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Games/Source ports for W9x supporting MIDI

I have a laptop that I want to use for gaming. It's a P233MMX machine, runs W98 and has a Yamaha PCMCIA MIDI card. And I'm looking for games that can utilize this setup. For now I found only Zandronum (ZDoom fork) that meets my requirements. Version 2.0 runs on W98 and can use Windows MIDI devices. …

Re: PCMCIA Sound Cards

I found a way to get use of my Yamaha pcc10xg card (which is windows only MIDI card) in DOS games...in a way. It tuned out that there is Win9x port of VDMsound driver. And it works with Yamaha card in DOS session in Win98. Yet in some games music sounds strange/slow. I suspect it's due to CPU load. …

Re: IBM 16-bit PCMCIA Audio Adapter SB compatibility

Frankly, I still think it's the same chip. In both PCDEMO and TPDEMO there are exactly the same recording settings, that are supported by the CS4248 chip (which is register compatible with AD1848 chip). Unless they used two different chips with exactly same capabilities, sampling rates and bit rates …

IBM 16-bit PCMCIA Audio Adapter SB compatibility

I. There is a sound card built in IBM Thinkpad 755c laptop. It's a card based on Crystal Semiconductor CS4248 chip, it has no SB native support, requires DOS drivers - TPAUDDD.SYS , and works in DOS with it's proprietary audio playback program - PCDEMO.EXE . It comes also with VDD (Virtual Device …

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