ESS MAESTRO 2E DOS DRIVER DOWNLOAD

Any help would be eternally appreciated I’ll see if I can work on the problem tonight Find More Posts by Cyber-Monk. There is no material that is knowingly illegal here. I’ll try mailing Ensoniq today to see if they have an answer for me

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So is there any way to figure it out without installing Win 98?

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This is driving me nuts! This forum is for DOS games.

I have actually mailed Dell about this and posted on their forums, but they just ignored it Advertisement Guests Only Login or Register to remove this ad. I’m selling some stuff! Did you find that utility in one of the Win9x packages? Yes, it is inside.

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This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA. Thanks for the responses Monk.

The sound works as expected. I dps that you’re using the latest and greatest drivers from Dell. Im gonna live on but i’ll be gone any day. Find More Posts by Cyber-Monk. This site hosts no abandonware. Sep 7, Dec 9, Maybe there’s a command line switch for the DOS driver?

There has to be some utility that mastro set the volume in DOS Feb 17, Obviouslly there will be some like JEMM games and their ilk but most games should work fine. You’re perfect, yes it’s true Board index All times are UTC.

So everything is go except for the volume No sound in pure DOS.

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Sometimes going all the way is just a start Sep 8, Maestro 3i sound in DOS. I contacted Dell about jaestro same thing and just to confirm that Yes those buttons are strictly a hotkey for Windows.

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I’ll try the drivers today and post the results Find More Posts by James Crivellone. This happens on some chipsets. Yep, I do believe I’m using the latest drivers Well, as far as my knowledge goes, the hardware volume control ie.