Posted by Sandy on November 29, 1999 at 06:53:57:
In Reply to: I got NOISE to WORK! Here's how I did it... posted by Everett Staley on May 19, 1999 at 21:45:07:
: I have a soundblaster 16 card, and also the ct-voice.drv file that's necessary for DMA noise emulation. But here's how you actually use it.
: I have the ct-voice.drv file in c:\sb16\drv directory. So, in my autoexec.bat file, I have the line:
: SET SOUND=C:\SB16
: (You do not need to put the drv directory; it looks there automatically.)
: And also of course I have the SET BLASTER line in my autoexec.bat file (Mine is SET BLASTER=A:220 I5 D1 H5 P330 T6).
: But that's not all, folks, after disappointing tries of trying to get noise to work, I found out that there are a couple of drivers that also need to be loaded from the config.sys file:
: DEVICE=C:\SB16\DRV\CTSB16.SYS /UNIT=0 /BLASTER=A:220 I:5 D:1 H:5
: (I assume that the /BLASTER variable settings should be the same as those in your autoexec.bat file.)
: So, by adding these lines to the autoexec.bat and config.sys files, and setting the v9t9.cnf file for +sbdma, it should work. Hopefully this works for many of you! :)
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