Audio Drivers

John W. Osborne (josborne@magna.com.au)
Wed, 10 Apr 1996 18:07:49 +-1000


Fellow Bipeds...

Platform : Acer Pentium 100, 24 megs RAM.
CuSeeMe version : 2.01 (32 bit)
OS : W95
CDROM : Mitsumi, double speed.
Audio card : SB16 Pro

Anyone else having problems with multiple audio drivers being installed after
subsequent installs of newer versions of CUSEEME? If seem to have
aquired several in my system's configuration.... names are....
C:\Windows\System\wfm0200a.csp
wfm0200.acv
wfw0201a.csp
wfm0201.acv
wfw0202a.csp
wfm0202.acv
wfw0203a.csp
wfm0203.acv
cspman.dll
in addition to the "regular" sbfm.drv and sb16.vxd.

Do I need to retain all of these? I also note with interest that my audio CD's
no longer work. There is nothing wrong with the card or connections.
Vanilla Windows .wav files and sound events as well as sounds from DOS games
for example, play just fine. Windows audio CD players just move the disk but no
tunes.

Something in CUSEEME do this to me? (and, yes, it -used- to work).

I just thought I'd ask before I remove the drivers and/or delete/reinstall the CD device.

Regards, John