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First post, by GabrielKnight123

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Hi all I need some help please to identify an Aztech ISA sound card that has a telephone connection on the back plate, when I looked at the Vogons Driver Library for Aztech I see there are many types and I also need help to tell me which driver should be used with it, I can see it has an OPL3 dedicated chip "YMF262-M" and im wondering if this card is intelligent type of Midi capable instead of the UART because of the extra PCB board mounted in the middle of the sound card. I cant see any logo or name on the PCB but in the pictures below you can see all the chips and layout of the card. The album with 7 pictures are here:

http://s836.photobucket.com/user/sierragames/ … %20Sound%20Card

Are these cards any good to use as im trying to get rid of the pops in audio im getting from the soundblaster cards i have tried.

Reply 1 of 30, by jesolo

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Most Azctech cards had the FCC ID printed somewhere on the PCB (starting with "I38").
However, it would appear that the combo sound/modem (audio telephony) cards do not have an FCC ID printed on the PCB, so you will have to look at the chipset to determine which set of sound card drivers will work with this card (in this case, it has the AZT 2316-S chipset)

This chipset was also used by two other Aztech cards, namely I38-MMSN824 & I38-MMSN850 (both of these were usually sold as part of a multimedia kit).
I've attached the drivers for both models - either one should work.

I've also attached the drivers for two of the Aztech Audio Telephony sound cards (MM AT-3200 & MM AT-3260) but, I'm not sure whether these will work with your model (you can perhaps try these out and see if it picks up the sound card & modem).
If you try to install the drivers (or run the diagnostic utility), it will normally tell you if the particular model doesn't match the driver set.

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Reply 2 of 30, by GabrielKnight123

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Thanks very much for the info and drivers I will be trying them out in the next couple of days, do you know what the small PCB is that is attached to the main board in the middle of the sound card? I have looked all over the card for any info about who made it or an FCC ID but it seems there are none but on the bottom of the card is "SRS 3-D stereo" I bet this only works in windows but would be good if it does in dos. Would the standard SET BLASTER variables and SET SOUND work for a boot disk im not sure what to set as soundblaster type T6 or T4 but I'll play around with the settings to see if these work.

Reply 3 of 30, by dr.zeissler

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AZTECH ISA SOUNDCARDS  (Sound Galaxy series:)
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SG BXII 8-bit, AZTSB0792-U07, AZTDSP36 (intel N80C51BHP), OPL2, volume wheel.
SG NXII/Extra 8-bit...
SG NX Pro/Extra 8-bit...
SG Nova 16 AZT1605...
SG Nova 16 Extra AZT1605...
SG Orion 16 AZT1605...
SG Pro16 II (1st) AZT1605, AD1845XP, OPL3, AZT805-J94, WBH, M-CD, expansion connector.
SG Pro16 II (2nd) AZT2316R, CS4231A-KL, OPL3, WBH, IDE, expansion connector.
SG WaveRider 32+ AZT2316A, AD1845JP, OPL3, AZT816, ICS2125V WaveFront, ICS2122M-001 WaveROM, IDE, M-CD, expansion connector.
SG Nova 16 Extra II-3D AZT2316*...
SG WaveRider Pro 32-3D AZT2316R, CS4231A-KL, OPL3, AZT3320 Wavetable, Samsung KS0174 (Wavetable ROM), IDE.
SG Pro16 III-3D PnP AZT2320...
SG WaveR. Pro 32-3D PnP AZT2320...
SG WaveR. Platinum-3D PnP AZT2320...
SG NX Pro 16 AZT2320...
SG SCSI AZTSSPT0592-U01, AZT-NXPMIX0592, AZTDSP31H (intel S-81C51FANM), OPL3.

-1st Generation, then 2nd: AZT1605 Chipset, 3rd: AZT2316/A/R Chipset, 4th: AZT2320 Chipset.
-Aztech chipsets also rebranded and sold by Reveal.
I38-MMSD801 Sound Galaxy NX II AZTSSPT0592-U01 2.5 None PCSPK, Mitsumi, Panasonic, Volume 
I38-MMSD802 Sound Galaxy NX Pro AZTSSPT0592-U01 Pro 2.0 None PCSPK, Mitsumi, Panasonic, Volume
I38-MMSN803 Sound Galaxy NX Pro 16 AZTSSPT0592-U01 Pro 2.0 Header PCSPK, Mitsumi, Panasonic
I38-MMSN808 Sound Galaxy Pro 16 L AZTPR16 Pro 2.0 Header PCSPK, Philips
I38-MMSN810 Sound Galaxy Basic 16 AZTSSPT0592-U01 Pro 2.0 Header PCSPK, Mitsumi, Panasonic
I38-MMSN811 Sound Galaxy Nova 16 Extra, Reveal SC400 Rev.3, Packard Bell 030053 AZT1605-U05 Pro 2.0 Header PCSPK, Mitsumi, Panasonic, Sony
I38-MMSN812 Sound Galaxy Pro 16 Extra, Reveal SC400 Rev.2 AZTPR16 Pro 2.0 Header PCSPK, Mitsumi, Panasonic, RS
I38-MMSN813 Sound Galaxy Basic Audio 16 AZTSB0792-U07 Pro 2.0 None PCSPK, Mitsumi, Panasonic
I38-MMSN816 Sound Galaxy Orion 16 AZT1605-U05 Pro 2.0 Header PCSPK. Mitsumi, Panasonic
I38-MMSN822 Sound Galaxy Pro 16 II, 50-0037AZ-4S-2 AZT1605-U05 Pro 2.0 Header, Expcon Sony (Some), Mitsumi (Some), Panasonic (Some)
I38-MMSN824 Sound Galaxy Pro 16 II, Sound Galaxy Washington 16, Packard Bell 030056 AZT2316A, AZT2316S Pro 2.0 Header, Expcon PCSPK (some), CDROM
I38-MMSN826 Sound Galaxy Waverider 32+, Trust Sound Expert DeLuxe Wave 32 (0501) AZT2316A Pro 2.0 Onboard Mitsumi, Panasonic, Sony, CDROM
I38-MMSN830 Reveal SC400 Rev.4, Trust Sound Expert DeLuxe 16+ (0502) AZT2316A Pro 2.0 Header, Expcon Mitsumi, Panasonic, Sony, CDROM (Some)
I38-MMSN834 Sound Galaxy Washington 16, Voyetra Sound144AM, Packard Bell 030083 AZT2316 Pro 2.0 None Modem, CDROM
I38-MMSN835 Audio Telephony 2000 AZT2316A Pro 2.0 Header Modem, CDROM
I38-MMSN837 Packard Bell 030069 AZT2316A Pro 2.0 Header Modem, Mitsumi, Panasonic, Sony, CDROM
I38-MMSN841 Packard Bell 030084, Packard Bell 030094, Packard Bell 030099 AZT2316R Pro 2.0 None Modem
I38-MMSN842 Packard Bell 030101, Packard Bell 030111 AZT2316R Pro 2.0 None Modem
I38-MMSN843 Packard Bell 030106 AZT2316R Pro 2.0 Onboard Modem
I38-MMSN845 Sound Galaxy Pro 16 II AZT2316R Pro 2.0 Header, Expcon CDROM
I38-MMSN846 Sound Galaxy Nova 16 Extra II-3D, Trust Sound Expert DeLuxe 16-3D (06300) AZT2316R Pro 2.0 Header CDROM
I38-MMSN847 Sound Galaxy Waverider Pro 32-3D, Trust Sound Expert DeLuxe Wave 32-3D (06301) AZT2316R Pro 2.0 Onboard CDROM
I38-MMSN850 Sound Galaxy Nova 16 Extra II AZT2316S Pro 2.0 Header CDROM (Some)
I38-MMSN852 Sound Galaxy Waverider Pro 32-3D AZT2316R Pro 2.0 Onboard CDROM
I38-MMSN853 Sound Galaxy Pro16 III-3D PnP AZT2320 Pro 2.0 Header (some), Onboard (some) CDROM (some)
I38-MMSN855 Packard Bell 030110, Packard Bell 030275 AZT2320 Pro 2.0 Header Modem
I38-SGBX21 Sound Galaxy BX II AZTSB0792-U07 2.0 None Volume
I38-SGNX01 Sound Galaxy NX AZTSSPT0192-U05 1.5 None PCSPK
I38-SGNXPRO Sound Galaxy NX Pro AZTSSPT0592-U01 Pro 2.0 None RS (Some)
I38-SN96102 AT-3500 AZT2320 Pro 2.0 Header Modem
I38-SN96103 Multimedia Pro 16 IIB-3D AZT2316R Pro 2.0 Header CDROM
I38-SN96104 Multimedia Pro 16 IIIS+ PNP AZT2320 Pro 2.0 None Wedge
I38-SN96106 Audio Web AT3300, HP 5064-1826 AZT2320 Pro 2.0 Header Modem
I38-SN96116 Multimedia Pro 16V-A, HP 5064-2620 AZT2320 Pro 2.0 None Wedge
I38-SN97125 SC16-3D AZT2320 Pro 2.0 None Wedge

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Reply 4 of 30, by jesolo

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GabrielKnight123 wrote:

Do you know what the small PCB is that is attached to the main board in the middle of the sound card?

That forms part of the "modem" part of the sound card (you will notice the Rockwell chipset) - I'm not sure of its exact function (can't make out any further detail).

GabrielKnight123 wrote:

I have looked all over the card for any info about who made it or an FCC ID but it seems there are none but on the bottom of the card is "SRS 3-D stereo" I bet this only works in windows but would be good if it does in dos.

The 3-D stereo effect should work under DOS as well - on certain models, it can be toggled via the software based mixer utility.

GabrielKnight123 wrote:

Would the standard SET BLASTER variables and SET SOUND work for a boot disk im not sure what to set as soundblaster type T6 or T4 but I'll play around with the settings to see if these work.

Yes, it should. You would normally configure the sound card when installing it the first time. Whatever your settings are, you would then copy those onto your Boot disk and specify the same values in your Autoexec.bat file (not sure why you would want a boot disk). On most of these models, the settings are then stored in EEPROM.
All Aztech sound cards based on the AZT-2316 chipset supports the Sound Blaster Pro II - you would therefore specify type T4 as part of your SET BLASTER statement in your Autoexec.bat file.

Reply 5 of 30, by GabrielKnight123

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Ok I just used the m16abo two floppy disk files to install it and it worked well but this card had lots of noise on Gabriel Knight 1 and for some reason the autoexec.bat settings it used when installing from win98se it uses some other word that I cant remember right now instead of SET BLASTER and Gabriel Knight will not load because of this unless you use the standard SET BLASTER instead of what it installs, I was able to get Midi to work with my SC55 but for the voice in GK1 it was noisy and popping so it is now going to be a nice edition to my wall of old hardware - which is me actually putting old cards on my wall instead of posters for some reason.

Reply 7 of 30, by jesolo

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GabrielKnight123 wrote:

Ok I just used the m16abo two floppy disk files to install it and it worked well but this card had lots of noise on Gabriel Knight 1 and for some reason the autoexec.bat settings it used when installing from win98se it uses some other word that I cant remember right now instead of SET BLASTER and Gabriel Knight will not load because of this unless you use the standard SET BLASTER instead of what it installs, I was able to get Midi to work with my SC55 but for the voice in GK1 it was noisy and popping so it is now going to be a nice edition to my wall of old hardware - which is me actually putting old cards on my wall instead of posters for some reason.

Refer this old post of mine as it might help with the noise you are experiencing in some games - Re: Aztech Waverider Pro 32-3D

Reply 8 of 30, by Gona

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dr.zeissler wrote:

I38-SGBX21 Sound Galaxy BX II AZTSB0792-U07 2.0 None Volume

It seems the FCC ID: I38-SGBX21 is "Aztech SC100 Sound FX Basic" and has volume wheel (sorry for weak pictures, these not made by me, I have helped a seller to identify it).

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Reply 9 of 30, by jesolo

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This is just a rebranded Sound Galaxy BXII (very close to a Sound Blaster 2.0).
The label looks very similar to what Reveal stuck on later models of the Sound Galaxy series (like the SC 300 & SC 400).

Reply 13 of 30, by cyclone3d

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Might take a few revisions of this post, but I should have drivers for that card.. me being a driver hoarder and all.

If something doesn't work let me know.

Win9x :

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azt_2316_w9x.rar
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And here is a driver set that was labeled with your card's model number. I had to break it apart because it went over the 2MB limit.

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I38-mmsn834-CDR_and_DOS Setup.zip
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I38-mmsn834-Windows Setup.zip
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Here is another set that looks like it should work and it has an install and setup:

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AZT16.ZIP
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Last edited by cyclone3d on 2018-06-15, 04:54. Edited 2 times in total.

Yamaha YMF modified setupds and drivers
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AW744L II - YMF744 - AOpen Cobra Sound Card - Install SB-Link Header
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Reply 15 of 30, by ahtoh

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33oldnew wrote:

P16IIB did not work.
The file from cyclone3d works (except s3d.exe utility).
There is no installation disk for dos though, only some update utility that assumes you already have files installed in c:\sound144
So I had to manually copy the files and also copy eeprom.sys file from another driver.

here is some documentation on this sound card: http://j12345.users1.50megs.com/menu/soundcar … 11asman.asp.htm

Reply 16 of 30, by cyclone3d

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Added another to the bottom of the post above.

Also found some more that are indicated to be for Washington. Put them up on my Google Drive. They all have the name P16IIB in the name, but there are 3 different sets.
Also added some more that are just listed as being for 2316.
https://drive.google.com/open?id=14Oj6DONrirA … GLRKetht49-tlxr

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Yamaha XG resource repository - updated November 27, 2018
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AW744L II - YMF744 - AOpen Cobra Sound Card - Install SB-Link Header
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Reply 17 of 30, by NJRoadfan

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Drivers for the SOUND144AM can be found on various Packard Bell Master CDs. Hardware resources are soft configured by a DOS program. Windows 9x comes with the drivers and will auto detect the card.

Reply 18 of 30, by cyclone3d

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NJRoadfan wrote:

Drivers for the SOUND144AM can be found on various Packard Bell Master CDs. Hardware resources are soft configured by a DOS program. Windows 9x comes with the drivers and will auto detect the card.

Downloaded a PB Master CD and it had the SOUND144AM folder on it.

Uploaded it to my google drive. Link is in my previous post. Note: If you need that driver and the link no longer works, it means I moved it to a web host. PM me if this is the case.

Yamaha YMF modified setupds and drivers
Yamaha XG resource repository - updated November 27, 2018
Yamaha YMF7x4 Guide
AW744L II - YMF744 - AOpen Cobra Sound Card - Install SB-Link Header
Epstein didn't kill himself