Booting to previous version of DOS.
Posted on 1997-05-29
I have both Dos 6.22 with Windows 3.1 and Win95 on my system. A couple of months ago with help from this site I fixed a problem I was having with the sound bass and treble. What I did then was to download the lastest driver from Creative Labs and install it on my system. That did the trick. I think that this new problem is related to the eariler one.
I tried to boot my system to DOS the other day(for the first time since I installed the driver) using the f4 key at the "Starting Windows 95" message and it would not. What happens is that the system hangs after the following message.
"Himem is testing extended memory...done.
Plug and Play for MS-DOS and Windows Configuration Manager R.122
MS-DOS is a registered trademark......
Found Plug and Play ISA card: Creative SB16 PnP"
And here is where the system hangs. Could it be that the driver I installed is for Win95 only?