I-OMagic MagicSound 16 Download Drivers

Available 17 files for MagicSound 16
Company
I-OMagic
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
I-OMagic MagicSound 16
Description
DR-SK803 Opti931
Operating Systems
MS-Dos
Size Driver
1.8Mb
File Name
magicsound16opti931dos.exe
Info
1. DRIVER INSTALLATION

Insert the sound card into your system and power on the computer.
Windows 95 will detect the sound card and prompt you for the
driver. Insert the driver diskette into the floppy drive. Windows
95 will step through the installation procedure.

Notes:
- The MagicSound16 is a Plug-and-Play audio device. It consists of a
number of logical devices that could be detected and reported by
Windows 95. These devices are:
. Gameport Joystick : Joystick interface
. OPTi Plug-N-Play MPU-401 : MPU-401 interface
. OPTi Plug-N-Play Sound System : Audio device
. (optional) Standard IDE/ESDI Hard Disk Controller

- If there is no audio device installed in the system before,
Windows 95 would prompt user to insert the Windows 95 CD to
add related audio utilities (like volume control, sound recorder,
etc.) into your system.
2. RESOURCE RECONFIGURATION

The MagicSound16 sound device is a fully Plug-N-Play device. Windows 95 can
detect its available resources and allocate them on-the-fly in the
installation sequence. In some rare cases, however, resource conflict
could occur and it is flagged by the yellow exclamation mark shown at the
Device Manager of the Windows 95.

To resolve the conflict, click on the SYSTEM icon in the Control Panel
folder and choose Device Manager. From Device Manager, double click
the "Sound, video and game controller" category and the list of
installed devices will be displayed. Double click on the device with
yellow exclamation mark. Choose Resource. Determine the conflict cause
thru the hints shown in the "Conflicting device lists". Change the
resource (e.g. I/O address, DMA, IRQ) accordingly. The resource
setting will be reconfigured.


3. AUDIO CONFIG IN WINDOWS 95's DOS BOX

The audio device's configuration is valid in both Windows 95 and dos box.
The majority of the audio applications should be running fine in DOS box.
It was found, however, that certain soundblaster games could launch from
dos box but failed to produce digital sound or FM music. These games could
not use the pre-assigned resources but intead expect the popular
soundblaster settings,i.e., IRQ=5 DMA=1 I/O=220h. As a result, the resource
mismatch causes the problem. To correct it, make sure the games' setting
match the assignment shown at Device Manager.


To find out what resources are currently assigned to the sound card,
proceed to open the properties box associated with the "OPTi
Plug-N-Play Sound System" (Control Panel / Device Manager, under
"Sound, video and game controller" category) and select the Resource
tab. The third I/O Address range in the Resources box is used for
DOS games. The first Direct Memory Access is used for playback. We
recommend you select the following resources:
Input/Output Range: 220
Interrupt request: 5 or 7
Direct Memory Access: 0 or 1

Choose these resources as appropriate and select OK. The Device
Manager will dynamically configure the hardware to use the resources
you've selected. At this point, you may setup your DOS game with the
settings which you have just chosen.
Company
I-OMagic
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
I-OMagic MagicSound 16
Description
DR-SK803 ALS 120
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Size Driver
76Kb
File Name
magicsound16alswin2k.exe
Info
[Version]
Signature="$CHICAGO$"
Class=MEDIA
ClassGUID={4d36e96c-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}
provider=%MSFT%
LayoutFile=layout.inf, layout1.inf, layout2.inf
DriverVer =01/24/2000,5.00.2183.1

[Manufacturer]
%ALIMfgName%=AvanceLogicInc
;;---------------------------------------------------------------;
;;
;; D E V I C E C A L L O U T S E C T I O N
;;

;; WDM_ALS120 miniport
[AvanceLogicInc]
%WDM_ALS120.DeviceDesc% =WDM_ALS120, ISAPNP\ALS0120_DEV0000
%ALS_FMSYN.DeviceDesc% =ALS_FMSYN, ISAPNP\ALS0120_DEV0001
%ALS_GAME.DeviceDesc% =ALS_GAME, ISAPNP\ALS0120_DEV0002
%MS_MPU401.DeviceDesc% =MS_MPU401, ISAPNP\ALS0120_DEV0003
;;---------------------------------------------------------------;
;;
;; D I R E C T O R Y S E C T I O N
;;
[DestinationDirs]
DefaultDestDir = 10,system32\drivers ; %SystemRoot%\system32\drivers
WDM_ALS120.CopyList = 10,system32\drivers ; %SystemRoot%\system32\drivers
ALS_FMSYN.CopyList = 10,system32\drivers ; %SystemRoot%\system32\drivers
MS_MPU401.CopyList = 10,system32\drivers ; %SystemRoot%\system32\drivers
JoyStick.CopyList = 11 ; %SystemRoot%\system for win9x
JoyStick.DeleteList = 11 ; %SystemRoot%\system for win9x

[PreCopySection]
HKR,,NoSetupUI,,1

;;---------------------------------------------------------------;
;;
;; D R I V E R C A L L O U T S E C T I O N
;;
;; ALS120 PnP IDs
[WDM_ALS120]
Include=ks.inf, wdmaudio.inf
Needs=KS.Registration, WDMAUDIO.Registration
CopyFiles=WDM_ALS120.CopyList
AddReg=WDM_ALS120.AddReg

[WDM_ALS120.Interfaces]
AddInterface=%KSCATEGORY_AUDIO%,%KSNAME_Wave%,WDM_ALS.Interface.Wave
AddInterface=%KSCATEGORY_RENDER%,%KSNAME_Wave%,WDM_ALS.Interface.Wave
AddInterface=%KSCATEGORY_CAPTURE%,%KSNAME_Wave%,WDM_ALS.Interface.Wave
AddInterface=%KSCATEGORY_AUDIO%,%KSNAME_Topology%,WDM_ALS.Interface.Topology

[WDM_ALS.Interface.Wave]
AddReg=WDM_ALS.Interface.Wave.AddReg

[WDM_ALS.Interface.Wave.AddReg]
HKR,,CLSID,,%Proxy.CLSID%
HKR,,FriendlyName,,%WDM_ALS.Wave.szPname%

[WDM_ALS.Interface.Topology]
AddReg=WDM_ALS.Interface.Topo.AddReg

;; warning!! must be "Topo" because "Topology" is too long
[WDM_ALS.Interface.Topo.AddReg]
HKR,,CLSID,,%Proxy.CLSID%
Company
I-OMagic
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
I-OMagic MagicSound 16
Description
DR-SK803 ALS 120
Operating Systems
Windows 3.X
Size Driver
729Kb
File Name
magicsound16alswin31.exe
Info
DOS and Windows 3.1 Installation for ALS120:
====================================================

[SETUP.EXE for Windows 3.1]

The SETUP.EXE is a Windows 3.1 setup program that installs DOS and Windows
3.1 drivers and utilities.

The user can run SETUP.EXE by selecting File|Run... and typing "A:SETUP" on
the command line under Windows 3.1 Program Manager, or by typing "A:SETUP" at
DOS prompt if Windows directory is in the PATH. The SETUP.EXE copies all the
DOS drivers and utilities to the directory that user specifies during the
setup program. All the Windows 3.1 drivers and VxDs are copied to the
Windows system directory. When the user installs the Avance Sound System
for the first time the A4CONFIG.EXE is started to configure the board setting
after the Setup program is finished.

[DOSINST.EXE for DOS Only installation]

The DOSINST.EXE is a DOS installation program that copies all the DOS drivers
and utilities to the directory that user specifies. When the user installs
the Avance Sound System for the first time the A4CONFIG.EXE is started to
configure the board setting after the Setup program is finished. DOSINST.EXE
can be installed by typing A:DOSINST.EXE at the DOS prompt.
Windows 95 installation procedure for ALS120:
=====================================================

1. After user installs the ALS120 sound card into the ISA slot in the
computer and powers on the system, Windows 95 will prompt user with a "New
Hardware Found" dialog box since the ALS120 sound card is ISA plug
and play. To install the Windows 95 drivers, select "Driver from disk
provided by hardware manufacturer" and click on OK.

2. Insert the "ALS120 DOS/Win3.1/Win 95 Drivers and Utilities" diskette
into the appropriate drive and select that drive from the prompted dialog
box and click on OK. Windows 95 will copy all the needed files and set up
all the logic devices on the board automatically.

3. Install the ALSRACK player by running the SETUP.EXE file (also provided
on the "ALS120 DOS/Win3.1/Win 95 Drivers and Utilities" disk) from
the Windows 95 Start menu|Run. This will create the Avance Sound Program
Group with the ALSRACK utility icon.
(See Appendix below for full descr of ALSRACK functions).
Troubleshooting:
================

This appendix provides some tips and information for some of the
problems you might encounter with your ALS120 sound card either during
installation or normal use.

[Problems in DOS]

Problem: Cannot load IDE CD-ROM drive.
Cause: IDE port is not enabled. Check the config.sys file under
C: root directory and you should see "device=c:\a4sound
\cdsetup.sys /P:xxx" before loading your CD-ROM driver.( xxx
is the base port of the sound card ). The cdsetup.sys
enables the IDE port.
Solution: Run C:\A4SOUND\A4CONFIG.EXE again and select the CD-ROM
IDE. When you leave the a4config program, device=c:\a4sound
\cdsetup.sys /P:xxx will be added to config.sys. Make sure
that this line is added before loading the CD-ROM driver.

Problem: No sound in a DOS application
Cause: There could be conflicts in the SB16 settings.
Solution: Rerun the C:\A4SOUND\A4CONFIG.EXE and try another Port,
DMA, or IRQ.
Company
I-OMagic
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
I-OMagic MagicSound 16
Description
DR-SK803 Crystal
Operating Systems
Windows 3.X
Size Driver
908Kb
File Name
magicsound16crystalwin3x.exe
Info
[Setup]
PackageName="CS4232 WSS 2.00 Windows 3.1 Software"
SetupName="CrystalWare Audio Setup"
SetupTitle="CrystalWare Setup",20
Caption="Crystal Ver. 2.00 Software"
SetupVersion="2.00"
SpaceRequired=2429040
FirstDisk=1
ConfigMode=0 ; Configure = 0, Fixed = 1
ConfigOptions=111 ; Off = 0, Options = 1, 2, 4, ...
Product=1 ; Kit type
DisplayNoPnPWarning=0 ; No = 0, Yes = 1
EnablePnP=1 ; No = 0, Yes = 1
InstallMPU401=1 ; No = 0, Yes = 1

; Ex. LaunchApp=notepad.exe,"readme.txt"
LaunchApp=
LaunchSet=
LaunchSetMsg=

[KeyFiles]
DriverFile=cwbaudi3.drv
VxdFile=cwbaudix.386
IniFile=cwbaudi3.ini
FmFile=cwbfm.drv
MidiFile=mpu401.drv
[Mixer]
CWDDOSMixer="&2\cwdmix /c=13 /l=13"

[sndsys.drv]
SingleModeDMA=0
; Generic = 0, WSS Compatible = 1
MsftHardware=0
MsftSupport=1
AutoSelect=0
MidiPlay=1
OldMSDosGameCompatibility=1
OldMSDOSGameIOAddress=220
BlasterSupport=CS4232
Duplex=Full
IOAddress=530
DMAADC=0
DMADAC=1
Interrupt=5
OEMHardware=
FMMixer=Line
CDMixer=Aux2
LineMixer=Aux1
BinFile="&2\cwdaudio.bin"

[mpu401.drv]
port=330
int=9

[cwbfm.drv]
portFM=388
int=0

[PNP]
WssIO=534
WssInt=5
WssDmaPlay=1
WssDmaCapture=0
SbIO=220
OplIO=388
OplInt=disable
GameIO=200
4232IO=538
Company
I-OMagic
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
I-OMagic MagicSound 16
Description
DR-SK803 Opti931
Operating Systems
Windows 3.X
Size Driver
2.5Mb
File Name
magicsound16opti931win3x.exe
Info
1. DRIVER INSTALLATION

Insert the sound card into your system and power on the computer.
Windows 95 will detect the sound card and prompt you for the
driver. Insert the driver diskette into the floppy drive. Windows
95 will step through the installation procedure.

Notes:
- The MagicSound16 is a Plug-and-Play audio device. It consists of a
number of logical devices that could be detected and reported by
Windows 95. These devices are:
. Gameport Joystick : Joystick interface
. OPTi Plug-N-Play MPU-401 : MPU-401 interface
. OPTi Plug-N-Play Sound System : Audio device
. (optional) Standard IDE/ESDI Hard Disk Controller

- If there is no audio device installed in the system before,
Windows 95 would prompt user to insert the Windows 95 CD to
add related audio utilities (like volume control, sound recorder,
etc.) into your system.
2. RESOURCE RECONFIGURATION

The MagicSound16 sound device is a fully Plug-N-Play device. Windows 95 can
detect its available resources and allocate them on-the-fly in the
installation sequence. In some rare cases, however, resource conflict
could occur and it is flagged by the yellow exclamation mark shown at the
Device Manager of the Windows 95.

To resolve the conflict, click on the SYSTEM icon in the Control Panel
folder and choose Device Manager. From Device Manager, double click
the "Sound, video and game controller" category and the list of
installed devices will be displayed. Double click on the device with
yellow exclamation mark. Choose Resource. Determine the conflict cause
thru the hints shown in the "Conflicting device lists". Change the
resource (e.g. I/O address, DMA, IRQ) accordingly. The resource
setting will be reconfigured.


3. AUDIO CONFIG IN WINDOWS 95's DOS BOX

The audio device's configuration is valid in both Windows 95 and dos box.
The majority of the audio applications should be running fine in DOS box.
It was found, however, that certain soundblaster games could launch from
dos box but failed to produce digital sound or FM music. These games could
not use the pre-assigned resources but intead expect the popular
soundblaster settings,i.e., IRQ=5 DMA=1 I/O=220h. As a result, the resource
mismatch causes the problem. To correct it, make sure the games' setting
match the assignment shown at Device Manager.


To find out what resources are currently assigned to the sound card,
proceed to open the properties box associated with the "OPTi
Plug-N-Play Sound System" (Control Panel / Device Manager, under
"Sound, video and game controller" category) and select the Resource
tab. The third I/O Address range in the Resources box is used for
DOS games. The first Direct Memory Access is used for playback. We
recommend you select the following resources:
Input/Output Range: 220
Interrupt request: 5 or 7
Direct Memory Access: 0 or 1

Choose these resources as appropriate and select OK. The Device
Manager will dynamically configure the hardware to use the resources
you've selected. At this point, you may setup your DOS game with the
settings which you have just chosen.

4. MPU-401 WAVETABLE CONFIGURATION

if you have a wave table device on board or attached to your
sound card, you should follow the recommended steps listed above but
check on the "OPTi Plug-N-Play MPU-401" device settings instead.
Company
I-OMagic
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
I-OMagic MagicSound 16
Description
DR-SK803 Opti925
Operating Systems
Windows 3.X
Size Driver
354Kb
File Name
magicsound16opti925win3x.exe
Info
1. DRIVER INSTALLATION

Insert the sound card into your system and power on the computer.
Windows 95 will detect the sound card and prompt you for the
driver. Insert the driver diskette into the floppy drive. Windows
95 will step through the installation procedure.

Notes:
- The 82C925 is a Plug-and-Play audio device. It consists of a
number of logical devices that could be detected and reported by
Windows 95. These devices are:
. Gameport Joystick : Joystick interface
. OPTi Plug-N-Play MPU-401 : MPU-401 interface
. OPTi Plug-N-Play Sound System : Audio device
. (optional) Standard IDE/ESDI Hard Disk Controller

- If there is no audio device installed in the system before,
Windows 95 would prompt user to insert the Windows 95 CD to
add related audio utilities (like volume control, sound recorder,
etc.) into your system.
2. RESOURCE RECONFIGURATION

The 82C925 sound device is a fully Plug-N-Play device. Windows 95 can
detect its available resources and allocate them on-the-fly in the
installation sequence. In some rare cases, however, resource conflict
could occur and it is flagged by the yellow exclamation mark shown at
the Device Manager of the Windows 95.

To resolve the conflict, click on the SYSTEM icon in the Control Panel
folder and choose Device Manager. From Device Manager,
double click the "Sound, video and game controller" category and the
list of installed devices will be displayed. Double click on the
device with yellow exclamation mark. Choose Resource. Determine the
conflict cause thru the hints shown in the "Conflicting device lists".
Change the resource (e.g. I/O address, DMA, IRQ) accordingly.
The resource setting will be reconfigured.


3. AUDIO CONFIG IN WINDOWS 95's DOS BOX

The audio device's configuration is valid in both Windows 95 and dos box.
The majority of the audio applications should be running fine in DOS box.
It was found, however, that certain soundblaster games could launch from
dos box but failed to produce digital sound or FM music. These games
could not use the pre-assigned resources but intead expect the popular
soundblaster settings,i.e., IRQ=5 DMA=1 I/O=220h. As a result, the
resource mismatch causes the problem. To correct it, make sure the
games' setting match the assignment shown at Device Manager.


To find out what resources are currently assigned to the sound card,
proceed to open the properties box associated with the "OPTi
Plug-N-Play Sound System" (Control Panel / Device Manager, under
"Sound, video and game controller" category) and select the Resource
tab. The third I/O Address range in the Resources box is used for
DOS games. The first Direct Memory Access is used for playback. We
recommend you select the following resources:
Input/Output Range: 220
Interrupt request: 5 or 7
Direct Memory Access: 0 or 1

Choose these resources as appropriate and select OK. The Device
Manager will dynamically configure the hardware to use the resources
you've selected. At this point, you may setup your DOS game with the
settings which you have just chosen.
Company
I-OMagic
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
I-OMagic MagicSound 16
Description
DR-SK803 Opti925
Operating Systems
Windows 95
Size Driver
354Kb
File Name
magicsound16opti925win95.exe
Info
1. DRIVER INSTALLATION

Insert the sound card into your system and power on the computer.
Windows 95 will detect the sound card and prompt you for the
driver. Insert the driver diskette into the floppy drive. Windows
95 will step through the installation procedure.

Notes:
- The 82C925 is a Plug-and-Play audio device. It consists of a
number of logical devices that could be detected and reported by
Windows 95. These devices are:
. Gameport Joystick : Joystick interface
. OPTi Plug-N-Play MPU-401 : MPU-401 interface
. OPTi Plug-N-Play Sound System : Audio device
. (optional) Standard IDE/ESDI Hard Disk Controller

- If there is no audio device installed in the system before,
Windows 95 would prompt user to insert the Windows 95 CD to
add related audio utilities (like volume control, sound recorder,
etc.) into your system.
2. RESOURCE RECONFIGURATION

The 82C925 sound device is a fully Plug-N-Play device. Windows 95 can
detect its available resources and allocate them on-the-fly in the
installation sequence. In some rare cases, however, resource conflict
could occur and it is flagged by the yellow exclamation mark shown at
the Device Manager of the Windows 95.

To resolve the conflict, click on the SYSTEM icon in the Control Panel
folder and choose Device Manager. From Device Manager,
double click the "Sound, video and game controller" category and the
list of installed devices will be displayed. Double click on the
device with yellow exclamation mark. Choose Resource. Determine the
conflict cause thru the hints shown in the "Conflicting device lists".
Change the resource (e.g. I/O address, DMA, IRQ) accordingly.
The resource setting will be reconfigured.


3. AUDIO CONFIG IN WINDOWS 95's DOS BOX

The audio device's configuration is valid in both Windows 95 and dos box.
The majority of the audio applications should be running fine in DOS box.
It was found, however, that certain soundblaster games could launch from
dos box but failed to produce digital sound or FM music. These games
could not use the pre-assigned resources but intead expect the popular
soundblaster settings,i.e., IRQ=5 DMA=1 I/O=220h. As a result, the
resource mismatch causes the problem. To correct it, make sure the
games' setting match the assignment shown at Device Manager.


To find out what resources are currently assigned to the sound card,
proceed to open the properties box associated with the "OPTi
Plug-N-Play Sound System" (Control Panel / Device Manager, under
"Sound, video and game controller" category) and select the Resource
tab. The third I/O Address range in the Resources box is used for
DOS games. The first Direct Memory Access is used for playback. We
recommend you select the following resources:
Input/Output Range: 220
Interrupt request: 5 or 7
Direct Memory Access: 0 or 1

Choose these resources as appropriate and select OK. The Device
Manager will dynamically configure the hardware to use the resources
you've selected. At this point, you may setup your DOS game with the
settings which you have just chosen.
Company
I-OMagic
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
I-OMagic MagicSound 16
Description
DR-SK803 Opti931
Operating Systems
Windows 95
Size Driver
1.8Mb
File Name
magicsound16opti931win95.exe
Info
1. DRIVER INSTALLATION

Insert the sound card into your system and power on the computer.
Windows 95 will detect the sound card and prompt you for the
driver. Insert the driver diskette into the floppy drive. Windows
95 will step through the installation procedure.

Notes:
- The MagicSound16 is a Plug-and-Play audio device. It consists of a
number of logical devices that could be detected and reported by
Windows 95. These devices are:
. Gameport Joystick : Joystick interface
. OPTi Plug-N-Play MPU-401 : MPU-401 interface
. OPTi Plug-N-Play Sound System : Audio device
. (optional) Standard IDE/ESDI Hard Disk Controller

- If there is no audio device installed in the system before,
Windows 95 would prompt user to insert the Windows 95 CD to
add related audio utilities (like volume control, sound recorder,
etc.) into your system.
2. RESOURCE RECONFIGURATION

The MagicSound16 sound device is a fully Plug-N-Play device. Windows 95 can
detect its available resources and allocate them on-the-fly in the
installation sequence. In some rare cases, however, resource conflict
could occur and it is flagged by the yellow exclamation mark shown at the
Device Manager of the Windows 95.

To resolve the conflict, click on the SYSTEM icon in the Control Panel
folder and choose Device Manager. From Device Manager, double click
the "Sound, video and game controller" category and the list of
installed devices will be displayed. Double click on the device with
yellow exclamation mark. Choose Resource. Determine the conflict cause
thru the hints shown in the "Conflicting device lists". Change the
resource (e.g. I/O address, DMA, IRQ) accordingly. The resource
setting will be reconfigured.


3. AUDIO CONFIG IN WINDOWS 95's DOS BOX

The audio device's configuration is valid in both Windows 95 and dos box.
The majority of the audio applications should be running fine in DOS box.
It was found, however, that certain soundblaster games could launch from
dos box but failed to produce digital sound or FM music. These games could
not use the pre-assigned resources but intead expect the popular
soundblaster settings,i.e., IRQ=5 DMA=1 I/O=220h. As a result, the resource
mismatch causes the problem. To correct it, make sure the games' setting
match the assignment shown at Device Manager.


To find out what resources are currently assigned to the sound card,
proceed to open the properties box associated with the "OPTi
Plug-N-Play Sound System" (Control Panel / Device Manager, under
"Sound, video and game controller" category) and select the Resource
tab. The third I/O Address range in the Resources box is used for
DOS games. The first Direct Memory Access is used for playback. We
recommend you select the following resources:
Input/Output Range: 220
Interrupt request: 5 or 7
Direct Memory Access: 0 or 1

Choose these resources as appropriate and select OK. The Device
Manager will dynamically configure the hardware to use the resources
you've selected. At this point, you may setup your DOS game with the
settings which you have just chosen.

4. MPU-401 WAVETABLE CONFIGURATION

if you have a wave table device on board or attached to your
sound card, you should follow the recommended steps listed above but
check on the "OPTi Plug-N-Play MPU-401" device settings instead.
Company
I-OMagic
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
I-OMagic MagicSound 16
Description
DR-SK803 Crystal
Operating Systems
Windows 95
Size Driver
466Kb
File Name
magicsound16crystalwin95.exe
Info
[Version]
Signature="$CHICAGO$"
Class=MEDIA
provider="Crystal Semiconductor"
LayoutFile=layout.inf

[ClassInstall]
AddReg=Class.AddReg

[Class.AddReg]
HKR,,,,%MediaClassName%
HKR,,Icon,,"-1"
HKR,,Installer,,mmci.dll

[Manufacturer]
%CSMfgName%=Crystal

[Crystal]
%*CSC0000.DeviceDesc%=CSC0000_Device, *CSC0000
%*CSCFFFF.DeviceDesc%=CSCFFFF_Device, *CSCFFFF
%*CSC0001.DeviceDesc%=CSC0001_Device, *CSC0001
%*CSC0010.DeviceDesc%=CSC0010_Device, *CSC0010
%*CSC0003.DeviceDesc%=CSC0003_Device, *CSC0003
%*CSC000F.DeviceDesc%=CSC000F_Device, *CSC000F
%*CSC0004.DeviceDesc%=CSC0004_Device, *CSC0004
;4235/39 devices:
%*CSC0000.DeviceDesc%=CSC0000_Device, *CSC0100
%*CSC0001.DeviceDesc%=CSC0001_Device, *CSC0101
%*CSC0010.DeviceDesc%=CSC0010_Device, *CSC0110
%*CSC0003.DeviceDesc%=CSC0003_Device, *CSC0103
%*CSC000F.DeviceDesc%=CSC000F_Device, *CSC010F
%*CSC0004.DeviceDesc%=CSC0004_Device, *CSC0104

; This was added since OSR2 does not support NODRIVER.INF. We basically
; treat CSC0002 and CSC0010 the same.
%*CSC0010.DeviceDesc%=CSC0010_Device, *CSC0002

; Special Mobile Triton I devnode.
%*CSC0011.DeviceDesc%=CSC0011_Device, *CSC0011
%*CSC0011.DeviceDesc%=CSC0011_Device, *CSC0111

;--------------------------------------------------------------------------

; To NOT install the 3d applet remove the Cwd3dsnd.CopyList and Cwd3dsnd.AddReg entries
; from the CopyFiles entry below.
[CSCFFFF_Device]
DelFiles=WSS.DelList
CopyFiles=WSS.CopyList,Windir.CopyList,Power.CopyList,Cwd3dsnd.CopyList
UpdateInis=WSS.UpdateInis
UpdateCfgSys=CWDINIT.UpdateCfgSys
reboot

; To NOT install the 3d applet remove the Cwd3dsnd.CopyList and Cwd3dsnd.AddReg entries
; from the CopyFiles and AddReg entries below.
[CSC0000_Device]
DelFiles=WSS.DelList
CopyFiles=WSS.CopyList,Windir.CopyList,Power.CopyList,Cwd3dsnd.CopyList
AddReg=WAVE.AddReg, MIXER.AddReg, CSC0000.AddReg, WSS.AddReg, Power.AddReg, Cwd3dsnd.AddReg
UpdateInis=WSS.UpdateInis
UpdateCfgSys=CWDINIT.UpdateCfgSys
;Uncomment the next line if you wish to use this .inf with NULL resources
;reboot

[WSS.UpdateInis]
system.ini,386Enh,"device=vsndsys.386"
system.ini,drivers,"wave*=sndsys.drv",,1
system.ini,drivers,"wave*=cs31ba11.drv",,1
system.ini,drivers,"wave*=cwdaudio.drv",,1
system.ini,drivers,"midi*=sndsys.drv",,1
system.ini,drivers,"aux*=sndsys.drv",,1
system.ini,drivers,"aux*=cs31ba11.drv",,1
system.ini,drivers,"aux*=cwdaudio.drv",,1
system.ini,drivers,"mixer*=sndsys.drv",,1
system.ini,drivers,"mixer*=cs31ba11.drv",,1
Company
I-OMagic
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
I-OMagic MagicSound 16
Description
DR-SK803 ALS 120
Operating Systems
Windows 95
Size Driver
729Kb
File Name
magicsound16alswin95.exe
Info
DOS and Windows 3.1 Installation for ALS120:
====================================================

[SETUP.EXE for Windows 3.1]

The SETUP.EXE is a Windows 3.1 setup program that installs DOS and Windows
3.1 drivers and utilities.

The user can run SETUP.EXE by selecting File|Run... and typing "A:SETUP" on
the command line under Windows 3.1 Program Manager, or by typing "A:SETUP" at
DOS prompt if Windows directory is in the PATH. The SETUP.EXE copies all the
DOS drivers and utilities to the directory that user specifies during the
setup program. All the Windows 3.1 drivers and VxDs are copied to the
Windows system directory. When the user installs the Avance Sound System
for the first time the A4CONFIG.EXE is started to configure the board setting
after the Setup program is finished.

[DOSINST.EXE for DOS Only installation]

The DOSINST.EXE is a DOS installation program that copies all the DOS drivers
and utilities to the directory that user specifies. When the user installs
the Avance Sound System for the first time the A4CONFIG.EXE is started to
configure the board setting after the Setup program is finished. DOSINST.EXE
can be installed by typing A:DOSINST.EXE at the DOS prompt.
Windows 95 installation procedure for ALS120:
=====================================================

1. After user installs the ALS120 sound card into the ISA slot in the
computer and powers on the system, Windows 95 will prompt user with a "New
Hardware Found" dialog box since the ALS120 sound card is ISA plug
and play. To install the Windows 95 drivers, select "Driver from disk
provided by hardware manufacturer" and click on OK.

2. Insert the "ALS120 DOS/Win3.1/Win 95 Drivers and Utilities" diskette
into the appropriate drive and select that drive from the prompted dialog
box and click on OK. Windows 95 will copy all the needed files and set up
all the logic devices on the board automatically.

3. Install the ALSRACK player by running the SETUP.EXE file (also provided
on the "ALS120 DOS/Win3.1/Win 95 Drivers and Utilities" disk) from
the Windows 95 Start menu|Run. This will create the Avance Sound Program
Group with the ALSRACK utility icon.
(See Appendix below for full descr of ALSRACK functions).
Troubleshooting:
================

This appendix provides some tips and information for some of the
problems you might encounter with your ALS120 sound card either during
installation or normal use.

[Problems in DOS]

Problem: Cannot load IDE CD-ROM drive.
Cause: IDE port is not enabled. Check the config.sys file under
C: root directory and you should see "device=c:\a4sound
\cdsetup.sys /P:xxx" before loading your CD-ROM driver.( xxx
is the base port of the sound card ). The cdsetup.sys
enables the IDE port.
Solution: Run C:\A4SOUND\A4CONFIG.EXE again and select the CD-ROM
IDE. When you leave the a4config program, device=c:\a4sound
\cdsetup.sys /P:xxx will be added to config.sys. Make sure
that this line is added before loading the CD-ROM driver.

Problem: No sound in a DOS application
Cause: There could be conflicts in the SB16 settings.
Solution: Rerun the C:\A4SOUND\A4CONFIG.EXE and try another Port,
DMA, or IRQ.
Company
I-OMagic
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
I-OMagic MagicSound 16
Description
DR-SK803 ALS 120
Operating Systems
Windows 98
Size Driver
729Kb
File Name
magicsound16alswin98.exe
Info
DOS and Windows 3.1 Installation for ALS120:
====================================================

[SETUP.EXE for Windows 3.1]

The SETUP.EXE is a Windows 3.1 setup program that installs DOS and Windows
3.1 drivers and utilities.

The user can run SETUP.EXE by selecting File|Run... and typing "A:SETUP" on
the command line under Windows 3.1 Program Manager, or by typing "A:SETUP" at
DOS prompt if Windows directory is in the PATH. The SETUP.EXE copies all the
DOS drivers and utilities to the directory that user specifies during the
setup program. All the Windows 3.1 drivers and VxDs are copied to the
Windows system directory. When the user installs the Avance Sound System
for the first time the A4CONFIG.EXE is started to configure the board setting
after the Setup program is finished.

[DOSINST.EXE for DOS Only installation]

The DOSINST.EXE is a DOS installation program that copies all the DOS drivers
and utilities to the directory that user specifies. When the user installs
the Avance Sound System for the first time the A4CONFIG.EXE is started to
configure the board setting after the Setup program is finished. DOSINST.EXE
can be installed by typing A:DOSINST.EXE at the DOS prompt.
Windows 95 installation procedure for ALS120:
=====================================================

1. After user installs the ALS120 sound card into the ISA slot in the
computer and powers on the system, Windows 95 will prompt user with a "New
Hardware Found" dialog box since the ALS120 sound card is ISA plug
and play. To install the Windows 95 drivers, select "Driver from disk
provided by hardware manufacturer" and click on OK.

2. Insert the "ALS120 DOS/Win3.1/Win 95 Drivers and Utilities" diskette
into the appropriate drive and select that drive from the prompted dialog
box and click on OK. Windows 95 will copy all the needed files and set up
all the logic devices on the board automatically.

3. Install the ALSRACK player by running the SETUP.EXE file (also provided
on the "ALS120 DOS/Win3.1/Win 95 Drivers and Utilities" disk) from
the Windows 95 Start menu|Run. This will create the Avance Sound Program
Group with the ALSRACK utility icon.
(See Appendix below for full descr of ALSRACK functions).
Troubleshooting:
================

This appendix provides some tips and information for some of the
problems you might encounter with your ALS120 sound card either during
installation or normal use.

[Problems in DOS]

Problem: Cannot load IDE CD-ROM drive.
Cause: IDE port is not enabled. Check the config.sys file under
C: root directory and you should see "device=c:\a4sound
\cdsetup.sys /P:xxx" before loading your CD-ROM driver.( xxx
is the base port of the sound card ). The cdsetup.sys
enables the IDE port.
Solution: Run C:\A4SOUND\A4CONFIG.EXE again and select the CD-ROM
IDE. When you leave the a4config program, device=c:\a4sound
\cdsetup.sys /P:xxx will be added to config.sys. Make sure
that this line is added before loading the CD-ROM driver.

Problem: No sound in a DOS application
Cause: There could be conflicts in the SB16 settings.
Solution: Rerun the C:\A4SOUND\A4CONFIG.EXE and try another Port,
DMA, or IRQ.
Company
I-OMagic
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
I-OMagic MagicSound 16
Description
DR-SK803 Crystal
Operating Systems
Windows 98
Size Driver
1.1Mb
File Name
magicsound16crystalwin98.exe
Company
I-OMagic
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
I-OMagic MagicSound 16
Description
DR-SK803 Opti931
Operating Systems
Windows 98
Size Driver
203Kb
File Name
magicsound16opti931win98.exe
Info
[version]
Signature="$CHICAGO$"
Class=hdc
provider=%OPTi%
LayoutFile=layout.inf

[DestinationDirs]
;DefaultDestDir = 11
OPT.CopyINF = 17 ; INF

[ClassInstall]
AddReg=HDC_Class

[HDC_Class]
HKR,,,,%HDCClassName%
HKR,,Icon,,-9

[Manufacturer]
%MfgName%=OPTiMedia

[SourceDisksNames]
1="OPTi 82C933 Plug-N-Play Multimedia Disk",,0001

[ControlFlags]
;CopyFilesOnly=*OPTFFFF
[OPTiMedia]
%*OPT0007.DeviceDesc%=OPT0007_Device, *OPT0007, *PNP0600 ;IDE
;%*OPTFFFF.DeviceDesc%=OPTFFFF_Device, *OPTFFFF

[OPT0007_Device]
LogConfig=OPTi0007.LC
AddReg=OPT0007.AddReg
CopyFiles=OPT.CopyINF

[OPT0007.PosDup]
*OPT0007

;[OPTFFFF_Device]
;LogConfig=OPTiFFFF.LC
;CopyFiles=OPT.CopyINF

[OPTi0007.LC]
ConfigPriority=NORMAL

[*OPT0007.det] ;ESDI Controller
LogConfig=OPTi0007.LC
AddReg = HDC_HW_REG

;[OPTiFFFF.LC]
;ConfigPriority=DISABLED

[OPT0007.AddReg]
HKR,,DriverDesc,,"ESDI Port Driver"
HKR,,DevLoader,,*IOS
HKR,,PortDriver,,ESDI_506.pdr

[HDC_HW_REG]
HKR,,NoSetupUI,,1

[OPT.CopyINF]
snd933p.inf,,
snd_aux.inf,,

[SourceDisksFiles]
snd_aux.inf=1
snd933p.inf=1
snd933p.vxd=1
snd933p.drv=1
sndopl3p.drv=1
sndm401p.drv=1
sndm401p.vxd=1
Company
I-OMagic
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
I-OMagic MagicSound 16
Description
DR-SK803 Opti925
Operating Systems
Windows 98
Size Driver
354Kb
File Name
magicsound16opti925win98.exe
Info
1. DRIVER INSTALLATION

Insert the sound card into your system and power on the computer.
Windows 95 will detect the sound card and prompt you for the
driver. Insert the driver diskette into the floppy drive. Windows
95 will step through the installation procedure.

Notes:
- The 82C925 is a Plug-and-Play audio device. It consists of a
number of logical devices that could be detected and reported by
Windows 95. These devices are:
. Gameport Joystick : Joystick interface
. OPTi Plug-N-Play MPU-401 : MPU-401 interface
. OPTi Plug-N-Play Sound System : Audio device
. (optional) Standard IDE/ESDI Hard Disk Controller

- If there is no audio device installed in the system before,
Windows 95 would prompt user to insert the Windows 95 CD to
add related audio utilities (like volume control, sound recorder,
etc.) into your system.
2. RESOURCE RECONFIGURATION

The 82C925 sound device is a fully Plug-N-Play device. Windows 95 can
detect its available resources and allocate them on-the-fly in the
installation sequence. In some rare cases, however, resource conflict
could occur and it is flagged by the yellow exclamation mark shown at
the Device Manager of the Windows 95.

To resolve the conflict, click on the SYSTEM icon in the Control Panel
folder and choose Device Manager. From Device Manager,
double click the "Sound, video and game controller" category and the
list of installed devices will be displayed. Double click on the
device with yellow exclamation mark. Choose Resource. Determine the
conflict cause thru the hints shown in the "Conflicting device lists".
Change the resource (e.g. I/O address, DMA, IRQ) accordingly.
The resource setting will be reconfigured.


3. AUDIO CONFIG IN WINDOWS 95's DOS BOX

The audio device's configuration is valid in both Windows 95 and dos box.
The majority of the audio applications should be running fine in DOS box.
It was found, however, that certain soundblaster games could launch from
dos box but failed to produce digital sound or FM music. These games
could not use the pre-assigned resources but intead expect the popular
soundblaster settings,i.e., IRQ=5 DMA=1 I/O=220h. As a result, the
resource mismatch causes the problem. To correct it, make sure the
games' setting match the assignment shown at Device Manager.


To find out what resources are currently assigned to the sound card,
proceed to open the properties box associated with the "OPTi
Plug-N-Play Sound System" (Control Panel / Device Manager, under
"Sound, video and game controller" category) and select the Resource
tab. The third I/O Address range in the Resources box is used for
DOS games. The first Direct Memory Access is used for playback. We
recommend you select the following resources:
Input/Output Range: 220
Interrupt request: 5 or 7
Direct Memory Access: 0 or 1

Choose these resources as appropriate and select OK. The Device
Manager will dynamically configure the hardware to use the resources
you've selected. At this point, you may setup your DOS game with the
settings which you have just chosen.
Company
I-OMagic
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
I-OMagic MagicSound 16
Description
DR-SK803 Opti931
Operating Systems
Windows NT
Size Driver
1.9Mb
File Name
magicsound16opti931winnt.exe
Info
1. DRIVER INSTALLATION

Insert the sound card into your system and power on the computer.
Windows 95 will detect the sound card and prompt you for the
driver. Insert the driver diskette into the floppy drive. Windows
95 will step through the installation procedure.

Notes:
- The MagicSound16 is a Plug-and-Play audio device. It consists of a
number of logical devices that could be detected and reported by
Windows 95. These devices are:
. Gameport Joystick : Joystick interface
. OPTi Plug-N-Play MPU-401 : MPU-401 interface
. OPTi Plug-N-Play Sound System : Audio device
. (optional) Standard IDE/ESDI Hard Disk Controller

- If there is no audio device installed in the system before,
Windows 95 would prompt user to insert the Windows 95 CD to
add related audio utilities (like volume control, sound recorder,
etc.) into your system.
2. RESOURCE RECONFIGURATION

The MagicSound16 sound device is a fully Plug-N-Play device. Windows 95 can
detect its available resources and allocate them on-the-fly in the
installation sequence. In some rare cases, however, resource conflict
could occur and it is flagged by the yellow exclamation mark shown at the
Device Manager of the Windows 95.

To resolve the conflict, click on the SYSTEM icon in the Control Panel
folder and choose Device Manager. From Device Manager, double click
the "Sound, video and game controller" category and the list of
installed devices will be displayed. Double click on the device with
yellow exclamation mark. Choose Resource. Determine the conflict cause
thru the hints shown in the "Conflicting device lists". Change the
resource (e.g. I/O address, DMA, IRQ) accordingly. The resource
setting will be reconfigured.


3. AUDIO CONFIG IN WINDOWS 95's DOS BOX

The audio device's configuration is valid in both Windows 95 and dos box.
The majority of the audio applications should be running fine in DOS box.
It was found, however, that certain soundblaster games could launch from
dos box but failed to produce digital sound or FM music. These games could
not use the pre-assigned resources but intead expect the popular
soundblaster settings,i.e., IRQ=5 DMA=1 I/O=220h. As a result, the resource
mismatch causes the problem. To correct it, make sure the games' setting
match the assignment shown at Device Manager.


To find out what resources are currently assigned to the sound card,
proceed to open the properties box associated with the "OPTi
Plug-N-Play Sound System" (Control Panel / Device Manager, under
"Sound, video and game controller" category) and select the Resource
tab. The third I/O Address range in the Resources box is used for
DOS games. The first Direct Memory Access is used for playback. We
recommend you select the following resources:
Input/Output Range: 220
Interrupt request: 5 or 7
Direct Memory Access: 0 or 1

Choose these resources as appropriate and select OK. The Device
Manager will dynamically configure the hardware to use the resources
you've selected. At this point, you may setup your DOS game with the
settings which you have just chosen.

4. MPU-401 WAVETABLE CONFIGURATION

if you have a wave table device on board or attached to your
sound card, you should follow the recommended steps listed above but
check on the "OPTi Plug-N-Play MPU-401" device settings instead.
Company
I-OMagic
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
I-OMagic MagicSound 16
Description
DR-SK803 ALS 120
Operating Systems
Windows NT
Size Driver
126Kb
File Name
magicsound16alswinnt.exe
Info
Windows NT installation procedure for ALS120:
1. Insert the "ALS120 Windows NT Drivers and Utilities" diskette
into drive A:, and within CONTROL PANEL/DRIVERS/ADD/UNLISTED OR UPDATED
DRIVER, choose "OK". While installing, "Driver Exists" warning message
will appear and will ask to keep the old "midimap.cfg" or re-install.
Please choose re-install, or else midi will not function properly.

For Winnt4.0 installation procedure for ALS120:

1. Insert the "ALS120 Windows NT Drivers and Utilities" diskette
into drive A: or B:, and within CONTROL PANEL/MULTIMEDIA/DEVICE/ADD,
choose "OK". While installing, "Driver Exists" warning message will
appear and will ask to keep the old or re-install. Please choose
re-install, or else it will not funtion properly.

NOTE: If your joystick(analog) is not recognized by the system, please
follow the driver installation procedure as mentioned in readme except
that the driver source will be in your WinNT 4.0 CD-ROM under
\DRVLIB\MULTIMED\JOYSTICK\X86 when asked for. For digital game pad or joystick,
drivers are available from the list provide by your WinNT system.
Company
I-OMagic
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
I-OMagic MagicSound 16
Description
DR-SK803 Crystal
Operating Systems
Windows NT
Size Driver
1.4Mb
File Name
magicsound16crystalwinnt.exe
Info
[Version]
Signature="$WINDOWS NT$"
ClassGuid={4D36E96C-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}
Class=MEDIA
Provider=%CRYSTAL%

[SourceDisksNames]
1 = %DiskId1%
2 = %DiskId2%

[SourceDisksFiles]
cwbaudll.dll = 1
cwbaudio.sys = 1
joyport.dll = 1
joyport.sys = 1
csbase.dll = 1
csbase.sys = 1
cwbaudio.bin = 1
cspnp.inf = 1
CWD3DSnd.exe = 1
cwcwtdos.osp = 2
cwcwtsmp.dat = 2

[DestinationDirs]
cwbaudlldll.CopyList = 11 ; DIRID_SYSTEM
cwbaudiosys.CopyList = 12 ; DIRID_DRIVERS
joyportdll.CopyList = 11 ; DIRID_SYSTEM
joyportsys.CopyList = 12 ; DIRID_DRIVERS
csbasedll.CopyList = 11 ; DIRID_SYSTEM
csbasesys.CopyList = 12 ; DIRID_DRIVERS
CWD3DSnd.CopyList = 11 ; DIRID_SYSTEM

[Manufacturer]
%CSMfgName%=CrystalSemiconductor

[CrystalSemiconductor]
;
; NOTE: We omit hardware IDs for each of these devices, so that the user will
; be able to supply an OEM-supplied driver with fuller functionality at
; the "Found New Hardware" popup.
;%*CSC0000.DeviceDesc%=CSC0000_Device,, *CSC0031
;
%*CSC0000.DeviceDesc%=CSC0000_Device,, *CSC0000
%*CSC0010.DeviceDesc%=CSC0010_Device,, *CSC0010
%*CSC0010.DeviceDesc%=CSC0010_Device,, *CSC0002
%*CSC0003.DeviceDesc%=CSC0003_Device,, *CSC0003
%*PNPB02F.DeviceDesc%=MSJSTICK,, *CSC0001
;
;new Mahler IDs
;
%*CSC0000.DeviceDesc%=CSC0000_Device,, *CSC0100
%*CSC0010.DeviceDesc%=CSC0010_Device,, *CSC0110
%*CSC0003.DeviceDesc%=CSC0003_Device,, *CSC0103
%*PNPB02F.DeviceDesc%=MSJSTICK,, *CSC0101
[CSC0000_Device.NT]
CopyFiles=cwbaudlldll.CopyList,cwbaudiosys.CopyList,CWD3DSnd.CopyList
AddReg=CSC0000.AddReg, CS423X.AddReg, CWD3DSnd.AddReg, MmDesc.AddReg
DelReg=CSC0000.DelReg, CWD3DSnd.AddReg
Reboot

[CSC0010_Device.NT]
CopyFiles=csbasedll.CopyList,csbasesys.CopyList
AddReg=CSC0010.AddReg, CSBASE.AddReg
Reboot

[CSC0003_Device.NT]
;Just make sure default MMDRV.DLL has correct registry entries.
AddReg=Lowlevel.AddReg

[MSJSTICK.NT]
CopyFiles=joyportdll.CopyList,joyportsys.CopyList
AddReg=MSJSTICK.AddReg
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