Reply 40 of 49, by Imperious
I should have replied to this ages ago.
I have a sblive in my old Athlon system working perfectly as a pure dos sound card along with a 64mb ti4200 video card.
I was having a look at Your autoexec.bat and config.sys files, there seems to be an awful lot of unnecessary lines in there, but I run mine from a floppy
boot to avoid any windows issues. I have the ctsyn line above the set blaster, not sure if that makes a difference or not though.
I am curious to know how much conventional memory You have free when You run mem/c/p
Have a look at my files and see if anything helps there, I have a lot of rem statements where I can change lines if required.
I used a lot of alternate drivers as the standard ones wouldn't leave enough conventional memory free when used.
One other thing might be to turn off the parallel port in the bios as that used irq 7 by default. Asus P4P800 was one of the best
mobos around, mine is in storage awaiting a resurrection at some future date.
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PC's from XT 8088, 486, Pentium MMX, K6, Athlon, P3, P4, 775, to current Ryzen 2600.