allowed:
EMS board drivers.zip
(1.09 MiB) Downloaded 24 times


Drivers included per the folders are:
Acer:
AEMM
M1207

AST - Rampage

Bocaram:
BR.XT
BR_PLUS.AT
OTHER - source

C&T:
82C212
82C235

EMS286

Everex

Headland:
HT-12
HT-18_G2
HT-21

Hedaka

IBM PS2

Intel:
IAB
IAB Plus

Juko

Multtech

Orchid

PE-250

Sarc

Sat

Suntac:
62C241
S62

Turbo

VLSI

Winbond

XL-7

Zenith

There are also a few utilities and some source code as well.
User avatar
cyclone3d
l33t
 
Posts: 3577
Joined: 2015-4-08 @ 06:06
Location: Huntsville, AL USA

Re: VOGONS Driver Library

Postby Datadrainer » 2019-6-16 @ 12:09

@SquallStrife
First of all. Many thanks for having created this web site. It is very useful.
The only real small weakness is that the user manuals are not structured as the drivers are.
I had a disc crash with no backup some years ago, and I was happy to have this web site to help rebuild the thing.
Anyway. I still have and I got some new interesting stuff since that I can add to this collection. That is from the small driver archive to the CD-ROM collection of driver that we could found in the old days in stores. When it comes from a real media, I made image .ima or .iso (with a cue file if there is audio CD tracks).
I have some real and some virtual sorting to do. So I can only do that in a period of time. So if you agree with me, I think the best way to do that is for me to upload the files directly when I can. I have a first file (~70 MB). Is there a way to send you PM? So I can give you a link to download.
Knowing things is great. Understanding things is better. Creating things is even better.
User avatar
Datadrainer
Newbie
 
Posts: 12
Joined: 2019-5-20 @ 09:01

Re: VOGONS Driver Library

Postby mrcruise » 2019-6-27 @ 13:27

PACKARD BELL 7510CD MASTER CD

https://mega.nz/#!rRMFSaBL!U3Mimr8SBP2K ... TlUQTJhRFk (ISO...360.3MB)

https://mega.nz/#!KUExiKba!YhSJyMVElj9P ... EP8R-FWDvY (PIC)


Perhaps someone can upload to Driver Library
Attachments
PACKARD BELL 7510CD MASTER CD.jpg
mrcruise
Newbie
 
Posts: 3
Joined: 2019-6-05 @ 15:00

Re: VOGONS Driver Library

Postby bjwil1991 » 2019-6-30 @ 03:33

Aztech Sound Galaxy NX Pro 16 drivers have been uploaded.

There are 2 directories for the drivers and software:

Aztech Sound Galaxy NX Pro 16
Files --> DISK1.IMA DISK2.IMA DISK3.IMA

HSC InterActive
Files --> DISK1.IMA DISK2.IMA

The diskettes were read using WinImage 7 on Windows 98SE. The card has labels that say Reveal SC400 and the FCC ID is: I38-MMSN803, which indicates that it's an Aztech Sound Galaxy NX Pro 16.

The card supports the following features and sounds:
1) Panasonic (single speed or double speed) and Mitsumi (single speed) AT CD-ROM interfaces
2) Optional SCSI or Sony CDU-31A interface boards that connect to the Expansion port (long case required)
3) Sound features:
3a) Adlib (Yamaha YMF-262M)
3b) Windows Sound System
3c) Covox Speech Things
3d) Disney Sound Source
3e) Sound Blaster Pro (sound effects and voices as well)
3f) Wavetable header (doesn't work in DOS, only Windows)
4) Line Out (amplifier loudness jumper adjacent to the WaveTable header)
5) Volume wheel for headphones or speakers (be careful as higher sound output can cause hearing issues)
6) Line In for external devices, like CD players, tape players, and sound modules (Roland MT-32, Yamaha FB-01, and so on)
7) Mic In for the microphone or any other device (mono only)
Discord: https://discord.gg/U5dJw7x
Systems from C64 to FX-6300.
User avatar
bjwil1991
l33t
 
Posts: 2765
Joined: 2013-8-14 @ 03:10
Location: SE, MI USA

Re: VOGONS Driver Library

Postby canthearu » 2019-7-07 @ 02:45

Drivers for the SIC Resource Inc Super Sound Origins 32W-3D Sound card

Picture:
ebayimg.jpg


Main Chipset: Opti 82C925 (SB Pro 2, FM, MIDI)
Secondary Chipset: Crystal CS4231A-KL (Windows Sound System 16bit sound)
Wavetable: QS700 with 1MB ROM

* Includes IDE interface.
* Does not require any TSRs once DOS configures PnP of card.

Drivers in pack include DOS/Windows 3.1/OS2/NT4

I presume that windows 95/98 come with drivers for this.
Attachments
Super_Sound_Origins_32-3D_Driver.rar
(1.18 MiB) Downloaded 11 times
canthearu
Oldbie
 
Posts: 705
Joined: 2018-5-26 @ 01:00

PreviousNext

Return to General Old Hardware

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: danijelm, LeFlash, MrSmiley381, ninkeo, North_Computers, PARKE, stelth and 12 guests