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AWE32/64 Control Panel

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I want to add AWE32/64 Control Panel to my program. Please answer to this question with an example or a link to page that explains how I can manage that.
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nils pipenbrinck earned 50 total points
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Maybe this is completely false, but if the AWE control can be
executed from the System control panel you can do it this way:

use winexec to start control (in the windows directory) and pass the name of a .CPL file as an argument. The normal .CPL's can be found in the system directory. You might try MMSYS.CPL (that's the multimedia control panel).

Regards,
  NIls
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by:HarisIV
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Your answer seems to work, but because I don't have the AWE32 card I want from someone who have the AWE32 or AWE64 card to send me the name of the CPL file and his opinion.
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by:nils pipenbrinck
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Hm.. To bad. I don't have a AWE. I'm verry happy with my Gravis Ultrasound, but maybe you ask in a newsgroup if someone sends you the file.

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