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M!kro$



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M!kro$
As I can define presence of the sound device
Post 15 Nov 2004, 11:29
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bubach



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bubach
What excatly are you talking about? Smile
Post 15 Nov 2004, 11:44
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M!kro$



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bubach wrote:
What excatly are you talking about? Smile


Whether I want to learn there is a sound device or it is not present
Post 15 Nov 2004, 11:47
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bubach



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Aha.. Smile
It depends on what kind of sound device you want to check.
The most classic is problably adlib/soundblaster, wich has most example sourcecode.
You could also have a look on ashley4's source for ac97 boards..

/ Christoffer
Post 15 Nov 2004, 13:05
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