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There are drivers for Win3.11, but they don´t really work.
It´s the same with the win95 soundblaster/windows sound system drivers. Probably the problem is caused by my PCI bus, because the soundcard is a ISA 16bit one. How can I
configure specifically which ports are used by an ISA card
attached to the PCI bus?
Are there any drivers specifically for win95?
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It's not quite clear what your question is precisely...
Do you seek drivers for a Soundblaster clone ?
Or do you have a IRQ or DMA conflict?

Please be more specific

TeRReF
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by:bunk
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I'm sorry, I forgot to mention my soundcard's name, MIRO pcm1 pro. But I sent a mail to MIRO and they simply gave me the WIN95 driver. Now it works. The only problem is that the initial
volume setting is 100/100 -> full. But thank you...
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