SYS they are easy to find. They don’t use a Vortex 2, but explain some of the things that happen in the background and that might help you solve the issue. No issue with the graphics, and the sound card was auto detected at least the parameters were, port , interrupt 5, DMA 1, using sound blaster emulation. I’ve also discovered another issue. I had originally started out with the sound card in slot 1, which I found out was a no-no as it shares resources with the AGP card. Getting Joystick To Work
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ASUS TUSL2-C – motherboard – ATX – Socket 370 – i815EP Series
I got my TUSL2-C board because it was the most easily-obtained second hand board that could record audio at low latencies, 10 ms with a Tualatin 1. I really haven’t gotten into playing it to see how it works out compatibility wise, but so far all soknd good.
Phil, I did start watching your instructional video, but haven’t gotten all the way through it yet. There is no material that is knowingly illegal here.
User reviews: Asus TUSL2-C – Audiofanzine
Somehow or another there is a conflict between the IRQ’s that the soundcard is using at least 2 of them I think, one for the soundcard itself and one for the DOS emulation that is conflicting with both windows and DOS. This site hosts no abandonware. It’s just above my head right now and tuzl2-c isn’t a lot of information on a setup like this out there to give me any direction. I was scratching my head for a while, until I did some research and found out that the Diamond drivers didn’t get along too well with Intel’s chipsets.
But if I boot into DOS, the keyboard doesn’t work. I went ahead and finished up with the install. Again, thanks for your help! Thanks in advance for any help! Users browsing this forum: With the soundcard, I was using the drivers from the factory driver disc that I got when I bought the soundcard. You tuzl2-c want to take a look: Asuw then, stable boards capable of recording at low latencies without clicks and pops were few and far between and expensive. Bought it on ebay and it came with a Diamond Monster sound, as well.
Is this not the way I should be doing it? The joystick I’m trying to use is one that I had a looong time ago with a Win98 computer, so I know that it works.
I moved the sound card to slot 3, and low and behold, the gameport is now working and I have my keyboard in DOS. I’ve tried moving the sound card to three different slots, that hasn’t helped. When I look up the sound card info under system in the control panel, there are no conflicts shown.
Return to General Old Hardware. I had such a great experience with this board in fact that I have kept it until today even though I don’t technically need it. No issue with the graphics, and the sound card was auto detected at least the parameters were, portinterrupt 5, DMA 1, using sound blaster emulation.
It’s a great board, it’s lack of ISA slots being the only downside. I installed the floppies from Windows. When I tried loading the drivers, it wasn’t loading the gameport or the sound blaster emulation drivers. I’ve powered down the computer for now enough frustration for tuzl2-c day.
When I did that, during the bootup process I received an error message just before Windows loaded that read “Error 8: After install you are supposed to set up and configure the sound card and graphics.
I was finally able to get the MX’s gameport and sound blaster emulation drivers to properly load after I reformatted and installed the 4. In the “TMS” folder is a program called “Gameport. Now I suond an issue that I’m having a hard time resolving.
When in device manger, look under SB Pro emulation for the Aureal and check the resources it uses. I had originally started out with the sound card in slot 1, which I found out was a no-no as it shares resources with the AGP card.