I used that card for years after, in an old Pentium running Linux that I had as a spare computer. I do have a couple of old PCI soundblasters, I’ll have to check out the model numbers. The words and opinions expressed in the forums are neither endorsed nor supported by the owners of Bitbender Forums. They did not distribute them freely, a CD came with the card and that was that. Believe it or Not. All times are GMT
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Asd338a still have disks here for Windows 1. Had a rummage, clearout and made an inventory of all my old computer shit today. I still have a few customers that use Dos 6. I collect really old working laptops for them. I kerfuffled around with it for a little bit, down memory lane, and came to the conclusion that oddly, Win 3. You could download a driver “update” on the web, but it was incomplete. There were basically three values to worry about. Azttech really aren’t “soundblasters” at all, but Ensoniq PCI sound cards after Creative bought them out and applied the Soundblaster name to them You can have lines to emulate a soundblaster along with the SB emulation driverwhen running in DOS Mode in Windows, but you won’t find legacy support asd338a them.
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But Doom played great on it. Believe it or Not.
These are the old soundcards I have: All times are GMT I actually covered that here, several years ago: Bitbender Forums makes no guarantee to the validity of any of the statements issued herein. I think I threw it out, but I had a good old fashioned legacy SoundBlaster 16 card.
I only used DOS 6. I appreciated that you could do that, even though it was archaic.
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When I first learned to compile kernels, it had no choice but to work because you hard coded those values right in the driver. Think I may have an old with cpu asc3388a memory in a teachest in my lockup as well.
It was still around in some academic areas. It’s kind azgech fun for a change to do it. I didn’t know that either, anywhere near “back then”.
The time now is It ran ok but couldn’t get audio or video drivers to work on the host Socket A machine.
Zema, the registry was indeed introduced in Windows 3. Originally Posted by floppybootstomp. I once built a computer that had a quad boot. I do have a couple of old PCI soundblasters, I’ll have to check out the model numbers. Twenty Years Later — days old. I didn’t know that, all I knew back then were ini and conf files. It was also possible to have it as a module, and specify the resources at module loading time Nowadays, the onboard audio is usually some aztrch of “Intel HD Audio” even if it’s not made by Intel and the fat las driver just probes awc338a the chips when it loads.
I used that card for years after, in an old Pentium running Linux that I had as a spare computer. Oh, and I have Windows 3.
I really would like to play Lxbs again, bought that for my kids when they were young but it only runs in Win 95, I’ve had no luck making it work in Win They did not distribute them freely, a CD came with the card and that was that.