I'm running a Teac CD-55A off of the Panasonic interface on a
Sound Blaster 16 Multi-CD, and Win95 refuses to recognize it.
I have it on I/O address 240 (which is the same as the sound
card, of course), and I tried installing it as a regular Panasonic
CD-ROM controller, but Windows refused to accept that address.
Has anyone gotten this configuration to work with Win95? Am I
stuck without a CD-ROM drive until Teac or Creative Labs writes
| Russell Stewart | Albuquerque | This space for rent | |
Do you realize that 5 out of 4 Americans don't even understand