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ASHLEY4



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ASHLEY4 24 Oct 2004, 19:35
If any one's has got a fm801 sound card, let me know as i have finished making a driver for the above sound card, you can test it.

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daneel



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daneel 25 Oct 2004, 00:43
Can you do any sound card driver ? Are you a specialist ?
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ASHLEY4



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ASHLEY4 25 Oct 2004, 02:33
Not from choice, because i am making my own OS and have lots of test pc, i wanted to see if i could make sound drivers for all of them, so i have gone through them 1 by 1.
Making a sound drivers is all down to how good the data sheet, manual etc is.
The more info the easier it is.
So as my drivers are assembled with fasm and use no OS pacific functions, they should be easy to convert to menuet.

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bestysst 25 Oct 2004, 05:15
[quote="ASHLEY4"]If any one's has got a fm801 sound card, let me know as i have finished making a driver for the above sound card, you can test it.

I have soundcard fm801
i may be testing your driver Smile
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ASHLEY4



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ASHLEY4 25 Oct 2004, 15:21
Thanks bestysst,
Here it is: , the size is because of winimage, that puts the image on a floppy for booting.
comes with a commandline cdplayer for testing.
Post and i will add the zip file
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axm



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axm 28 Dec 2004, 02:34
me too ASHLEY4
can you repost your driver for testing
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ASHLEY4



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ASHLEY4 28 Dec 2004, 03:57
Here is the test driver please could you give me, weather it work or not and you sound card details.
Thank you.
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Madis731



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Madis731 28 Dec 2004, 11:01
I've seen you releasing many drivers - how long do you write one?
Do you make them lite(?) I mean when they are in ASM and you write them so fast they should be small and fast aren't they?
Do you think I'm better off with certified drivers or can I get some performance issues resolved using your drivers on my say Windows or some other operationg system?

P.S. I found (maybe) an error in your readme:
"When finished you will not there is a com file..."
shouldn't it be
"When finished there is a com file..."
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daneel



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daneel 28 Dec 2004, 14:15
What about make some "sound blaster drivers". I have a SB Value. Its a very popular model. You can have compatibility for all SB Family!
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Madis731



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Madis731 28 Dec 2004, 15:16
Check out kxproject @ kxproject.com. I've been using it for a while now.
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ASHLEY4



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ASHLEY4 28 Dec 2004, 17:35
@Madis731, Me and a team are making our own OS, as part of that OS, we need to make sound drivers, and if we can help MenuetOS users with there sound, is that not a good thing ?.
You should use windows drivers for windows, as all we are doing with these simple drivers is turn the sound on and set the volume.
NOTE; On the floppy is not only a driver, but a cdplayer and a atapi driver and a mini OS.

@daneel, We have made a SB driver like the above, but most modern card need switching to SB compatibility and this is different on most cards, also i think MenuetOS has a SB driver ?.

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Madis731 28 Dec 2004, 21:35
Okey, that is clear for me now Smile, thx
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daneel



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daneel 28 Dec 2004, 22:07
Its soundblaster value (and newer) compatible whit SB16? I used for play old games but whit a emulator...
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axm



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axm 30 Dec 2004, 23:26
ASHLEY4 wrote:
Here is the test driver please could you give me, weather it work or not and you sound card details.
Thank you.


c ant find your file
sorry
my card
fortemedia 8011S-60
6CHANNEL SOUND
FM801-AS
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ASHLEY4



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ASHLEY4 31 Dec 2004, 00:02
When i try and uppload a file i get this error ?.
"Upload Error: Could not upload Attachment to ./files/fm801.zip. "
Crying or Very sad.

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DC740



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DC740 31 Dec 2004, 01:42
I had the same error when i was trying to upload a menuetos edition and my xs library
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