On Wed, Jun 3, 2015 at 1:22 PM, Eric Auer <e.a...@jpberlin.de> wrote:
>>     For the Dell sound, its a chip soldered on the main board.
> You could check with PCISLEEP for DOS or LSPCI for Linux or any
> similar tool for Windows what chip it is.

Presumably by running "pcisleep l"?


IIRC, my old P4 says "Creative", but it didn't tell me enough to know
more than that. You'd have to search further online:


I don't know if that directly helped me or not. I don't remember the
details, but my P4's card is apparently "SB Live!" (aka, EMU10k1),
which is not (directly) DOS friendly!

There are various "hardware detection" programs out in the wild, but I
just don't know which ones are any good. (I've been saying for years
that FD "UTIL"'s COMPINFO needs serious fixing.) Maybe this one is
still semi-reliable?


Any better ideas?

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