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Sound Blaster AWE32 ram ?

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Reply 20 of 24, by Intel486dx33

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What about the CT2670 ?

It has the EMU8000 and OPL3

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Reply 21 of 24, by DjLc

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Update: Flashed the card with Dell Flash tool C4502_C1.EXE didn't solved the issue. The card can't see anything above 512KB 🙁

DjLc wrote on 2020-03-13, 05:04:
I've found an old CT3670 in my attic: no matter wich SIMM modules i put on it, DIAGNOSE always report 524 288 bytes max (i've tr […]
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I've found an old CT3670 in my attic: no matter wich SIMM modules i put on it, DIAGNOSE always report 524 288 bytes max (i've tried every combination with 1mb, 2mb, 4mb and 8mb modules).
FCCID on the back says SB32PNP45, another sitcker says Sound Blaster 32 Pnp.
Another odd behavior, under win9x, the system doesn't want to load the synthgm.sbk included with the drivers. (in pure DOS aweutil.exe /EM load the synthgm.sbk without issue)
Diagnose (v4.04) works fine under pure DOS 6.22 (synth and wavetable music with "512k" or no ram).
I don't know if the AWEFlsh tools from dell for flashing it to an AWE64 will solve this issue.

Reply 24 of 24, by HanJammer

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Disruptor wrote on 2019-04-04, 21:06:

There are no EDO 30 pin SIMMs.

Wrong. There ARE EDO 30-pin SIMMs and they were used in some samplers. You can still buy them brand new.

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