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Installing Pro Sound under Win3.1

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I have installed Soundpro software for my Sound Pro
card under Win3.1
I installed from de CD Rom what was included the sytem.
It is working good only when I started the Mixer and
Volume Control I get the message " No Mixer Control aviable"
and "No Volume control Aviable". So I can not hear the Music CD on my system. The another sound are working good.
What is the problem ? Maybe I need some driver for this but
I don't which one and how to installed this.
I use ESS_1869 dir from the CD Rom (Version V1.5)
Please help me.

Jos van Ras
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You need to add the driver for the sound card. You have only added the software, not the drivers. In the Main group - Control Panel - Drivers, click on Add, then Unlisted or Updated Driver. Type the drive letter and directory name where the sound card driver is ( In this case, probably "d:\ess_1869"). Click OK and browse the CD to find your sound card. Change any settings that are appropriate for your sound card and you will most definitely have to reboot to get things finally working. Also, do you have good speakers connected to the sound card? Not the cheesy ones off the motherboard.
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