I cant find that setting in my BIOS though. Users browsing this forum: I changed this in both autoexec. DOS Sound Blaster compatibility: I accidentally added the sound drivers to that default autoexec.

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Board index All times are UTC. However i guess that would not work in Win98 then so getting PCI working would be really good though. Now try if you still wish. After restart with F8 and “Command prompt only” i can see the sound card being initialized.

There might be workarounds for these problems, to allow more memory to work, but my recommendation is to start with only meg ram, at least while you are trying to work out your system. Which music mode should they be set to to sound the best? I disabled all unnecessary onboard devices to free resources like ports, built in audio etc.

So motherboard choice can be a big issue, especially as you get into the faster P4 systems. This site hosts no abandonware. Users browsing this forum: The Audigy seems to be the es1938z creative card that comes in low profile, I can see Win98 drivers exist, but does anyone know about SB16 emulation in DOS? Any tips for that? What about others I don’t know.


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No matter the settings used. At the moment what im trying to run is Duke 3D which works but obviously no sound.

I think I’ve seen an ESS one too. Google [Bot] and 3 guests. This site hosts no abandonware.

The card still works fine in Windows The only low profile soundcard I could find was the Audigy SE which doesn’t have Win98 drivers anyway. I think i really checked everywhere, too new mainboard?

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So I recommend setting up your config. Board index All times are UTC. There is no material that is knowingly illegal here.

Basement full of ancient PC stuff, starting to go through it. Can someone please advise? Maybe it’s possible to modify one of Terratecs Solo-1 cards to fit inside a case intended for low profile cards as it’s height is between low profile and full height.

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I accidentally added the sound drivers to that default autoexec. Maybe the best solution is to partition the disk and install dos 6. I tried a driver i found online but it didnt work and im really struggling to find the correct one.


Most recently toyed with DOS era stuff 15 years ago, so memory might be rusty. Thanks a lot for the help! DOS Sound Ees1938s compatibility: This disclaimer is brought to you es1938ss to the BSA.

I changed this in both autoexec.