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    Default Need drivers for sound card and CD changer DOS

    If anyone happens to have a copy of NAKAMICHI MJ-4.8s support software and a driver for ExpertColor MED3931 ver. 2.0 please share.
    Need it for DOS 6.22

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    I have a SCSI-2 Nakamichi MBR-7 (7 x CD tray-loading) multi-changer, but I'm not familiar with the MJ-4.8s.

    Maybe this:
    http://vogonsdrivers.com/getfile.php...77&menustate=0
    Last edited by WBST; March 30th, 2020 at 05:47 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WBST View Post
    I have a SCSI-2 Nakamichi MBR-7 (7 x CD tray-loading) multi-changer, but I'm not familiar with the MJ-4.8s.

    Maybe this:
    http://vogonsdrivers.com/getfile.php...77&menustate=0
    Thank you for your suggestion, however, I've already tried this exact driver, but for some reason after reboot it complains about something and it does not make the "automatic" changes to config and autoexec. Btw, I do have the manual for it, but I can not configure the driver automatically, because a symbol is needed for that.

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    The yen symbol is part of the extended ASCII table. I believe it's ALT+157.
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    I have Nakamichi 7cds SCSI drivers ,
    I could upload it on disk image, in case you want to try it

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    When I've played with Japanese MS-DOS, '' was how '\' (backslash) was displayed.

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