Mediatek SY-924 Download Drivers

Available 3 files for SY-924
Company
Mediatek
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
Mediatek SY-924
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
MS-Dos-Windows 3.1
Size Driver
994Kb
File Name
924d_w.exe
Info
Important note:
----------------

Win95/DOS Package:
For the users of the Windows 95, please Install Windows 95
Driver first. Read the README.W95 for the installation guide.

Win31/DOS Package:
For the users of the Windows 3.1x and DOS, please install
this package from a REAL DOS prompt. Do not run it in a
Windows' DOS session.

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0. What's NEW in this release
- When Intel's CM (Configure Manager) isn't present, the
program will check whether the sound card has been
configured by the PnP BIOS and if the configuration is
good. It may try to get system resource information from
the PnP BIOS and assign conflict-free resources to the
sound card if it is necessary. In most of the cases the
program detects no error during the configuration, so user
don't need to do the resource selection. However, if your
system doesn't have PnP BIOS, or on your system there is a
legacy device, (that is, the PnP BIOS doesn't know what kind
of resource it may use) whose resource conflicts with the
resource assigned to the sound card, it is necessary that
the user involves in choosing the resource for the sound card.

- The users can always select the resource (Hardware Settings)
they prefer by using /S option when there is no Intel's DOS
CM loaded. But it is suggested that the user use this option
only when the sound card cannot work correctly if running
SNDINIT without /S. That may cause by inacurate information
from the PnP BIOS, that is, the system has some legacy cards
whose resources conflict with the sound card's.

- When Intel's CM (Config Manager) isn't present,
the WSS uses dual-DMA as default (that is, when the codec
supports dual-DMA and the system has two DMA channels
available, the WSS will always use dual-DMA). But by using
/S option and choosing single DMA channel can overrule
this default.

- Windows 3.1x driver gets sound card resource assignment by
reading the sound card PnP resources in stead of reading
the system.ini file. Should the users make any resource
changes, they need to go back to DOS and run SNDINIT (/S).

- SNDINIT program will try the best to make sure all hardware
settings are good for existing DOS games or applications
even if they are not assigned to proper ones by the PNP BIOS
or CM at first. The SNDINIT will give the warning messages
on DOS games/applications compatibility if no way to get the
right hardware resource.

- During the sound card installation (run INSTALL from a floppy
drive), or configuration (run SNDINIT without /B option),
if any warning occurs, the program will display the message
on the screen and save the message in the SOUND16.LOG file.

- Add EXT_OPL3_CONTROL=NO at the system.ini. If the FM OPL3 is
conflicted by other device, the user can set this option to YES.

For V1.04R1:
- Support installation from other media (CD-ROM, network, etc.)
other than floopy diskette.

For V1.04R2:
- When VOLUMEPAGE=NO, don't show the VOLUME button in stead of
graying it in the configuration UI.
Company
Mediatek
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
Mediatek SY-924
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 95
Size Driver
892Kb
File Name
924w95c.exe
Info
Important note:
----------------

Win95/DOS Package:
For the users of the Windows 95, please Install Windows 95
Driver first. Read the README.W95 for the installation guide.

Win31/DOS Package:
For the users of the Windows 3.1x and DOS, please install
this package from a REAL DOS prompt. Do not run it in a
Windows' DOS session.

---------------------------------------------------------------------

0. What's NEW in this release
- When Intel's CM (Configure Manager) isn't present, the
program will check whether the sound card has been
configured by the PnP BIOS and if the configuration is
good. It may try to get system resource information from
the PnP BIOS and assign conflict-free resources to the
sound card if it is necessary. In most of the cases the
program detects no error during the configuration, so user
don't need to do the resource selection. However, if your
system doesn't have PnP BIOS, or on your system there is a
legacy device, (that is, the PnP BIOS doesn't know what kind
of resource it may use) whose resource conflicts with the
resource assigned to the sound card, it is necessary that
the user involves in choosing the resource for the sound card.

- The users can always select the resource (Hardware Settings)
they prefer by using /S option when there is no Intel's DOS
CM loaded. But it is suggested that the user use this option
only when the sound card cannot work correctly if running
SNDINIT without /S. That may cause by inacurate information
from the PnP BIOS, that is, the system has some legacy cards
whose resources conflict with the sound card's.

- When Intel's CM (Config Manager) isn't present,
the WSS uses dual-DMA as default (that is, when the codec
supports dual-DMA and the system has two DMA channels
available, the WSS will always use dual-DMA). But by using
/S option and choosing single DMA channel can overrule
this default.

- Windows 3.1x driver gets sound card resource assignment by
reading the sound card PnP resources in stead of reading
the system.ini file. Should the users make any resource
changes, they need to go back to DOS and run SNDINIT (/S).

- SNDINIT program will try the best to make sure all hardware
settings are good for existing DOS games or applications
even if they are not assigned to proper ones by the PNP BIOS
or CM at first. The SNDINIT will give the warning messages
on DOS games/applications compatibility if no way to get the
right hardware resource.

- During the sound card installation (run INSTALL from a floppy
drive), or configuration (run SNDINIT without /B option),
if any warning occurs, the program will display the message
on the screen and save the message in the SOUND16.LOG file.

- Add EXT_OPL3_CONTROL=NO at the system.ini. If the FM OPL3 is
conflicted by other device, the user can set this option to YES.

For V1.04R1:
- Support installation from other media (CD-ROM, network, etc.)
other than floopy diskette.

For V1.04R2:
- When VOLUMEPAGE=NO, don't show the VOLUME button in stead of
graying it in the configuration UI.
Company
Mediatek
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
Mediatek SY-924
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows NT
Size Driver
90Kb
File Name
924wnt.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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