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huguia

A lot of problems in Windows 98 SE

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huguia    0

I have a P4 with 1 GB Ram working perfectly with Windows 98 SE + SP 3 Beta 4

Although, i have several problems.

1st: Whenever I play a game, i don't get sound. Fifa 99/ fifa 98/ Ford Racing 2 and many more, and i don't get any sound. However, is MSDOS games such as Doom, i get a perfect sound.

2nd: How can I play .mkv movies with a clear image? Every time I try to watch, it just goes with a strange sound and the image is very slow.

Please Help Me!

EDIT:

3rd: Is there any way to identify the dial up drive i have installed in my computer? I need to configure it so I can go to the Internet on my Dreamcast, but i don't know what's the type of the drive

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submix8c    89

1a - SESP3 Beta 4 is just that... Beta!

1b - Do you have WDM drivers installed or VXD drivers for your sound? DOS Games uses an even different method for accessing Sound Card (nether WDM or VXD).

2 - No clue..., but have you checked your Video and Monitor Drivers? (see below...)

3 - This is not a "Members Project" problem. AFAIK, the SESP3 doesn't install "additional" drivers, only the "standard" drivers. Have you checked in Device Manager for functionality for your Sound Card (either Add-In or On-MoBo)? Do MP3's play? Do Audio CD's play?

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huguia    0

1a - SESP3 Beta 4 is just that... Beta!

1b - Do you have WDM drivers installed or VXD drivers for your sound? DOS Games uses an even different method for accessing Sound Card (nether WDM or VXD).

2 - No clue..., but have you checked your Video and Monitor Drivers? (see below...)

3 - This is not a "Members Project" problem. AFAIK, the SESP3 doesn't install "additional" drivers, only the "standard" drivers. Have you checked in Device Manager for functionality for your Sound Card (either Add-In or On-MoBo)? Do MP3's play? Do Audio CD's play?

Yes, I have WDM installed. I can reproduce sound with media player etc.All windows sound works perfectly (and youtube etc). Only when i open games it doesn't show any sound! All the drivers are correctly installed. The Sound Card is an onboard CMedia Wave Device.

And the graphic drivers are installed and working!

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submix8c    89

Not all C-Media drivers are created equal. I played heck finding the right ones for an add-in PCI. The one linked to above may/may not work...

You should be able to confirm exactly what it is by going into the Registry

Start->Run->(enter "regedit")->HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\ENUM\PCI\

and find the VEN_DEV value (beneath that you will find the descriptions - find the C-Media one).

Post the complete Ven_Dev string that you find...

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huguia    0

Not all C-Media drivers are created equal. I played heck finding the right ones for an add-in PCI. The one linked to above may/may not work...

You should be able to confirm exactly what it is by going into the Registry

Start->Run->(enter "regedit")->HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\ENUM\PCI\

and find the VEN_DEV value (beneath that you will find the descriptions - find the C-Media one).

Post the complete Ven_Dev string that you find...

You have a printscreen attached. What now?

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huguia    0

DONE! I reinstalled Direct X and updated it with June 2006 PAtch and it worked perfectly! Thanks!

The problems missing are:

How do i activate thumbnails in windows explorer

How do i set up my dial-up adaptor?

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