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Re: AWE 64 Troubles despite following FAQ

On Fri, 28 Nov 1997, Marcus Brinkmann wrote:

> On Fri, Nov 28, 1997 at 11:08:31AM -0500, Nick Busigin wrote:
> > I recently purchased an AWE 64 Value and have been pulling my hair out
> > trying to get it to work properly on my Debian system.  I have read
> I hope you can get your hairs back, because I can only try to get your
> soundcard working ;)

Thanks for replying to my request for help!

> > through Sound-HOWTO as well as the fine "Soundblaster AWE 32/64 HOWTO" by
> > Marcus Brinkman.  However, despite all my efforts I am still not able to
> > get the WaveTable portion of the card to be recognized by the sound
> > driver.
> [...]
> [...]
> > #  Note that when I ran 'pnpdump > /etc/isapnp.conf' only the 0x0620 entry
> > #  showed up, unlike what was shown in the AWE 32/64 HOWTO.  I added the
> > #  two other entries to try and make it work, but it doesn't either as shown
> > #  or with the two additional entries uncommented.
> > (IO 0 (BASE 0x0620))
> > #(IO 0 (BASE 0x0a20))
> > #(IO 0 (BASE 0x0e20))
> Ouch, this is bad :(
> However, the lines have not to be commented, so please remake the changes.
> But it is still not working?

I made a mistake in calling all these IO ports the same, ie. IO 0, instead
of IO 0, IO 1 and IO 2 .  Once I uncommented the two lines you show as bad
and one I corrected the naming of the ports I got the driver to recognize
my card.  Thank you very much for you help!! 

> I hope that this additional information will help. Let's get this beast.

We just did.  

Thanks again,

Nick Busigin     <Sent from my Debian/GNU Linux Machine>    nick@xwing.org

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