After a clean installation of OSR2, I can't successfully load the AWE64 software (supplied on CD) or the updated drivers from Creative's ftp site.
In both cases the machine reboots with the blue screen but it's too fast to catch the error message. The crash occurs directly after the software builds the Driver Information Database.
Also, if I try to remove the 16bit Audio driver from Device Manager the machine reboots; I've had to remove it from the registry directly.
I must have reinstalled OSR2 about a dozen times now trying different things and it's driving me up the wall so any help would be cheer me up no end.
Helmet, I'm going to post this as an answer as it is, indeed, correct in that the AWE64, in total, will not run within the 386 architecture. We can make the SB16 side run, as mentioned above, and which
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