Board index All times are UTC. Somehow or another there is a conflict between the IRQ’s that the soundcard is using at least 2 of them I think, one for the soundcard itself and one for the DOS emulation that is conflicting with both windows and DOS. Getting Joystick To Work I tried loading the drivers from the floppy, still no success. Maxtor 40gb rpm Video: I had originally started out with the sound card in slot 1, which I found out was a no-no as it shares resources with the AGP card. It probably isn’t a “true” DOS game, as it also has the ability of being run in Windows 95, but it has the option and is recommended to be installed and run in DOS.
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Maxtor 40gb rpm Video: It works in Windows and it does work in a DOS window. No issue with the graphics, and the sound card was auto detected at least the parameters were, portinterrupt 5, DMA 1, using sound blaster emulation. That kind a worked, dound I had trouble loading the drivers for it.
Select all LH C: I was finally able to get the MX’s gameport and sound blaster emulation drivers to properly load after I reformatted and installed the 4.
Reading your last reply got me to thinking.
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Still no joystick, but at least the keyboard worked in DOS. Again, thanks for your help! It’s just above my head right now and there isn’t souhd lot of information on a setup like this out there to give me any direction. But if I boot into DOS, the keyboard doesn’t work.
It was a popular combo back in the day apparently.
Bought it on ebay and it came with a Diamond Monster sound, as well. I moved the sound card to slot 3, and low and behold, the gameport is now working and I have tusk2-c keyboard in DOS.
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I tried adding it both as a “2 axis 2 button” controller and a “Thrustmaster Flight Control System” controller. Yes, this is all bringing back memories from when I had a Windows 98 computer and I had a Windows 95 computer before that. It would seem as though there is a configuration issue with the MX card.
It probably isn’t a “true” DOS game, as it also has the ability of being run in Asis 95, but it has the option and is recommended to be installed and run in DOS. Finally I was able to get them set up correctly at least I think so.
Thanks in advance for any help!
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I have one of these, too. After install you are supposed to set up and configure the sound card and graphics. So i just went up and started looking through device manager to see if there were any conflicts. It’s funny how things have changed.
You might want to take a look: When I went to test the sound though, I was supposed to hear “Hondo” tuwl2-c something. There is no material that is knowingly illegal here. I had originally started out with the sound card in slot 1, which I found out was a no-no as it shares resources with the AGP card.
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I went ahead and let Windows load, then rebooted into DOS mode. Back then, stable boards capable of recording at low latencies without clicks and pops were few and far soudn and expensive. That’s why I chose the MX card. Now whether or not the joystick and sound is working in DOS can only be answered once I find one of my DOS games and load it onto the computer.
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In the “TMS” folder is a program called “Gameport.