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Reply 20 of 42, by gerwin

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I was about to give a hint to the serial, but my CD is different, and the serial does not work with the ISO on vogonsdrivers...

The Home Studio CD has Digital Orchestrator Pro v3.02.05. (The Normal CD seems to have a similar program called Midi Orchestrator Plus.)
There is an Audio Station 32 media player. In case of a midi file it can be played and edited with Midi Orchestrator 32 v1.3.0.27.
Both seem to run OK on Windows XP. There was a warning dialog that the expected midi devices are absent; very true since the Montego II card itself was not installed.
The CD has an ad for Eye & I - Voice Crystal products, including their 4MB GM soundset. Funny, since I actually bought that one some years ago.

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Reply 21 of 42, by gerwin

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I send a mail/support ticket to Turtle Beach asking about the basic Montego II CD Serial. Just maybe they are in a good mood, and still know what a Montego II is.

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Reply 22 of 42, by GiSWiG

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I was thinking about doing that. Let us know how it goes!

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Reply 24 of 42, by gerwin

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Almost forgot about this one. After some pointless answers, I received the answer I hoped for. Many thanks Turtle Beach! Copy below.
The guy also mentioned that they double checked but have no such serials available at Turtle Beach support.
Now I personally cannot do much with it as I have a different Montego II product and CD..

From: Turtle Beach Support Team, support[at-sign]turtlebeach.com Sent: 3/24/2017 Subject: Turtle Beach Case# 00703536 Discon In […]
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From: Turtle Beach Support Team, support[at-sign]turtlebeach.com
Sent: 3/24/2017
Subject: Turtle Beach Case# 00703536 Discon Installation Problem [ ref:_00DU0Jga6._5000PZqIYS:ref ]

Hi Gerwin,

You are permitted to share the serial with other forum members or even post it freely. However, it may not be possible to complete the activation process at this point.

We wish you the best of luck with the Montego II.

Sincerely,
Max

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--------------- Original Message --------------- From: Gerwin [last name removed] Sent: 3/20/2017 To: support[at-sign]turtlebeac […]
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From: Gerwin [last name removed]
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Subject: Re: Turtle Beach Case# 00703536 Discon Installation Problem [ ]

Hi Max,

Now we are talking. My response question:

Can you ALLOW us to share a serial of one http://www.vogons.org forum member amongst other forum members, when they own this old Montego II card? if we keep the serial disclosed and not publish it on the site. yes or no?

Or are we even free to mention/share one serial openly on there. yes or no?

The question is concerning the T.B. Montego II Basic driver CD only.

Thank you so far,

Gerwin

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Reply 25 of 42, by skitters

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gerwin wrote:
. Almost forgot about this one. After some pointless answers, I received the answer I hoped for. Many thanks Turtle Beach! Copy […]
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Almost forgot about this one. After some pointless answers, I received the answer I hoped for. Many thanks Turtle Beach! Copy below.
The guy also mentioned that they double checked but have no such serials available at Turtle Beach support.
Now I personally cannot do much with it as I have a different Montego II product and CD..

Since it's OK with Turtle Beach, I'll share the serial for my Montego software with anyone who wants it.

MON200-039975-377

My CD looks the same as this one
file.php?id=20740&t=1

Reply 26 of 42, by gerwin

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Thanks for sharing! Now people can actually use the software in this topic. I updated the ISO File description on vogonsdrivers, and tested it to work with this serial.

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Reply 28 of 42, by gerwin

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Glad it is useful. It was a team effort though:
Uploading the CD image - boxpressed
Hosting the CD image - SquallStrife
Serial for the CD - skitters
Getting official permission for the serial - gerwin

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Reply 30 of 42, by Running5minsLate

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Hello, I apologize for redirecting this but I recently picked up a dell dimension Xps r400. I have a sound card issue that led me here. The fcc info says ASC338 which leads me to a Montego ii. I tried the turtle beach drivers Phil had with constant blue screens.
When I use the asp4comm.inf file from Turtle Beach 1 folder offered by Dell, it does produce sound but crashes on reboot.

I removed my spdif card before my sound card as suggested. I’ve also tried the Montego ii img but while I can boot and don’t have any device errors, I don’t have any sound.

Any hints on what inf files to pick and from where else to try? I’ve got the aural drivers too. I’ve tried 4 variants of folders of inf files

Reply 31 of 42, by cyclone3d

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Running5minsLate wrote on 2020-03-17, 20:10:
Hello, I apologize for redirecting this but I recently picked up a dell dimension Xps r400. I have a sound card issue that led m […]
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Hello, I apologize for redirecting this but I recently picked up a dell dimension Xps r400. I have a sound card issue that led me here. The fcc info says ASC338 which leads me to a Montego ii. I tried the turtle beach drivers Phil had with constant blue screens.
When I use the asp4comm.inf file from Turtle Beach 1 folder offered by Dell, it does produce sound but crashes on reboot.

I removed my spdif card before my sound card as suggested. I’ve also tried the Montego ii img but while I can boot and don’t have any device errors, I don’t have any sound.

Any hints on what inf files to pick and from where else to try? I’ve got the aural drivers too. I’ve tried 4 variants of folders of inf files

Ok, so I recently bought a Montego II with the SPDIF upgrade board AND it came with the upgrade CD and instructions.

I'll get the manual scanned and the CD uploaded to vogonsdrivers and post back here when it is ready.

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Reply 32 of 42, by kolderman

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I have the Quadzilla package NIB, but not sealed (although some things inside are sealed). I also have a sealed NIB Malibu Surround 64, but not sure if I will ever unbox this or onsell it, seems quite a rare card.

Reply 33 of 42, by Running5minsLate

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cyclone3d wrote on 2020-03-17, 20:59:
Running5minsLate wrote on 2020-03-17, 20:10:
Hello, I apologize for redirecting this but I recently picked up a dell dimension Xps r400. I have a sound card issue that led m […]
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Hello, I apologize for redirecting this but I recently picked up a dell dimension Xps r400. I have a sound card issue that led me here. The fcc info says ASC338 which leads me to a Montego ii. I tried the turtle beach drivers Phil had with constant blue screens.
When I use the asp4comm.inf file from Turtle Beach 1 folder offered by Dell, it does produce sound but crashes on reboot.

I removed my spdif card before my sound card as suggested. I’ve also tried the Montego ii img but while I can boot and don’t have any device errors, I don’t have any sound.

Any hints on what inf files to pick and from where else to try? I’ve got the aural drivers too. I’ve tried 4 variants of folders of inf files

Ok, so I recently bought a Montego II with the SPDIF upgrade board AND it came with the upgrade CD and instructions.

I'll get the manual scanned and the CD uploaded to vogonsdrivers and post back here when it is ready.

Wow! Okay that makes sense that this variant would need a specific drivers. I appreciate it

Reply 35 of 42, by cyclone3d

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boxpressed wrote on 2020-03-18, 03:17:

If anyone has the serial number for the Turtle Beach Pinnacle CD-ROM, I'd love to have it. Thanks!

According to the user manual, you need the Product ID Number which is found on the registration card:

INSTALLING THE SOFTWARE The software has an automatic installation process. During the installation, you have the option to inst […]
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INSTALLING THE SOFTWARE
The software has an automatic installation process. During the installation, you have the option to install all of the applications, or only those
applications that you want.
If, at a later time, you want to install the other applications, you will need
to re-run SETUP.EXE.
TO INSTALL THE SOFTWARE:
1. Make certain you have the Product ID number. (This number can
be found on the Registration Card.)

Yamaha YMF modified setupds and drivers
Yamaha XG resource repository - updated November 27, 2018
Yamaha YMF7x4 Guide
AW744L II - YMF744 - AOpen Cobra Sound Card - Install SB-Link Header
Epstein didn't kill himself

Reply 36 of 42, by boxpressed

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cyclone3d wrote on 2020-03-18, 05:05:
boxpressed wrote on 2020-03-18, 03:17:

If anyone has the serial number for the Turtle Beach Pinnacle CD-ROM, I'd love to have it. Thanks!

According to the user manual, you need the Product ID Number which is found on the registration card:

INSTALLING THE SOFTWARE The software has an automatic installation process. During the installation, you have the option to inst […]
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INSTALLING THE SOFTWARE
The software has an automatic installation process. During the installation, you have the option to install all of the applications, or only those
applications that you want.
If, at a later time, you want to install the other applications, you will need
to re-run SETUP.EXE.
TO INSTALL THE SOFTWARE:
1. Make certain you have the Product ID number. (This number can
be found on the Registration Card.)

Yes, that's the number I need. Product ID. Starts with PIN and followed by a sequence of characters like the Montego's.

Reply 37 of 42, by cyclone3d

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Finally got a chance to scan the user guide, make it searchable, image the CD, etc.

Here it is:
http://www.vogonsdrivers.com/getfile.php?file … 665&menustate=0

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AW744L II - YMF744 - AOpen Cobra Sound Card - Install SB-Link Header
Epstein didn't kill himself

Reply 38 of 42, by CHiLL72

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boxpressed wrote on 2020-03-18, 05:12:
cyclone3d wrote on 2020-03-18, 05:05:
boxpressed wrote on 2020-03-18, 03:17:

If anyone has the serial number for the Turtle Beach Pinnacle CD-ROM, I'd love to have it. Thanks!

According to the user manual, you need the Product ID Number which is found on the registration card:

INSTALLING THE SOFTWARE The software has an automatic installation process. During the installation, you have the option to inst […]
Show full quote

INSTALLING THE SOFTWARE
The software has an automatic installation process. During the installation, you have the option to install all of the applications, or only those
applications that you want.
If, at a later time, you want to install the other applications, you will need
to re-run SETUP.EXE.
TO INSTALL THE SOFTWARE:
1. Make certain you have the Product ID number. (This number can
be found on the Registration Card.)

Yes, that's the number I need. Product ID. Starts with PIN and followed by a sequence of characters like the Montego's.

Just read these posts and I have a boxed Turtle Beach Pinnacle, but I'm not sure if everything is still there. I'll see if I can dig it out and see if there's a code you can use.

Waveblaster MIDI boards: http://members.home.nl/c.kersten (site will go offline soon, looking for space elsewhere)

Reply 39 of 42, by boxpressed

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CHiLL72 wrote on 2020-04-05, 07:27:

Just read these posts and I have a boxed Turtle Beach Pinnacle, but I'm not sure if everything is still there. I'll see if I can dig it out and see if there's a code you can use.

Thank you! The number is on the product registration card, if you have one.