Ennyah 3D Melody ALS 120 Download Drivers

Available 3 files for 3D Melody ALS 120
Company
Ennyah
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
Ennyah 3D Melody ALS 120
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 2000-XP
Version Driver
06.02
Size Driver
42Kb
File Name
als120w2kxp.exe
Company
Ennyah
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
Ennyah 3D Melody ALS 120
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98-Me
Version Driver
06.02
Size Driver
922Kb
File Name
als120w9x.exe
Company
Ennyah
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
Ennyah 3D Melody ALS 120
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows NT4
Version Driver
06.02
Size Driver
98Kb
File Name
als120nt4.exe

The following is the important information of Ennyah 3D Melody ALS 120 installation driver.



Driver Installation instructions for Sound Cards Only.
Important! These instructions may not be applicable to other audio devices.

  • Click on Download Now and a File Download box will appear.
    Select Save This Program to Disk and a Save As box will appear.
    Select a directory to save the driver in and click Save.
    Locate the driver file using Windows Explorer when the download has completed.

  • Running the downloaded file will extract all the driver files and setup program into a directory on your hard drive. The directory these driver are extracted to will have a similar name to the 3D Melody ALS 120 model that was downloaded (i.e., c:\3D Melody ALS 120). The setup program will also automatically begin running after extraction. However, automatically running setup can be unchecked at the time of extracting the driver file.

  • Turn your computer power off.

  • Connect the Ennyah 3D Melody ALS 120 to your computer.

  • Turn on your computer. When the 3D Melody ALS 120 is first connected to the your computer, the Windows dialog called "Add New Hardware Wizard" will appear automatically. (To display this dialog manually, you can choose the Start button and then Settings to access the Control Panel, and then double click on Add New Hardware. The Ennyah 3D Melody ALS 120 needs to be connected first.)

  • The Add New Hardware Wizard dialog box guides you through the driver installation process. Click on Next to move from step to step.

  • A dialog states "Windows will now search for any new Plug and Play devices on your system". Click Next.

  • A subsequent dialog gives you these options: Search for the best driver for your 3D Melody ALS 120 (Recommended) Display a list of all drivers in a specific location, so you can select the driver you want. Please accept the recommended choice by clicking on Next.

  • The Wizard will then search your hard drive for a file called ..... *****.inf (for example 3D Melody ALS 120.inf). This file contains all the information that Windows needs to install the correct device drivers.

  • If during installation in Windows, you will be prompted with a message warning that the driver software has not passed Windows Logo testing. Select Continue Anyway and proceed with the installation. The driver is completely tested and verified by Ennyah, and safe to use.

  • When you see the Completing the Found New Hardware Wizard screen, click Finish to complete the driver installation.

  • Once the installer has finished copying the files. You will see the Installation Complete screen. Click Finish.

  • Windows will automatically continue to install the driver for Ennyah 3D Melody ALS 120.

  • After you complete driver installations, you should restart your computer.

  • After restarting Windows, you will see the Ennyah 3D Melody ALS 120 panel icon in your system tray (lower right corner of your desktop). Click on the icon to open the Ennyah 3D Melody ALS 120 panel.

  • Search and consult the Readme file for additional installation drivers instructions for your 3D Melody ALS 120.



  • Go to Device Manager, check the devices under "Sound, video and game controllers". You will see the Ennyah 3D Melody ALS 120 if you have completed the installation process correctly. Your 3D Melody ALS 120 is ready to use.


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