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    Is anyone using a USB sound adaptor under DOS?

  • #2
    No one is, because it can't be done DOS is total USB wasteland.

    Aaron Cake
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    • #3
      Nobody bothers to make a Dos TSR to run a USB device. I've been looking everywhere for USB CDRom and sound, but no luck. :-( The programmers are just plum lazy.
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      • #4
        "The three great virtues of a programmer are laziness, impatience, and hubris" - Larry Wall


        • #5
          I was wondering about that. I have USB support under DOS (well, there's an option for it anyway) on my desktop, but I don't think I do on the player.


          • #6
            You might see mention of it in bios - I think its for usb keyboard support in dos.
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