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listdev does not check for drivers just your system hardware. If listdev cannot find your audio card then neither will any driver. Either you have onboard audio turned off in BIOS or your hardware is just not detected by Haiku.
Via P4m900 Vt8237a Drivers 14
Graphics: Card: VIA CN896/VN896/P4M900 [Chrome 9 HC] X.Org: 1.17.2 drivers: openchrome (unloaded: fbdev,vesa) Resolution: email@example.com GLX Renderer: Gallium 0.4 on llvmpipe (LLVM 3.6, 128 bits) GLX Version: 3.0 Mesa 11.0.2
Graphics: Card: VIA CN896/VN896/P4M900 [Chrome 9 HC] Display Server: X.Org 1.18.3 drivers: fbdev (unloaded: vesa) Resolution: firstname.lastname@example.org GLX Renderer: Gallium 0.4 on llvmpipe (LLVM 3.8, 128 bits) GLX Version: 3.0 Mesa 11.2.0
Graphics: Card: VIA CN896/VN896/P4M900 [Chrome 9 HC] Display Server: X.Org 1.18.3 drivers: openchrome (unloaded: fbdev,vesa) Resolution: email@example.com GLX Renderer: Gallium 0.4 on llvmpipe (LLVM 3.8, 128 bits) GLX Version: 3.0 Mesa 11.2.0
The Realtek audio drivers supplied with this board for Windows XP will not install until you apply Microsoft Hot Fix KB888111. Also the outer box package says ''Works with Windows Vista'' but the Microsoft Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor utility has a problem with the built in Video. If you need good video, plan to buy a good VGA card.
- I can confirm that DMA mode 0 - Auto its working too with unoffical drivers, but compatibility is even less than with DMA mode 3, but it seems that game which are working with it dont have that half broken sound.- i attached my drivers package, it has Official and Unofficial drivers and *.bat to run both some command line with IRQ 5 + 7, it can help someone.- i tried different - 1st one PCI slot its the same
Interestingly my solo1 is configured to irq7 in win98se now. I use the vxd-drivers in order to have fm within dos-window. Strange is that Win98se emulates the soundblaster with irq5 within win98-dos-window even if I have irq7 in windows itself. this is strange...
ESS-SOLO1 WDM Win98 drivers do have some problems with specific games.Unreal and expendable have crackeling sounds...do not have fixed this yet.Perhaps I go for an YMH744 in that D1644 i865g-Chipset. (FSC C610 MicroDesktop 2xPCI)Btw. i845gv has issues with flashlights in SOF1, i865g does not. Performance is much better. Now gaming in 1024x768 is possible. (i845 800x600)
ya it sounds like that's that guys hobby to try and get different os ruining probably modded drivers. still cool but not piratical. i mean the idea was t build 1 retro pc instead of having a bunch was the idea.
All you really need to run 98 is a system with bios, a hdd with less then 128gb boot partition and less then 512mb of ram. sure it will run like crap without chipset and hdd controller drives, but a pci ide/sata card will fix the ladder and chipset drivers are not all that hard to make for 98. I ran 98 on a x58 board for benching a few years back, its not that hard to do, ran like crap tho, a stock core2 system with 975 chip set was faster.
No not quite, If you want it to run on newer hardware like a x58 system you may need a pci sata card. The onboard sata should work if it has a IDE mode with boot support, but without drivers is will not preform the best. Same with chipset drivers, g31 as far as I know does not have 9x drivers. So your setup will run like crap. I should work if your lucky, but by work I mean install and boot but not be usable. If you truly want to use 9x get a 9xx chipset or older board, 875/865 or older would be better. also video cards newer then the FX and ati 9xxx can be buggy in 9x too. There are no pcie 9xxx cards and pcie FX cards use a bridge chip and happen to be rather rare.
at the time i was using a C-Media CMI8738 from 2004 which did the job, i had more than 6 different drivers only one of which would install everything (windows driver,dos,gameport) i forgot which one, and quickly gave up!
After all of this (and installing the drivers including the NVIDIA and ULi motherboard drivers - make sure you install these before anything else!) I have the following devices flagged in Device Manager:
Also, I CAN get my Audigy 4 to work under Windows 98 SE using the KX Project drivers instead of the Creative ones, but then the sound in DOS games/programs will not work (because these drivers do not include DOS emulation). However, if you use your computer for primarily music (and I do a lot of audio work) the KX Project drivers are supposedly better than the Creative ones. I only use the Creative ones because there are a lot of old DOS/Win9x games that I like. In any case the FireWire port on the Audigy 4 Pro works using the standard driver that comes with Windows 98 SE.
I've suspected that nobody has win-98 drivers for any SATA-2 raid controllers, and you are confirming it in this case. If anyone else knows of a motherboard with a SATA-2 controller that has win-98 drivers, please say so.
The Creative drivers for the Audigy 4 Pro are 2000/XP only. The ones for the Live! 5.1 support 98 (and even 95 I believe...). The KX Project drivers work with both cards under 98SE, but there is no emulation for DOS games/programs using the KX Project drivers. Therefore when using the KX Project drivers you won't have any sound in DOS games/programs. If you don't game, or use any DOS programs that use the sound card, the KX Project drivers are supposedly better than the Creative ones. (The KX Project drivers don't support EAX for instance... but they do support ASIO which the Creative drivers don't)
My optical drives are both IDE. I don't have any SATA optical drives. The problem seems to happen when you have a SATA HDD and IDE optical drives, in this case when setup tries to initialize the protected-mode IDE driver after the 2nd reboot it will hang for about 5 minutes, then come up with a BSoD that says basically "You have some devices using 16-bit drivers and some using 32-bit, this setup is not allowed, so your Standard Dual PCI IDE Controller has been disabled." Then the drives are invisible. To get around this problem you need to set your BIOS to RAID mode. (This causes the PCI RAID Controller device to appear. If I copy all the files on the 98SE CD to my HDD and set the BIOS to IDE mode, then install, this device will not appear, but neither will my optical drives).
Also, SATA I (aka SATA 150 MB/s) works fine on this board. Windows 98SE loaded the 32-bit HDD drivers just fine and detected the disk as a regular IDE disk (BIOS is set to "Non-RAID"). I have not noticed any performance decrease (on any OS including Linux and Win2K) as a result of using SATA I instead of SATA II. The SATA I ports are controlled directly by the nForce3 250 chipset, rather than through the JMicron controller, this is why SATA I works properly (i.e. in non-MS-DOS compatibility mode) and the SATA II only works in compatibility mode. If you use an IDE HDD for Windows 98SE there are still 2 IDE ports on this board, just like on older boards. They work just fine. 350c69d7ab