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crash. It works fine, but I want something better. It apparently needs drivers for Adlib sound (e.g. marcov 10.09.2010, 09:27 @ Japheth Sound card for MS-Dos 6.xxPost reply > > Do you have a link to the thread? > > See http://www.japheth.de/Download/DOS/ and look for something with SB*

Skip to content Advanced search Board index ‹ Marvin, the Paranoid Android ‹ General Old Hardware Change font size FAQ Register Login Recommend a PCI Sound Card for DOS Discussion about And then coding of own BIOS would be total mess. Any ideas about that? Although up til now I haven't known what it was for.

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Back to top Giana BrotherMaster of C64Joined: 21 May 2009Age: 42Posts: 1210Location: UK London Posted: Tue Nov 11, 2014 8:34 pm Post subject: Not answering the OP (so useless input) but Maybe I'll look around for the one your talking about. Newbie Posts: 97Joined: 2004-6-04 @ 10:49 Top Reply with quote Re: Recommend a PCI Sound Card for DOS by Dominus » 2008-5-24 @ 14:55 If you are looking for current I got one of those with some SIMMs installed on it.

I do need help on those dos questions though...are there any links to where I can find out any info about dos compatibility? Goto page 1, 2Next Commodore 64 (C64) Forum Index -> Chit Chat View previous topic :: View next topic Author Message bangdotGroupieJoined: 28 Aug 2011Posts: 170 Posted: Tue Remove all cards except SB16 and graphics card. Ct4170 This is written in manual: The ETX-DC® is usually equipped with a PCI2ISA bridge which does not support DMA transfers; therefore e.g.

if so, maybe yes.... In general, the ideal is an ISA sound card. Energy efficient with buck converters instead of LM7805's. http://www.bttr-software.de/forum/board_entry.php?id=8702 I think they're both good cards, but the later one is much easier to find.

How ever, sb32, 64 and live have fully back support for dos ISA card. Sound Blaster 16 Will it have 100% compatibility with all Dos software? I find Creative Sound Blasters a pain in the butt to set up. I got my prototype core 2 quad from the recycler 2 years ago for $150, when the equivalent production model was still $1200 in stores.

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Speaking of which, I know this is a dumb question, but when would you have been able to buy a PC of these specs? http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000360.htm Modify what is needed if you have jumpered your card differently. Yamaha Ymf724 I realize you've already invested a bit in this but it's yours for $5 plus shipping if desired, since I see you're having...unpleasantness with a PnP model. (I'm having a rather Ensoniq Audiopci Read this http://www.intel.com/design/intarch/papers/318244.pdf I still have lying this piece of crap http://rayer.ic.cz/hardware/commp4la.htm at home without use for which I spent a lot of money but against all effort I was not

For every game, you need to select which irq the sound uses, it is really no matter if the soundcard uses isa or pci. That works for model CT4750 I believe. This is not a driver, but does initialize and configure the sound card every time the system is restarted. SB16 can't do stereo sound when emulating SB Pro. Sound Blaster Live Dos

What should I do? So I aimed too high then? This behaves like an ISA Sound Blaster card, as it requires no drivers, but has 16-bit audio and good sounding Yamaha FM synthesis. On the other hand, the right drivers must be there, because when I set the game up as if I was using a Soundblaster (or SB Pro) I get vocals and

So for sure, you're going to want an MT-32. Awe32 Skip to Main Content Search Help Tips Dictionary History Forums Contact You are here: Help > Hardware Help > Sound Card Help How to get sound in MS-DOS For the sound I've also heard some people get the DB50XG.

As I said, this will not work.

With either umbpci.sys or emm386.exe, I can load it high. Barney kishyNovember 14th, 2009, 09:02 PMWell, my AWE64 Gold arrived in the mail today and I must say that I am very very disappointed with it. There are lots of little quirks to owning an MT-32. Gravis Ultrasound So far, none of my PCI sound cards achieve this.

It's the best Sound Blaster (AWE32). Should I have bought something older for Windows 98 and MS-DOS games? Of course, this means that the AWE32 was already initialized when modified autoexec.bat was executed. DOSEMU is much faster (V86) but "somewhat" less compatible with things that fiddle with ports (SB).

Back to home page DOS ain't dead Forum index page Log in | RegisterSearch: Back to the board Thread viewMix viewOrder kithylin 08.09.2010, 01:41 Sound card for MS-Dos 6.xx(Users)Post reply Hello circuits and PCB layouts but such thing would take a year to get some working prototype, depends on time. Messages: 21,272 Joined: Feb 19, 2007 PsychoStreak said: ↑ DB50XG works great paired with an SB16. Post a reply 45 posts • Page 1 of 3 • 1, 2, 3 Reply with quote Recommend a PCI Sound Card for DOS by crash. » 2008-5-24 @ 09:29 Greetings,

This breaks accessing sound cards by expecting to have a Sound-Blaster-compatible card, which, some people will assure you, is the native way of sound card access in DOS.---l RayeR CZ, 11.09.2010, Also while were at it - what is the ideal joystick. For XT and 286 i would use CT13xx models (SB 1.0...2.0 and SB Pro 1). If not - these are my suggestions for you.

The drivers are always not 100% compatible (SB AudioPCI and Live! Old ThrashbargNovember 6th, 2009, 01:11 PMIf you just want one card, a plug it in and go sorta thing, the AWE32 is a good choice. It sounds like complete crap when it comes to FM Synthesis because there is none. Diagnose would have been more logical since SB16 don't have aweutil at all.

Nothing else is needed. Nil Newbie Posts: 6Joined: 2008-6-09 @ 13:18 Top Reply with quote Re: Recommend a PCI Sound Card for DOS by crash. » 2008-6-11 @ 01:40 The Yamaha YMF724 seems to When I get in 2000 a new 1GHz Athlon which didn't have any ISA slot, I spend too much time to understand that I wouldn't be able to make serious dos It should be called ESSCFG.EXE.

Back to top grande316Master of C64Joined: 29 Oct 2011Age: 39Posts: 1466Location: The Coastal Town of Baraboro (Perth, Western Australia) Posted: Wed Nov 12, 2014 1:46 pm Post subject: AWE32. I use Aurael Vortex.. Newbie Posts: 97Joined: 2004-6-04 @ 10:49 Top Reply with quote Re: Recommend a PCI Sound Card for DOS by eL_PuSHeR » 2008-5-24 @ 10:19 I have got an Athlon 800Mhz I was considering a downgrade to a Pentium II, since I have one lying in a box).

I am a little weary about Sound Blasters though. Heck, it's one of the few joypads you could play RoTT with.