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Re: PCMCIA Sound Cards

Also to add to what Bondi and lolo799 said as I was in a similar position with a Dell Inspiron laptop... The cheapest way to go other than OPL2LPT for music and something like DSS for soundfx would be DOSbox. It sounds daft but DOSbox does a great job audio wise. Plays Doom and other older DOS games …

Re: PCMCIA Sound Cards

The Magma adapters with the external enclosures are driverless so they should work on pretty much any system as long as you have the correct host card. I do have multiples of these but they are really only going to be useful for DOS sound with cards that support ddma, dsdma or one of the other …

Re: PCMCIA Sound Cards

The Magma adapters with the external enclosures are driverless so they should work on pretty much any system as long as you have the correct host card. I do have multiples of these but they are really only going to be useful for DOS sound with cards that support ddma, dsdma or one of the other …

Re: PCMCIA Sound Cards

Thanks The only thing I can find for sale is this 1 slot expansion 'Magma 1 Slot PCI expansion chassis 01-04740-05' https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/362917869066?hash=item547f97360a:g:uQEAAOSws6ZaQk5D Im not sure but this may not be PCMCIA to PCI (only PCI to PCI?) This looks like what you mean, but not …

Re: PCMCIA Sound Cards

Those exist, look up for Magma CardBus to PCI enclosure. What is the best PCI soundcard (if there is one) that has dedicated OPL3 hardware instead of emulation? Why creative didnt include OPL3 hardware on the PCI cards is beyond me. I guess expense only, but it cant have cost much more to keep …

Re: PCMCIA Sound Cards

Unfortunately PCMCIA-PCI (adapters for use in laptops to allow a PCI cards) do not exist. Those exist, look up for Magma CardBus to PCI enclosure. Thanks The only thing I can find for sale is this 1 slot expansion 'Magma 1 Slot PCI expansion chassis 01-04740-05' https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ …

Re: PCMCIA Sound Cards

Slightly incorrect but know what you mean. PCI-PCMCIA adapters exist which allow notebook cards to be used in desktops (not sure why you would with the vast choice of pci and isa cards) Unfortunately PCMCIA-PCI (adapters for use in laptops to allow a PCI cards) do not exist. Expensive laptop …

Re: PCMCIA Sound Cards

For anyone who wants to use a PCMCIA card like the Roland above, you can also use them in desktop PCs, via a PCMCIA-PCI adapter card. They don't really manufacture them anymore, but there are a lot of them out there in the wild of the online resellers. Slightly incorrect but know what you mean. PCI …

Re: PCMCIA Sound Cards

https://i.postimg.cc/7hnz723b/1552530837962.jpg Wow, nice. Do you still have and use this? Does it work with full DOS and Win9X support? Yes, works perfect with Dos & Windows. Here examples: Dos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9X07GPpv180 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LHSqwUScEik https://www. …

Re: PCMCIA Sound Cards

MAZter wrote on 2019-03-14, 03:11: Got it finally today! […] Show full quote Got it finally today! Brand new, never used. Wow, nice. Do you still have and use this? Does it work with full DOS and Win9X support?

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