leileilol wrote:It is an OPL3-emulating midi synthesizer driver. It is not a sound card emulator.
ElectricMonk wrote:I just skimmed the thread (sorry!), but OPL versions varied wildly (Sega Genesis OPL2 vs Soundblaster OPL2).
FM-OPL-Midi-Freak wrote:Good evening
my little retrosystem to play fm music open end
-> Pentium-MMX / 233Mhz inside you will find my ESS Audiodrive 1869F
i triad to install the OPL3 Synth Driver (HW) for true acsess with the FM Chip of my ESS Audiodrive (Es1869F) in my fresh installed Win98 but first: i have trouble with hardware wizard, while trying to start the process to Add New Hardware, when i click on: "continue" then crashs the msgrv32, so i can't install the driver via officially way in Win98, the same happened under -> Settings -> System -> Device Manager -> Audio-, Audio, Video and Game controller when i click /refresh the entry: "ES1868 Plug & Play AudioDrive (WDM), thereupon the system freezes again by the msgrv32. This matter appears to be as an own problem with my current system and has'nt nothing to do with my ISA ESS Audiodrive 1869F, i triad this without the ESS Audiodrive in isa slot and its happened the same
exists an other way to install the driver? The installing of an*.inf File via context menue is not sufficient, i think.
FM-OPL-Midi-Freak wrote:further i can't play OPL VGM Files via last VGMPlay Version because VGMPlay reorts "no opl Chip was detected" on the other hand, the playback via Adplug in Winamp via 388 Port works, its strange
the gm playback via mplayer.exe works perfect but the winamp plugin 3.09 caused heavy terrible noises but this seems known here, as I read
thats all for now
#define CM_REG_FM_PCI 0x50
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