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I have a MediaMagic PCMCIA 16-bit Audio Board. The # of FCC ID # is LB5TEMPO.
Can somebody tell me where can I find a driver for this card under win. 95?
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http://www.iomagic.com/Download/portable_downloads.htm

The TEMPO PCMCIA driver is the appropriate one for your card.

It supposedly works with all versions of 95.

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I'm looking for driver to control my sound card.  On the page which you showed me are drivers for modems.  Does this also work for the sound card?  In my labtop I have a Megahertz 33.6 PC card modem it works very good. The sound card that I'm going to put in the second PCMCIA slot is Media Magic 16-bit audio board.  Before I download I want to be shure if this is a proper driver.
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Right below the modems is the Tempo soundcard driver. The link fod the driver diskette specifically is:
http://www.iomagic.com/Download/Portable/Tempo/TEMPO.ZIP

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Also on that page are a test program and some type of CIS updating software you should not need.
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Could  show me some audio software
which can I install (mixer) ?
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