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No Sound in Msdos Mode

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I have sound in Win95, but when I restart in Msdos mode I have no sound.  I have an Ensoniq sound card.(if that helps)
I also have a dual boot and I do have sound in a "true" dos
environment. At any rate, could someone help me to get sound
in the Msdos mode of Win95?
Thanks!!!!
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open the file called "config.dos" in notepad, see any lines referring to your sound card here? copy them & paste them into your "config.sys". open the file called "autoexec.dos" in notepad, copy any soundcard lines from here also. if you do not have a file called "dosstart.bat" in your windows directory, create a new notepad document, paste in the lines from the autoexec.dos & save as "dosstart.bat" in your windows directory. reboot your machine & try now.
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I would like to thank Icon for his/her help!  The advise given was great and it worked!!!!
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