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Ensoniq ES1370 DOS drivers

Agent Orange

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Looking for Ensoniq ES1370 PCI DOS drivers for my PIII project. Any help would be much appreciated. :p
 

Agent Orange

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http://dosmame.mameworld.info/index.php/Downloads

Choose either sblive or sbpci depending on whether you have the Ensoniq or the Creative model card

Marco:

Thanks for the tip on the DOS audio drivers - you saved me a lot a search time as I've been coming up dry for several days now. Seems all the purported DOS drivers that I found were, in fact, WIN 31/95/98 and such. BTW, kudos on your site - really nice work.
 

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Thanks, I've been updating it periodically and a lot of work has gone into it so I'm glad you like it. BTW, I have the same exact card and I have been looking for drivers for the past few days also. In fact, I found that about 5 minutes before I came upon this thread!
 
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Agent Orange

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Thanks, I've been updating it periodically and a lot of work has gone into it so I'm glad you like it. BTW, I have the same exact card and I have been looking for drivers for the past few days also. In fact, I found that about 5 minutes before I came upon this thread!

Well, what's going on with this is that I'm putting together a PIII using a FIC FW37T mobo. This build has on-board AGP2 as well as the audio. The HD is partitioned off with the nominal 2 GB for DOS 6.2 and the rest supports Xp pro. It goes without saying that the on-board audio will go unsupported in DOS, hence the Ensoniq. However, when booting into Xp, the system found the board and even installed the correct driver - too bad it won't be used in Xp. I'm using one of the precious 3 PCI slots for an Nvidia GEforce 5500 w/256 MB. A test run on Doom looks pretty good with the attached Dell LCD 15 incher. Hopefully, with a few tweaks, I can get the audio up and going with your driver. BTW, I'll post a review of this build when it's completed.
 
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