Is there a program which can convert sound data which comes in from a
console application to direct sound? the reason for this is that my sound
card won't work in console applications where the sound is in true DOS mode.
Quote:> Is there a program which can convert sound data which comes in from a
> console application to direct sound? the reason for this is that my sound
> card won't work in console applications where the sound is in true DOS
Now this is very bugging. Sometimes I'm typing in ICQ which makes a typing
sound, and then the Internet Call Manager(a program which alerts you if
someone is calling which on net) pop-up windows appears because someone
calls,then it has to do the ring sound, and at the end ,the sound is GONE!
This happens in other occasions if two sound "collide" and this REALLY bugs
me so much,I have to restart the comp.
Anyone got any idea how to get this frustrating problem to go away simply by
returning the sound??? i tried closing all the programs ctrl-alt-del and
nothing gives it back and when attempting to listen to media or record,it
says:MMSYSTEM04 is currently in use....
So please help, it's weird.
And that darned SBAWE64 of mine just stops its Reverb(echo) powers if I just
pressed the Windows button from a DOS game to return to Windows, any idea
how to make this problem stop too? Any way to make some of my DOS
games(such emulators or games like DukeNukem3d) ignore that button? I know
the options properties of a file DOS prompt style would say some ALT-___
controls and I did uncheck them but what I want is the Windows button which
really bugs us in the middle of ctrl-alt.