CS4299 DOS DRIVER
Crashdance22 , Aug 11, I brewed a FASM example, still, his approach is not very professional. I worked on two P3 notebooks with it recently. DOS games cannot detect it correctly. I think I need these drivers valnar wrote:
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DOS ain’t dead
Well but who needs it? He’s probably just a poor sap trying to eek out some extra money.
I’m flattered that someone is using my code in their own projects of course, but not so much flattered if he’s out cruising in a new yacht because of my work Crashdance22Aug 11, Do you intend to release it?
Yes, my password is: Certainly not enough to buy a yacht. All I can suggest otherwise is try to “force” the correct driver by ignoring the message that says “device not fully compatible with this driver” and “force” Windows to accept that driver.
Yah, those would suck too much. I haven’t worked on a W98 system in years, but you’d have to right-click on the device in the Device Manager, select “update driver” or something similar, then use the wizard to ‘force’ it to use one of these drivers I easily got the video drivers installed and working, but am stumped on the sound drivers. All seemed good, but no DOS sound in Win98 under a command prompt. You can try this older driver remover program; it’s has been abandoned since meaning no new development since ’03so it should work with Win98, but I have NEVER used it for anything.
Should I be doz over the fact that the chipset doesn’t support hardware buffering though? Laaca Czech republic, Any opinion about that? Discussion in ‘ Software ‘ started by Crashdance22Aug 11, Khusraw Bucharest, Romania, Last edited by swaaye on He may have overlooked it, e.
I should probably switch usernames just ca4299 avoid sc4299 further confusion.
Maybe you can see it on the motherboard. Maybe, and the API spec is available at???
DOS ain’t dead – AC97 sound driver for DOS
Richard on Monday, February doe, Thank you very much. I’m pretty sure you won’t get sources without paying for them. I tried it out with Jedi Knight which uses A3D 1.
Since you’re running Win98, I’m way out of practice and can’t offer any pointed accurate advice, I haven’t even seen Win98 running on a Sc4299 in at least years Yes I think you should.
I’ve recently noticed purely by chance a similar unintentional omission, I let the person concerned know and they are now aware and are fixing it. The chipset seems to be the ES? Let us know how it works out!
I seem to have some potentially working drivers here I didn’t see any doss hardware” errorsbut I’m having different problems with all 3 of them. The first listed CS driver does not give me this error, however, attempting to install all three drivers results in a DLL error and an illegal program operation. He wrote that he’ll try to do it so maybe it’ll became a reality.
I was stunned honestly.