winmm/midi tests and VMware
paul.vriens.wine at gmail.com
Tue Mar 2 08:39:27 CST 2010
On 03/02/2010 02:27 PM, Julius Schwartzenberg wrote:
> Paul Vriens wrote:
>> On 03/02/2010 01:33 PM, Julius Schwartzenberg wrote:
>>> I think some versions of the drivers come with with the required
>>> wavesets for the software synthesizer, while with others you had to get
>>> it from the original CD. You should make sure this ecw file is also
>>> present I guess. There seems to be some more information here:
>>> If it turns out it's hard to get hold of these wavesets, I'll try to put
>>> them online.
>> So you are saying I should try with the Ensoniq driver and all the (3)
>> wavesets installed?
>> This driver is superseded by the Creative PCI128 one and thus all of
>> my boxes have the creative one.
> No, I was just pointing to the Wikipedia page because it had some info
> on the wavesets. The Creative drivers use similar (the same) wavesets as
> the Ensoniq ones. You should need only a single waveset. It's just that
> when you use the Creative drivers you need to check to make sure a
> waveset is present, is found and loaded by the driver.
> Because not all Creative drivers ship with a waveset, even though they
> need one, this could be the cause of the problem. You need to install
> the waveset manually separately then.
I give up. Tried several combinations on XP (old and newer driver with
or without waveset files), to no avail.
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