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Is it possible to set up two similar kind of devices in Windows 95?
e.g: I want to install 2 video capture board into my machine.
If it is possible how I can do it?

Thankyou for any helps.
tarto
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Yes, if the hardware have setup possibilities for a different port, irq and dma channels. In this case You will have a two different hardver element. Eq if You have two network card, for a different network segment, You can use this paralelly.
The Windows 95 can handling two capture board too, but some capture software can handling only the default board.
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