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Weirdness after installing soundcard

Hello, I recently switched from a pnp ISA ct4170 sb vibra card to a aztech galaxy 2 ISA card. Super card ! Install was quick and works with all dos games. No high low dma conflict. My pc, p166mmx with 1997 award bios behaves strange. Even with the olds card: When turning on pc it sometimes hangs and …

Re: ct4170 pnp vibra card DMA conflict

But how do I make Duke3d or Blood or any game that demands High DMA to work then. Because when in Setup choosing SB Pro or less still asks for a high DMA value. Yeah, the setup is a bit odd there. When you select Sound Blaster and continue with using the settings, it will ask you some more …

Re: ct4170 pnp vibra card DMA conflict

There's no conflict, it is by design. The Vibra16XV can not use 16-bit DMAs, so low and high DMA channels are the same (or at least either 1 or 3). BUILD engine games like Duke3D and Blood are known to not work with such a configuration and you have to select SB Pro mode in these games. You can …

Re: ct4170 pnp vibra card DMA conflict

Ahh, the joys of using "Plug and Pray" hardware in DOS, I remember those well from back in the day. In the Award BIOS, there's usually a menu called "Integrated Peripherals". From there, you should be able to disable the onboard parallel and serial ports which will free up the relevant IRQ values, …

ct4170 pnp vibra card DMA conflict

Dear Reader(s), I have an Award Bios, Pentium 1 166mmx 32MB setup with an CT4170 Soundblaster Vibra PNP card. I'm running on dos and used CTCMBBS install file. (I haven't tried SBBASIC install just yet. Because de CTCM configures automatically from Config.sys and autoexec.bat. Blaster settings in …

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