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First post, by Taylor7108

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Hi all!

I have been trying for days to get the correct drivers installed for this card. I have used Sound Galaxy Pro 16 II, Waverider 32 and Nova16 drivers, but with each install, I receive a "sound card not detected!!!" message. I am running pure DOS 6.22. Checking the config.sys and autoexec.bat, paths and filenames are all correctly generated by the installer. I attached images of the card I have, but here are the details:

2316A chipset
Sticker on back: MM PRO 16F EP (M)
FCC ID: I38-MMSN830 - This is registered as Aztech/Trust Sound Expert DeLuxe 16+
Tried moving jumper to EEPROM mode

The card works perfectly as a SB Pro clone otherwise, but I really want to get it configured correctly. The gameport is not working and I assume that is because I need the right drivers.

Any ideas?

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Current Build: 486 DX2 66 / 16MB RAM / 2GB CF / CL5428 VLB 1MB / Aztech 2316 Sound / DOS 6.22

Reply 1 of 6, by sprcorreia

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Packard Bell card... You should try to get the drivers from Packard Bell.

Point of start:

http://web.archive.org/web/19961113103301/htt … /ftp/audio.html

Reply 2 of 6, by jesolo

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I have the drivers for that model (and the one for I38-MMSN824, which is also a very common Aztech OEM card with no readily available drivers).
Attached are the drivers for both model number I38-MMSN830 & I38-MMSN824 (the latter was shipped with the Voyager Multimedia Kit).
Please note that you need to install these from floppy disks (or use a floppy emulator):

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P16WH-1.ZIP
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954.7 KiB
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184 downloads
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I38-MMSN830 (Disk 1)
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P16WH-2.ZIP
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682.41 KiB
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163 downloads
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I38-MMSN830 (Disk 2)
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VY212.RAR
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I38-MMSN824
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Reply 4 of 6, by johnnystarr

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jesolo wrote on 2017-02-19, 18:24:

I have the drivers for that model (and the one for I38-MMSN824, which is also a very common Aztech OEM card with no readily available drivers).
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VY212.RAR

It appears these still have to be extracted in Win3.1 or 95? Or is there a DOS exe or com I'm not seeing? Would you possibly be able to share the MMSN824 DOS files as well for those of us without older Windows? That would be super helpful.

Reply 5 of 6, by jesolo

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johnnystarr wrote on 2020-07-28, 20:52:
jesolo wrote on 2017-02-19, 18:24:

I have the drivers for that model (and the one for I38-MMSN824, which is also a very common Aztech OEM card with no readily available drivers).
...
VY212.RAR

It appears these still have to be extracted in Win3.1 or 95? Or is there a DOS exe or com I'm not seeing? Would you possibly be able to share the MMSN824 DOS files as well for those of us without older Windows? That would be super helpful.

I think I did at one point install the card in one of my systems and then ran the installation, but to find it now is going to be a bit of a mission (if I still have it).
Unfortunately, in this case, you need to have Windows 3.1x/Windows 95 installed in order to extract the DOS files as well.

Reply 6 of 6, by Oetker

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johnnystarr wrote on 2020-07-28, 20:52:
jesolo wrote on 2017-02-19, 18:24:

I have the drivers for that model (and the one for I38-MMSN824, which is also a very common Aztech OEM card with no readily available drivers).
...
VY212.RAR

It appears these still have to be extracted in Win3.1 or 95? Or is there a DOS exe or com I'm not seeing? Would you possibly be able to share the MMSN824 DOS files as well for those of us without older Windows? That would be super helpful.

http://kentie.net/article/retropc/vy212_installed.zip