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Zup Oldbie Posts: 968Joined: 2003-10-04 @ 12:16 Top Re: Ensoniq Maestro Compatibility by HunterZ » 2005-12-08 @ 20:42 Did some Google searching... Find More Posts by Cyber-Monk Cyber-Monk's System Specs Sep 6, 2000, 07:56 AM #2 RAGE LT MAN The guy sent to get ya... To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. I have found one page ith drivers for your sound card.
Sometimes going all the way is just a start... P.S.: I keep wondering why the video driver supports Direct3D in Windows 98, but not in Windows 2000... vogons.org will not be held responsible for users' posts. Sign in to continue to Docs Enter your email Find my account Sign in with a different account Create account One Google Account for everything Google About Google Privacy Terms Help
But I don't really remember any issues with 9x command prompt. My sound card is a ES1978 (ESS Maestro 2E, I wrote I had a Maestro 2, sorry), not a ES1868. I tried out to load drivers like aecu.sys /essolo.sys and mastro.com or essolo.com for instance withing config.sys or autoexec.bat but still the game cannot recognize the card though it would if Niezgodka Member Posts: 101Joined: 2014-3-06 @ 02:34 Top Re: ESS (not Ensoniq) Maestro-2 Compatibility by collector » 2015-6-25 @ 04:54 This is a 10 year old thread.
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I never had personal experience with this particular chip but there is a good chance that there is DOS driver buried somewhere in Win95/98 drivers. HunterZ l33t++ Posts: 6045Joined: 2003-1-31 @ 19:04Location: Seattle Top Re: ESS (not Ensoniq) Maestro-2 Compatibility by vasyl » 2005-12-09 @ 04:58 HunterZ: Yes, it is inside. Find More Posts by Cyber-Monk Cyber-Monk's System Specs Advertisement (Guests Only) Login or Register to remove this ad Sep 6, 2000, 09:44 AM #4 RAGE LT MAN The guy sent I'm not using a DOS box under windows (the app cannot run under a DOS box).
- Also, I found ESS drivers page: http://www.esstech.com/techsupp/drivers.shtm It seems ESS never released generic pure DOS drivers for PCI chipsets, and Toshiba doesn't have DOS drivers either.
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- vasyl Oldbie Posts: 680Joined: 2005-3-27 @ 04:53 Top Re: ESS (not Ensoniq) Maestro-2 Compatibility by HunterZ » 2005-12-08 @ 23:51 Renamed the thread to reflect this info (Zup, I hope
You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Results 1 to 4 of 4 Thread: DOS driver for soundcard ESS Maestro2e (ES1978) Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Search Thread Advanced Search Display Linear Mode The driver package contains some utility called maestro.com which looks like DOS initialization/Soundblaster emulation tool. I checked the net and found the syntax for it: SET BLASTER=A220 I5 D1 T3 P330 H6 E620 A220 = Port Address (in this case 220h) I5 = Interrupt (in this
I have traveled across the universe and through the years to find Her. useful reference Good luck! Join Date: Feb 2000 Location: Right behind you... Try the official site http://www.esstech.com/techsupp/drivers.shtm#pci.
Find More Posts by Cyber-Monk Cyber-Monk's System Specs Sep 8, 2000, 09:26 AM #8 me Posts: n/a Maybe there's a command line switch for the DOS driver? Zup Oldbie Posts: 968Joined: 2003-10-04 @ 12:16 Top Re: ESS (not Ensoniq) Maestro-2 Compatibility by DosFreak » 2005-12-10 @ 22:31 Shouldn't your games work fine under Windows 98SE command prompt? vasyl: I found that site but didn't see any DOS drivers explicitly listed. my review here Do not copy or redistribute in any form!
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Or maybe you could use a generic program for Sound Blasters? Game Acronym ListDosBox CVS BuildsDosBox Feature Request ThreadDosBox FAQPC Game Compatibility List"People like coldplay and voted for the nazis, you can't trust people." DosFreak l33t++ Posts: 9376Joined: 2002-6-30 @ 16:35Location: Either let me fly, or give me death. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?
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Unless someone knows of an app with which I can set the Maestro 2E's volume under DOS... It's been a loooooong time since I played games in Win98 command prompt (and since I had an ISA card I simply played them in real ms-dos instead). I have actually mailed Dell about this and posted on their forums, but they just ignored it... Helpme!, Aug 8, 2008, in forum: Motherboard General Discussion Replies: 0 Views: 2,611 Helpme!
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