Labway XWave 5100 Download Drivers

Available 4 files for XWave 5100
Company
Labway
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
Labway XWave 5100
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
MS-Dos
Version Driver
1.0
Size Driver
49Kb
File Name
dosdrv.zip
Info
PCI audio DOS utilities instructions
* SETAUDIO.COM

DOS initial program

The following are the parameters format:
/Gx : x=0 disable game port, x=1 enable (default)
/Mx : x=0 disable MPU-401 MIDI port, x=1 enable (default)
/IOxxx : Set SB I/O port to 220(default),240,260 or 280.
/FMxxx : Set FM I/O port to 388(default),3C8,3E0 or 3E8.
/MPUxxx : Set MPU-401 MIDI port to 330(default),320,310,300.
* FIXEPIC.EXE

EPIC DOS games patch program

We found that there are some EPIC DOS games can not detect PCI
audio. This is due to these games using instruction loop as time
counter not a real constant period. In high speed CPU PC, the loop
time become shorter. That is reason that games can not detect PCI
audio. If you meet this problem, please run patch program to fix.
All of fixed files will backup to *.old.
Company
Labway
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
Labway XWave 5100
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98
Version Driver
1.0
Size Driver
1.2Mb
File Name
w9x-drv.zip
Info
** CMI8738 PCI Audio Windows 95/98 Drivers Release Note **

Rev 4.06.1094c 12/30/2000
1. Vxd: fix some bugs in Soft Midi (the sequence of RPN-0-1-2 and DataEntry, and MaxPitch)
2. drv: the default value of switch center/bass is set to FALSE
3. drv: delete the function of switch center/bass in 6 channel mode

Rev 4.06.1094b 12/23/2000
1. drv: support the switching of center and bass in 6 channel mode
2. Vxd: don't minitor SPDIF IN/OUT, when SPDIF AC3_RAW_DATA is played

Rev 4.06.1094a 12/04/2000
1. Vxd: support Microphone as Center/Bass
2. Vxd: fix full-duplex of microphone's real-time record/playback
3. Vxd: fix the Cyrix CPU problem in Audio WinBench 99 (Cyrix too slow)

Rev 4.06.1094 11/06/2000
1. DRV, VxD: to fix the SPDIF category code hardware bug (Software raw data mode)
2. DRV: SPDIF IN default device #2
3. Vxd: support software SPDIF 16 in Dsound, MCI, SoftMidi
4. DRV: remove the SPDIF hardware settings
5. DRV: fix mute PC speaker bug
6. Vxd: fix SPDIF OUT muted at installing the driver for the first time

Rev 4.06.1093c 10/04/2000
1. DRV: 033, 037, 039, 051 chip version check
2. DRV: Get MixBass from mixer
3. DRV: fix bug that 6 channel cannot pause
4. DRV: some fixs on SPDIFOUT setup on 039 chip
5. DRV: default mix Bass to front on 6 channel playback
6. VxD: enable SPDIFOUT when secondary buffer playing
7. DRV, VxD: 6 channel exclusive with other function
8. VxD: add a filter to resolve Korean 8K problem

Rev 4.06.1093b 09/19/2000
1. VxD: 6 channel volume control
2. DRV: new master volume control in 039 chip
3. DRV: zv port enable/disable function
4. VxD: add LINEINasBASS in registry to control line-in usage

Rev 4.06.1093a 09/12/2000
1. VxD: fix bug on Creative LAVA player
2. VxD: fix bug on Imperium Galactica II
3. CMMPUPCI: something wrong in previous release, just rebuild and fix the problem

Rev 4.06.1093 09/05/2000
1.VxD: speed control
2.VxD: fix bug that BeachHead 2000 incurred
2.DRV: mute controls if volume drop to zero
3.DRV: some fixs that 039 chip doesn't compatible with old chip

Rev 4.06.1092 06/16/2000
1.Support reverberation and echo effect interface.

Rev 4.06.1091b 04/27/2000
1.DRV: test the VM interrupt mask each time start playback/recording
2.DRV: some minor change on ISR

ver 4.06.1091a 04/10/2000
1.quad channel SPDIF out
2.fix the bug that PCSPK mute and volume control
3.disable the double sampling on AC3 SPDIF on 037 chip
4.mask the interrupt during suspend mode

ver 4.06.1091 02/23/2000

1. Support KARAOKE auto singing function interface.
2. Fix a bug of DirectSound testing program in looping buffer processing.

ver 4.06.1090 01/14/2000

1. support special sampling rate (8000 & 22254Hz) in DirectSound functions
for game Carnivores2 and Dark Vengence.
2. Make 3D posional audio more symmetrically between front and rear.
Company
Labway
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
Labway XWave 5100
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows Me-2000
Version Driver
1.0
Size Driver
880Kb
File Name
wdm-drv.zip
Info
[Version]
Signature="$CHICAGO$"
Class=MEDIA
ClassGUID={4d36e96c-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}
provider=%CMMfgName%
LayoutFile=layout.inf, layout1.inf, layout2.inf
DriverVer=01/09/2001,5.12.01.0612
CatalogFile=cmaudio.cat

[SourceDisksNames]
200="C-Media WDM Audio Driver Disk","",0

[SourceDisksFiles]
cmaudio.sys=200
crlds3d.dll=200
cmaudio.cat=200
cmprop.dll=200

[Manufacturer]
%CMMfgName%=CMEDIA

;
; Mechanism for excluding drivers from the "Add New Hardware" list.
;
[ControlFlags]
ExcludeFromSelect=*

[CMEDIA]
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%*WDM_CMI8738.DeviceDesc%=WDM_CMPCI, PCI\VEN_13F6&DEV_0111&SUBSYS_09501019
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%*WDM_CMI8738.DeviceDesc%=WDM_CMPCI, PCI\VEN_13F6&DEV_0111&SUBSYS_0748165D
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Company
Labway
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
Labway XWave 5100
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows NT4
Version Driver
1.0
Size Driver
63Kb
File Name
nt40-drv.zip
Info
PCI audio NT4.0 Drivers Note
-------------------------------------------------

* For Windows NT 4.0 drivers installation
1. Press "Start" button.
2. Move highlight bar to "Settings" and select "Control Panel".
3. Double click on "Multimedia" icon.
4. Select "Devices" page.
5. Press "Add..." button.
6. Select item "Unlisted or Updated Driver" in "List of Drivers" list box.
7. Specfy path of PCI audio NT drivers.(ex: A:\NT)
8. The dialog show item that fit your audio device, please press "OK" button.
9. Choose proper I/O or "OK" button for default setting.
10. Please restat Windows NT system.

* How to remove installed drivers?
1. Press "Start" button.
2. Move highlight bar to "Settings" and select "Control Panel".
3. Double click on "Multimedia" icon.
4. Select "Devices" page.
5. Open "Audio Devices".
6. Select "Audio for C-Media PCI Devices" then press "Remove" button.
7. Press "Yes" button while system ask for confirming.
8. Shut down NT system and reboot.
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