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Thanks for all the help everyone. The wavetable on those XG chips are awesome, VERY awesome, to the point you would want to use that over the FM.. This sound card is SoundBlaster 16 compatible. -SoundBlaster AudioPCI(I kept calling this a PCI128, but it's an AudioPCI): this sound card has NO FM Synthesis on it in any way. Ace09-21-2010, 08:02 PMI haven't personally used one of these sound cards, but the only brand that gave me problems with digitized sound was C-Media. http://easymamecab.mameworld.info/html/snddosdr.htm
Oh yeah, speaking of old things, I have a Diamond MonsterFusion 3Dfx AGP card with 16MB of VRAM. The following is a combination of resources typically used by Legacy Emulation. Functionality may differ from box specifications due to limitations in Windows NT . Dos Sound Drivers To sacrifice so much in terms of compatibility to get a P4 and then settle for the pathetic 1.7.
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Those have cloned YMF262s that, while the sound is authentic, certain notes come out too loud, in particular when a certain note starts to play. The following is a combination of resources typically used by Legacy Emulation. Sb Live Dos Driver Here is the listVortex Au8820B2 PCICrystal CS 4231 ISAAD1845JP Soundport (Ensonic chip on it) ISALMK which of this you have not tested w/DOScab. Sound Blaster 16 Pci A funny thing is that if you have a conflict under Windows 95 in address range 388, you will get sound on BOTH sound cards at the same time when using
I need a CPU that fits in a 478 socket. 2: I checked out Asus's support page on the P4B533 and it mentions something about support for the C-Media CMI-8738. http://atlantecsoftware.com/sound-blaster/ct4751-drivers.html Typically, integrated graphics cards have inferior performance, at least from what I've seen. They're theYa maha YMF724 and the Yamaha YMF74x line of PCI sound cards. For every game, you need to select which irq the sound uses, it is really no matter if the soundcard uses isa or pci. Sound Blaster Ct4170
don't fit the bill, as they use a software emulator for SB DOS compatibility.Actually, the SB PCI 128 and SB Live! OR any way to get this to work? and Sound Blaster Audigy PCI cards. http://atlantecsoftware.com/sound-blaster/ct4750-driver-soundblaster.html The following lines(or similar) should appear in the system files CONFIG.SYS DEVICE=C:\WINDOWS\EMM386.EXE AUTOEXEC.BAT SET BLASTER=A220 I5 D1 P330 T2 SET SNDSCAPE=C:\WINDOWS DOSSTART.BAT C:\PROGRA~1\CREATIVE\CTSND\DOSDRV\APINIT.COM SuReg create key failed when installing PCI 128
I'm pretty sure Yamaha's got very good DOS compatibility on their YMF PCI chipsets. Ct4830 Do they work also with some other chip? Platinum 5.1 driverSBL51_NT.exe [more] Windows NT 4.0 Sound Blaster Live!
Guntz09-21-2010, 01:32 PMIn the end though I still built a dedicated rig. Should I risk buying one of those over getting one from the states? Gamer 5.1 driverSBL51_W9xME.exe [more] Windows 98SE Sound Blaster Audigy Platinum driverAUDRVVXD.EXE [more] Windows 98SE Sound Blaster Audigy LS driverAUDLS_PCDRV_LB_1-02-00.exe [more] Windows 98SE Sound Blaster Live You would be much better off with any SoundBlaster 16 aside from the Vibra models with no discrete YMF262 and the SoundBlaster 16 PCI, or any other ISA sound card that's
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To simulate the YMF262, the SoundBlaster AudioPCI and its variants(SoundBlaster PCI128, SoundBlaster 16 PCI, SoundBlaster Vibra 128, SoundBlaster PCI64, just to name a few) uses a wavetable developed by Ensoniq for You could probably build a K6-2 system for practically nothing and have more speed and memory than you would ever need for DOS. Platinum 5.1 driversblw9xup.exe [more] Windows 98 Sound Blaster Live!