NEC Versa 2400 Audio Drivers

NEC Versa 2400 Audio Drivers

File Name: L6510ES1.EXE
Version:
3.05 build 6
Posted: Oct 21, 1997
Operating System: DOS, Windows 3.x
Description: Versa 2400 Series ESS Sound Drivers and Audio Applications for Windows 3.1x

File Name: L6510ES2.EXE
Version:
3.05 build 6
Posted: Oct 21, 1997
Operating System: DOS, Windows 3.x
Description: Versa 2400 Series ESS Sound Drivers and Audio Applications for Windows 3.1x

File Name: L6510ES3.EXE
Version:
1.03
Posted: Oct 21, 1997
Operating System: DOS, Windows 3.x
Description: Versa 2400 Series ESS Sound Drivers and Audio Applications for Windows 3.1x

File Name: L6510ES4.EXE
Version:
4.16.12
Posted: Oct 21, 1997
Operating System: DOS, Windows 3.x
Description: Versa 2400 Series ESS Sound Drivers and Audio Applications for Windows 3.1x

File Name: L6510ESS.EXE
Version:
4.03.35
Posted: Oct 21, 1997
Operating System: Windows 95
Description: Versa 2400 Sound Drivers for Windows 95

Tech Notes
Installing the ESS AudioDrive Windows 95 Drivers 1. Bring up the Sound, video and game controllers. – From the Windows 95 Start Menu, go to “Settings”, then “Control Panel”, then select “Add New Hardware”. – Keep on clicking option “Next” until “Hardware types” screen is displayed. – On the “Hardware types” screen, select “Sound, video and game controllers”, and then click on option “Next”. 2. On the “Manufacturers” screen, select “ESS Technology, Inc”. On the “Models” side, select the appropiate drivers for your system. For example, for NEC Versa 2400, select “ESS ES1788 Plug and Play AudioDrive”. 3. Insert the ESS AudioDrive Windows 95 driver disk into drive A: and click on the option “Have Disk”. 4. Enter “A:\” to the “Copy manufacturer’s files from:” selection box, then click “OK”. 5. Follow the instructions for the installation. o To begin using your ESS AudioDrive software, you must restart your computer. Note: If you already have ESS audio drivers loaded under Windows 95 it may be necessary to shutdown Windows 95 and restart the system in Command Prompt only mode (Press F8 during boot) because Windows 95 will not let you copy over files in use. So make a list of driver files shown when you tried to do the install and manually copy them in DOS mode to the WINDOWS\SYSTEM directory. Example: COPY A:\ES1688.DRV C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM COPY A:\ES1688.VXD C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM COPY A:\ESFM .DRV C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM COPY A:\ESSMPU .DRV C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM Then reboot the system to Windows 95, the new version should be installed.

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