I had an IBM
Aptiva MWave Soundcard. Thanks to the prompting of the Linux discussion
groups I have just tried to install a Creative Labs Sound-Blaster
16 Value PnP soundcard. Both in Windows 95 and in Linux, the sound
is played wonderfully. However...
<BR> The IBM CMOS upon
bootup now gives me the following error: 1802 Adapter Card Resource
Error. I have tried changing all the CMOS settings (i.e. making
different interrupt ports availiable/not available) and have had no luck.
I think the problem is a MIDI conflict. This is due to the fact
that when I try to run the DOS based diagnose.exe, it gives me an error
on the MIDI. If I choose 300, 340, or Autoscan, it says it cannot
continue due to a MIDI conflict. It is of note that I have removed
the MWave soundcard and all references to it in the autoexec.bat and config.sys.
I also removed all references in the Windows 95 devices. I boot with
lilo and it's a CMOS error so this shouldn't matter anyway.
Also, I scanned for controller conflicts in Windows 95 and was unable to
<BR> I received more
than one email from MWave users who have switched soundcards. If
anyone rectified this problem when switching or knows how to fix this it
would be greatly appreciated. Please email me as well as posting.
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