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Does anyone know where to get Windows 98 drivers for a Yamaha soundcard - chipset described as Yamaha OPL3-SAx
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Try the drivers for Win95, they should be compatible.
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I tried the W95 drivers, but W98 just says there are no suitable drivers on the W95 CD which came with the soundcard.  I can force an installation by running the sound card's setup.exe, but the prog. then does not function properly - which is why I think I need W98 drivers for an Yamahah OPL3-SAX chipset.  D.
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Thanks. Updated drivers obtained as noted above.   dan.
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