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Thread: Yamaha Bannsan-BS1 Windows 95 drivers?

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    Default Yamaha Bannsan-BS1 Windows 95 drivers?

    I just got a free weird computer, weird as in it' has parts from 1997 inside, but has an early 90's looking AT case, etc.

    anyways, it had some issues such as the hard drive being bad, and the obvious CMOS being dead, but replacing both of those, fixed it, and it's all good now. It's got a 166mhz AMD K6.

    Now all I need is to get the drivers for the sound, video, and network card installed.

    The sound card is a Bannsan-bs1 which I believe is from Yammaha considering it has "yamaha 3d sound card" printed along the bottom.

    I am having trouble finding Windows 95 drivers for it, google doesn't seem to help much.

    If anyone can point me in the right direction, it'd be a great help.
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    What's the sound chip? Some of the Intel P1 boards used Yamaha sound chips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuck(g) View Post
    what's the sound chip? Some of the intel p1 boards used yamaha sound chips.
    ymf-719-s opl3-sa3c
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    Finding a Win9x driver for the YMF719 should be pretty simple.

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    Would that do only the synth though, or other sound stuff as well, like CD audio, system sounds, music, sound from video, etc?
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    I have no idea. Try it.

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    The Yamaha OPL3-SAx was an integrated solution. The drivers should cover digital audio and synth (including soft synth).

    https://www.vogonswiki.com/index.php/Yamaha#OPL3-SAx

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