I later found out that VoiceAssist just worked no matter what sound card you had and it didn’t require this rip off chip. My modest Creative Labs collection no 56k! I don’t remember how much I paid. It came with the same desktop Labtec mic the AWE32 did. Create a new discussion If you’re asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem. It was one of those gimmicks that were very cool back in the 90s. Don’t expect much more than postage stamp resolution video however.
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The os is W It took many months of fighting and countless phone calls to Creative Labs to finally get them to mail it. Yup, instead of Cakewalk, I got games. I feel sorry for him, for “upgrading” once I found out how much worse the AWE64 was.
A family friend got this for me. I have posted it on DriversGuide and checked Creative Labs site but came up empty. There was a time, where it was not about 3D cards speeds, but also V. What a lie Creative made regarding voice recognition in their SB16 manual. I forgot how much I paid, but it was a hefty amount of money. Back to Windows Forum 6 total posts Page 1 of 1. There is no material that is knowingly illegal here.
The floppies came with probably the last versions of the drivers and utils that Creative made for this particular card. It was one of those gimmicks that were very cool back in the 90s.
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I think it was due to slow sales they did that. FM sound card comparison on a Grand Scale!! What is the OS. The volume dial is a little warped. Of course there are much more convenient solutions nowadays. It came with the same desktop Labtec mic the AWE32 did. Do not post advertisements, offensive material, profanity, or personal attacks. It turned an already noisy card to a ceative fall!
But hey, it’s nice to own a rare piece of PC history Got this from a BBS. Poster rated this answer 0 Votes. There must be thousands of different models. They said you needed the chip for that creativ. It was the older printing, which had the plain white cover for “HSC InterActive” with a very plain white label for the floppy.
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Discussion about old PC hardware. Oh well, at least I got a used one I am using now.
This was one of the last non-PnP cards Creative made.