Desparately tryin to get the cd-rom working with Warp, and failing.
Any ideas welcome.
I have sort of got half way through the installation - but now am in
deep deep trouble. I downloaded a driver specified for this
particular CD drive (crccd2.add) and after selective installation
(OTHER option) placed the driver in D:\OS2\BOOT directory.
[crccd2.add is for the Fungai (sp?) E220-UA cd rom drives in the
SB16-210 package (or so it would seem).]
(I installed crccd2.add from a file called ccdos2.zip (hobbes) and
added the lines to config.sys.)
Everything seemed to be working fine, so I re-installed the Dos
drivers in my Dos partition, re-installed Windows and the SB16
drivers in Windows, then rebooted Warp.
Now I haven't installed Windows support for Warp, but while in Warp,
listening to a music CD, it started to skip.
So I don't know if the two are related, having installed the drivers
and the music CD started to skip it was not playing through Windows
(I didn't install Win support in Warp). After hitting stop, Warp
I can no longer access my CD drive either under a Dos boot or and
OS/2 boot, even with a complete OS/2 re-installation. Could I have
damaged the drive?
I have also tried installing the upgrades of IBM1S506.ADD and the
other few files (from ATAPI.zip) but these haven't helped.
Is it this slave/master problem I keep seeing around here. I would
have thoiught that once working through DOS, I wouldn't have as much
trouble installing in OS/2 - looks like Warp is less forgiving!
Any and all advice welcome.
BTW it's a 486DX2-66 with 8Mb, and the Soundblaster 210 Discovery Kit
is what I am attempting to install. The SB card works fine even now,
the CD drive on the other hand ...