Thanks! Now My sound card is OK!!!


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http://mpxplay.cjb.net/ DOS mp3 / cd / ... player with AC97
http://johnson.tmfc.net/freedos/qcdrom.html DOS CD driver
http://www.coli.uni-saarland.de/~eric/stuff/soft/ cdrom2ui tiny CD player
... you might also need volume control for AC97...
http://www.coli.uni-saarland.de/~eric/stuff/soft/ pcisleep PCI device info
... run PCISLEEP L to know which AC97 chipset you have.


Enjoy :-)

Eric

PS: DOS never comes with sound. But DOS games support SoundBlaster
compatible (not AC97, sorry) soundcards, using drivers in the games.
For some soundcards you need INIT / SETUP tools for DOS, though!
Example: http://au.geocities.com/mamecab/viaudio.zip
Alternative, sometimes: Set your BIOS CMOS setup to "PnP OS: no".
Then the BIOS does minimal PnP soundcard init for you.

(you can also try the Intel Plug and Play Manager for DOS, freeware)



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