From: Michelle Klein-Hass (bosslady_at_msgeek.com)
Date: Wed Mar 08 2000 - 23:20:03 EST
>I noticed that Hardware Detection was disabled, so i enabled it to Full
>and did a reboot, which resoulted in the sound to be disabled. Disabling
>detection allows the sound to play again.
>Which could mean that the problem wasn't because of the DMA's that i changed
>but because i had also disabled Hardware Detection.
>Has software quality dropped in the last 2-3 years? or am i too picky? I
>what happened to Software Quality Control and the usual.
On my Thinkpad 365X, I cannot allow Windows95 Retail to detect hardware
during an install, because the video gets scrambled to the point where I
have to shut off and restart in safe recovery mode. I think that Windows95
thinks it has the driver it needs, but it is mistaken.
Lots of times you don't want to trust Plug N' Prey.
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