I'm attempting to setup FreeDOS, so I can play some older DOS games. What I seem to be having a problem with is that there's no sound.
This is my FDCONFIG.SYS:
!set dircmd=/ogn /4
MENU 1 - Load FreeDOS with EMM386, no EMS (most UMBs), max RAM free
MENU 2 - Load FreeDOS with EMM386+EMS and SHARE
MENU 3 - Load FreeDOS including HIMEM XMS-memory driver
MENU 4 - Load FreeDOS without drivers
1?DEVICE=C:\FDOS\BIN\EMM386.EXE NOEMS X=TEST
123?DEVICEHIGH=C:\FDOS\bin\cdrcache.sys FDCD0001 CDRCACH0 15000
SHELLHIGH=C:\FDOS\bin\command.com C:\FDOS\bin /E:1024 /P=C:\autoexec.bat
123?INSTALLHIGH=C:\FDOS\bin\lbacache.com 15000 TUNS
Only the first 3 options are available:
"MENU 1 - Load FreeDOS with EMM386, no EMS (most UMBs), max RAM free"
"MENU 2 - Load FreeDOS with EMM386+EMS and SHARE"
"MENU 3 - Load FreeDOS including HIMEM XMS-memory driver"
Do I need all of these?
Would someone be able to give me a basic config.sys, and autoexec.bat, that'd work in general?
And... one more thing. this PC is a Trigem Cognac, Pentium Celeron 667, with no sound card. I believe it uses AC'97 audio, which isn't Sound Blaster compatible.
Is there any way I could get sound in DOS games that require SB audio, like maybe through some type of emulation drivers?
Nevermind, I just went out and bought a used, working, FM sound card.
Edited by HardDriv'n, 13 June 2010 - 08:37 PM.