January 23rd, 5. So is there any way to figure it out without installing Win 98? The time now is This forum is for DOS games. Board index All times are UTC. No sound in pure DOS. I’m not sure if the games still run using some of the DX acceleration features of the card or in software D3D
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You are logged in as. You’re perfect, yes it’s true Select type of offense: Originally Posted by joel i’m having the exact same problem with mandrake 9. No sound in pure DOS. Yes, it is inside. Visit the following links: Do I need to make it available to all users or is this way off-track?
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DOS support is offered by Windows esz. Post your question in this forum. I found that site but didn’t see any DOS drivers explicitly listed. This happens on some chipsets.
Board index All times are UTC. Click on the following links for the driver package readme info: What’s strange is that this card worked fine under Mandrake 9.
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I keep wondering why the video driver supports Direct3D in Windows 98, but not in Windows I’ll try the drivers today and post the results Your message has been reported and will be reviewed by our staff. This site hosts no abandonware. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. I’m not sure if the games still run using some of the DX acceleration features of the card or in software D3D Sexually explicit or offensive language.
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