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By 2000man ·
Is it possible for a sound card to have sound with cd's, middi,s but have no wavs sounds at all? I have a soundblaster 16 isa.

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by traymond In reply to Sound card

I think these older sound cards will actually
play wave files.

I have a question that I have been trying to find some info on with an older Sound card.

I have a Pro Audio 3D sound card were these a
Sound Blaster Sound Card?

Also this ProAudio also has a SCSI CD-ROM controller, Im trying to find drivers for this, these arent made anymore and I cant find anything hardly on the Internet.

Im also a proud user of the older
Commodore 64 & 128 computers, yes they are very much alive after 20 years. :)

There was a company back east in
Longmeadow,MA: CREATIVE MICRO DESIGNS started their business in 9-1987 they designed hardware for the Commodore 64 and 128 line of computers.
Just this June CMD or "creative micro designs" decided that they wouldnt support this anymore and quit building this hardware.

But a person that has been into Commodore for years since a young child, for about 5 years has written his own GEOS 2.0 software. His name is Maurice Randall, Maurice made CMD an offer and bought the Manufacturing and Distribution rights to CMD's Commodore line. Maurice is busily manufacturing ALL the CMD C= hardware.
To see the most of what CMD built go to this website at: http://www.cmdweb.de
Go to Maurice Randall's website at:
http://www.ia4u.net/~maurice
Want Commodore support look no further go to:
http://www.videocam.net.au

Anyway these computers have had a few exciting upgrades since 1987 to 1996 and a few new ones in
2001.

Thanks.

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by TheChas In reply to Sound card

The first thing to check, is your mixer settings. (double click on the speaker icon, or go to control panel sounds)
Make sure the wave channel is enabled, the volume is up, and mute is not checked.

Do you get any error messages when you attempt to play wav files? Or, just no sound?

Either way, it is a driver conflict, or an application is getting in the way.
Check for conflicts in device manager, and correct them.

You may need to download new drivers, or patches from Creative.

You can also look through the driver postings for sound blaster at www.driverguide.com

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