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• View topic – FreeDOS audio under virtualbox
So it really makes soujd sense to run Freedos directly on a really old machine, where the hardware is still there, and use something else on your too modern for DOS laptop. HiPhish HiPhish Sorry, data for given user is currently unavailable. BAT that should work for you.
This would feel more bpaster. Support Game technical issues. And that is the question of the day: Sorry, data for given user is currently unavailable. Could this be done with legacy hardware calls caught and handled in software? A program which can emulate sound cards floppy drives emulation etc.
No soundblaster under FreeDOS vm
DOS programs expect to access the hardware directly. Your cart is empty. I don’t see it would be a useful codebase to build on if that’s the goal. I also edited the startup so that it runs Dosbox directly on boot. I think i have problem. Attach the freedis here.
audio – Use DOSBox’s SB16 Emulation in real DOS? – Super User
DOSBox is easier, just install and run till you die. Navigation Main page Recent changes Random page Help. Nov 2 ’16 at I’m not trying to achieve some sort of “DOS audio” as if it were a thing itself.
I will have to look into these.
Anyway, I can understand if the problem is impossible to resolve without better diagnostics Try adjusting the terms of your search, you can search by game titles, publishers, and developers.
I’ve been using the PC Speaker for sound effects, and I love the general feel of the bleep bloop waaaamp sound effects, I’ve even been using MIDIPlayer to listen to MIDI versions of game soundtracks when I’m not actively playing them, however there is one giant caveat: Google [Bot] and 1 guest. This is similar to comparing “Windows XP, or Boaster