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Midi player won't work; Wave works

Posted on 1998-03-19
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I was recently fooling around with a Dialogic voice board in my computer and after I disabled it, the sound card wouldn't work. Tried to reinstall the sound card and drivers. The wave files play just fine but the midi player won't work.
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by:rmarotta
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When you say you disabled it, do you mean that you removed it?
Check Device Manager for conflicts. (! in a yellow circle) If none, try re-installing multimedia from add/remove programs>windows setup in control panel.
Regards,
Ralph

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JBURGHARDT earned 50 total points
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Remove all drivers for your sound card then reboot your system then windows95 will ask you  for drivers load them from floppy or cd-rom
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by:rmarotta
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ggrayman,
Since you've already re-installed sound drivers, here are other things to try:
In control panel, multimedia, click the midi tab and see if your sound card's midi device is selected. Then, double-click speaker icon on taskbar for volume controls.  Click options and make sure your midi device is selected.
Hope it helps,
Ralph

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