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I just installed windows NT 3.51 and have a SoundBlaster AWE32 sound card installed. I am running a dual boot system between Workstation and server 3.51 and windows 95. The sound card works with 95, but how can I configure it for NT?

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Have a look at www.creaf.com - they have a driver for the AWE32 for Win NT.
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