Fastpath 4 boxes available

From: Chad Fernandez <>
Date: Thu Jun 14 11:01:27 2001

I see, I thought it was a line of cards or something. One of my SB
cards has Vibra printed right on the PCB in big letters.

Will the IBM ACPC work in both DOS and Windows? How about 98? I have
heard things about the other Microchannel sound cards working in only
Windows, or only DOS but not both.

I'd like to get one for this machine, a model 80 with a Reply Corp.
motherboard and Kingston Turbochip. I run Win98 on it, However, an I
don't know if the other sound cards will work.

I figured I'd go a little higher than normal on the SoundBlaster, but I
wasn't prepared to beat 7 bucks. The seller was correct in staing that
they are rare, but i wasn't going to pay that much!

Chad Fernandez
Michigan, USA wrote:
> Vibra is a chipset that creative labs uses in their sound cards. Actually, if
> you just want .wav file sounds and MIDI, an IBM ACPA MCA sound card will
> work. That's what I'm looking for.
Received on Thu Jun 14 2001 - 11:01:27 BST

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