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Re: PCMCIA Sound Cards

Here is a page from PC Mag on the google books archive: https://books.google.com/books?id=HvXDMJoM4HQC&pg=PA46&lpg#v=onepage&q&f=false I know you have almost everything :) Wondering if you own either Media Magic or Magic Tempo card too. Never seen one for sale, not even any traces. Just mentioned …

Re: PCMCIA Sound Cards

A couple of pictures of DSP Solutions PCMCIA sound card. Not sure it was ever released. The web page says: OEM Basis Only! Contact us NOW!! So it was supposed to be produced by third parties. Which they never did, I guess. Unless anyone have any evidences that this card was actually sold. 4381.gif …

Re: Looking for a japanese vintage computers forum

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b Tried both emails. One is not working anymore, and no respond from the other one. I'm really surprised that nobody knows japanese vintage forums. If you asked about russian ones, I'd remember at least three forums off the top of my head. Well, AFAIK real forums like this one are pretty rare there. …

Re: Newly made PCMCIA sound card

Duke3D pushes the system itself a bit hard, and also all of my serial debug commands are not helping so lots of room to optimize. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4EWK5qNxRQ Duke still sounds very well. There is a very light stuttering there, but this is how it works on any not too powerful …

Re: Newly made PCMCIA sound card

The changes to how I am hooking interrupts helped solve my issue with protected mode games, which has now exposed the flaw in how I am filling my FIFO. I know what to do next though. I will try to think of a name for this and start a new thread soon. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PGi83TjvMF0 edit …

Re: Newly made PCMCIA sound card

When you configure your game for the IBM 3D PCMCIA card, i.e IO/IRQ/DMA for 220/7/1, I am just wondering if you look at the actual IRQ that is allocated to the card, is it 7? or is it something else. I am having a little bit a of a battle between my TSR and the game and control being passed back …

Re: Looking for a japanese vintage computers forum

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I found 2 personal pages mentioning the card (years ago), one stating the person had bought the 5571 and not the W version on purpose, and another with a table of pcmcia cards tested. Both have contact emails, did you try them already? http://www.pluto.dti.ne.jp/~fkz/negoto/rex5571.html http://www. …

Re: PCMCIA Sound Cards

Do you need the floppy images as well? I have a CIB TDK DMC9000. Oh, cool. Thank you! No, just the CD please, I have the floppies. Took me a while as I got carried away with getting the updates and translating the README files and update information for the archived TDK web page. This is everything …

Re: PCMCIA Sound Cards

cyclone3d wrote on 2021-05-13, 09:10: Bondi wrote on 2021-05-13, 07:45: By the way, I'm looking for the CD that came with TDK DMC9000. Could someone image it and upload somewhere please? DMC9000cD.png Do you need the floppy images as well? I have a CIB TDK DMC9000. Oh, cool. Thank you! No, just the …

Re: PCMCIA Sound Cards

By the way, I'm looking for the CD that came with TDK DMC9000. Could someone image it and upload somewhere please? Filename DMC9000cD.png File size 186.15 KiB Views 210 views

Re: PCMCIA Sound Cards

I am still looking for a compatible connector but I have pretty much run out of ideas. SCP-55 seems to use a bespoke connector. At least I've never seen one like this on any card. I would monitor Yahoo auctions to get another MCB-3 (pops up once in a while) and modify as needed. Edit: Actually it …

Re: Newly made PCMCIA sound card

There is also the Snark Barker project https://github.com/schlae/snark-barker Here is more or less complete list of all sound card replica projects The comprehensive list of all modern reproductions of vintage sound cards

Re: PCMCIA Sound Cards

Found another PCMCIA joystick card. It's Sanwa JY-PCM3 . https://www.sanwa.co.jp/product/syohin.asp?code=JY-PCM3 Looks like that it's a clone of Computer Technica Inc. JSC-1 card. The drivers are for W9x., but they include also DOS enablers. As for MIDI support - there is a switch in one of the …

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