Lenco MXS-9552 Download Drivers

Available 3 files for MXS-9552
Company
Lenco
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
Lenco MXS-9552
Description
MXR-4680
Operating Systems
MS-Dos Windows 3.x
Size Driver
814Kb
File Name
mxs9552dw.exe
Info
This software package contains the drivers for Windows 95, Windows 3.1 and
DOS. For Windows 95 users, please refer to the "Windows 95" section.
For Windows 3.1X/DOS users, please refer to the "Windows 3.1X/DOS" section.

This text file provides the latest information of the drivers and a quick
installation guide. Please refer to the user's guide for more information

==========================
General Information
==========================

- Three-in-one: drivers for DOS, Windows 3.1X and Windows 95 are all in the
same diskette. Installation is easy and simple.

- DOS and Windows 3.1X driver are both installed through the Windows installer.
Installation procedure is self-explanatory and easy to follow.

- Driver uninstall utility is provided for Windows 95, Windows3.1X and DOS.
This ensures an issue-free re-installation if it is needed.

- Hot-key support in Windows 95 DOS box (in Sound Blaster mode). A feature
that comes in handy when the Windows mixer is not available.

- Microsoft DirectSound support. This enriches the Windows games experience.


==========================
What's NEW in this release
==========================

- Hardware resources information: use sndtune.exe to check the data is valid
or not. Especially, when yellow exclamation mark is shown on Sound/Audio device
in the device manager of system/control panel or the system does not request users
to provide Windows 95 drivers after the audio card plug-in to PC ISA slot, then
it is strongly recommended to run sndtune.exe in MS-DOS mode. Either Windows 95
or DOS/Windows 3.x, if users find something abnormal, please use sndtune.exe
to reconfigure hardware resources information. This utility program can not be
run in DOS BOX or MS-DOS prompt of Windows 3.x or Windows 95.

===========
Windows 95
===========

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 82C931 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.
Company
Lenco
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
Lenco MXS-9552
Description
MXR-4680
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98
Size Driver
175Kb
File Name
mxs9552w95.exe
Info
This software package contains the drivers for Windows 95, Windows 3.1 and
DOS. For Windows 95 users, please refer to the "Windows 95" section.
For Windows 3.1X/DOS users, please refer to the "Windows 3.1X/DOS" section.

This text file provides the latest information of the drivers and a quick
installation guide. Please refer to the user's guide for more information

==========================
General Information
==========================

- Three-in-one: drivers for DOS, Windows 3.1X and Windows 95 are all in the
same diskette. Installation is easy and simple.

- DOS and Windows 3.1X driver are both installed through the Windows installer.
Installation procedure is self-explanatory and easy to follow.

- Driver uninstall utility is provided for Windows 95, Windows3.1X and DOS.
This ensures an issue-free re-installation if it is needed.

- Hot-key support in Windows 95 DOS box (in Sound Blaster mode). A feature
that comes in handy when the Windows mixer is not available.

- Microsoft DirectSound support. This enriches the Windows games experience.


==========================
What's NEW in this release
==========================

- Hardware resources information: use sndtune.exe to check the data is valid
or not. Especially, when yellow exclamation mark is shown on Sound/Audio device
in the device manager of system/control panel or the system does not request users
to provide Windows 95 drivers after the audio card plug-in to PC ISA slot, then
it is strongly recommended to run sndtune.exe in MS-DOS mode. Either Windows 95
or DOS/Windows 3.x, if users find something abnormal, please use sndtune.exe
to reconfigure hardware resources information. This utility program can not be
run in DOS BOX or MS-DOS prompt of Windows 3.x or Windows 95.

===========
Windows 95
===========

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 82C931 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.
Company
Lenco
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
Lenco MXS-9552
Description
MXR-4680
Operating Systems
Windows NT4
Size Driver
94Kb
File Name
mxs9552nt.exe
Info
[Source Media Descriptions]
1 = "OPTi 82c92x Audio Driver" , TAGFILE = disk1

[Installable.Drivers]
opti92x = 1:snd92x.dll, "wave,MIDI,aux,mixer", "OPTi 82c928, 82c929, 82c924, 82c925",,,

[opti92x]
1:snd92x.sys
1:snd2init.sys
1:midimap.cfg
1:oemsetup.inf
1:readme.nt
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