You might want to try a different set of speakers or headphones, just to make sure it isn’t a problem of your current speakers. This site hosts no abandonware. Not sure what could be causing your problem there. If I find it, I’ll upload here. I thought Windows 98 would already support the joystick.
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Band in a box. Anything sequenced by Jeremy Dimmick I’ve been too busy yesterday and today, but I’ll try testing tonight.
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No idea where the CD currently is, however.
Creative Worldwide Support > Sound Blaster AWE64 Gold
I vaguely remember having problems with joysticks on AWE64 under Windows Without drivers, it won’t work and in plain DOS, it will not work at all. This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA. The issue was that Windows installs Microsoft’s gameport drivers that don’t work and stay installed even after you install AWE64 drivers from Creative disk.
I thought Windows 98 would already support the joystick. I’ll try removing the Microsoft gameport driver like you suggest.
System says the card is working properly but no sound.
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Probably should upgrade but just buiding up a system from spare parts for xl friend. Return to General Old Hardware. Use “speaker out” for the headphones ; if memory serves correctly, ISA Soundblasters have their own amplifier for passive speakers and headphones on that output. Not sure what could be causing your problem there. Board index All times are UTC.
Tue Jul 29, 7: Band in a box! I was able to edit your 55MB.
I guess the LS was awf64 “value” card or something like that. Wow that’s some amazing information right there I think the author uploaded the wrong file.
It’s a real joy to work with, partly thanks to Vista as pipe cleaner. Had a look on the Creative support site and found the basic wwe64 thrills” drivers for Windows 7 64 bit.
This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA. Never played with them though. It’s probably not much help, but since you asked, to zwe64 knowledge there aren’t WinXP incompatibilities with ISA cards.
Any help would be great I know Windows 98 supports this joystick, but does the sound card have support?
SB AWE64 Gold/CT and Windows XP – Ars Technica OpenForum
I had been using a Soundblaster 16 PnP card when XP was released, and it was recognized and functioned without any issue. Looks like it does! Has this been seen before? They actually look quite alike.