>> and my sound (Intel high-definition audio) has no DOS support from what
>> I read on this emailing list,
> No universal or "good" support, but a very very few DOS apps do have
> (some) limited HDA support.

Which? Mpxplay, maybe a port of mplayer, experimental ports of
the HX DOS extender which can run simple Windows programs which
may include DOSBOX which could run some DOS games which might
help those to believe that you have SoundBlaster while DOSBOX
and HX play your sound via HDA? Which other DOS apps have HDA?

Cheers, Eric :-)

PS: Yes, you can also try DOSEMU, DOSBOX, QEMU and maybe some
other virtual PC for DOS games, if you have Windows or Linux.

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