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    SBLive! With OLDER Games!
    By Bungo2000 August 08, 2001, 02:37 PM

    I'm trying to fire up the great Day of the Tentacle but I am having difficulties setting up the sound options (currently I have no sound at all), and DOTT has some great voice acting. When it tries to auto detect the sound setup it locks up (just the DOS window). The blanks I need to fill in are Port, IRQ, and Buffer. Where can I find this information from my soundcard? Also, I was looking in the device manager and noticed there was no SoundBlaster 16 emulation like I seem to remember there was when I was running Windows 98. Maybe not, but it seems like I might need to do something to get that running if that's the problem. Thanks alot.

    By Bungo2000 August 08, 2001, 03:54 PM

    I was looking at something to do with putting the SB16 setup stuff in autoexec.bat and config.sys... it was for Win9x though so I'm still stumped. I think I need to enable the emulation somehow. Any help is greatly appreciated.

    By Strogian August 08, 2001, 04:27 PM

    SB16 emulation should be enabled by default. Just Right click on My computer -> Properties, open Creative Miscellaneous Devices, get properties of SB16, and go to the Setting tab. That should give you all you need.

    By Bungo2000 August 08, 2001, 08:11 PM

    Right, except there is no Creative Miscellaneous Devices anywhere to be found. Has anybody seen this disapear before? Take note I am using W2K, not sure what you were using.

    By Kero-chan August 09, 2001, 01:25 AM

    quote:Originally posted by Bungo2000:
    Right, except there is no Creative Miscellaneous Devices anywhere to be found. Has anybody seen this disapear before? Take note I am using W2K, not sure what you were using.

    dude... i highly doubt you can get DOTT to work with win2k. that's a dos game and win2k does not have dos anything in it.
    that's why i keep a dualboot with win98se...

    By Bungo2000 August 09, 2001, 04:29 PM

    I think it's possible.

    By Prince August 09, 2001, 06:31 PM

    quote:Originally posted by Bungo2000:
    I think it's possible.

    The settings depends on what you have in your computer, but all the time, with every kind of sound card these are the settings (by default) used:

    DMA: 1
    DMA: 3 or 5
    IRQ: 5
    Port: 220


    There are two DMA for 16 and up cards. I dont have the time to look for you, but look it up on creative's site. there must be some emulation available to you.

    Please also note, SB Live is not a sound blaster! It emulates it but drivers has to be installed for it.

    By Prince August 09, 2001, 06:33 PM

    (Forgot to add)
    Older games only work with Sound Blaster and compatible. SB Live is not compatible, it emulates it. Hope this helps.


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