Opened 7 years ago

Last modified 7 years ago

#216 new defect

Problems with Uniaud1.09.06-2.02.01

Reported by: losepete Owned by:
Priority: highest Milestone: ALSA Hardware Compatibility
Component: UNIAUD32 Version: 2.02.01
Severity: blocker Keywords:
Cc:

Description

I unzipped the above package and copied both uniaud32.sys and uniaud16.sys to \MMOS2 after backing up my current working drivers.

I then rebooted.

1] The Startup sound indicates that the noise at the end of system sounds playback is back

2] No sound when running WindowsXP in VirtualPC

3] Unilog.cmd does NOT work - it fails to find pci.exe; here is a quick search for pci.exe on my boot drive:-

[L:\]DIR PCI.EXE /S

The volume label in drive L is ECS2_1. The Volume Serial Number is EAED:6414.

Directory of L:\ecs\ACPI\DOC

20-06-08 11:10a 93,562 0 a--- PCI.EXE

1 file(s) 93,562 bytes used

Directory of L:\ecs\install\DETECTEI

22-04-09 11:58a 39,156 0 a--- PCI.EXE

1 file(s) 39,156 bytes used

Total files listed:

2 file(s) 132,718 bytes used

1,529,916 K bytes free

[L:\]

Change History (2)

comment:1 Changed 7 years ago by psmedley

1) I think the noise at the end of system sounds is present for all ALSA 1.0.24 builds 2) the fix for Virtual PC is missing 3) no idea

comment:2 Changed 7 years ago by losepete

Hi Paul

1) Not with the drivers I'm currently using 2) Guessed that was the case 3) Something wrong with the Unilog.cmd script

For 1) and 2) I've reverted to uniaud16 1.9.5 and uniaud32 from ftp://ftp.netlabs.org/incoming/uniaud32-vpc.zip

I had a look at the unilog.cmd script and it looks like it should work as it searches the Path for pci.exe and if not found it checks in [bootdrive]:\ecs\install\detectei - the dir from my 1st post shows pci.exe does exist in that directory. Weird ...

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