Exp Computer PCMCIA GAME/MIDI - for Normal Joystick Free Driver Download
Supported ModelsEXP portable PCMCIA game / MIDI card DriverPCMCIA GAME/MIDI Card (GAME) DriverPCMCIA GAME/MIDI Card (MIDI) DriverPCMCIA GAME/MIDI - for Joystick and MIDI DriverPCMCIA GAME/MIDI - for MS Force Feedback Joystick DriverPCMCIA GAME/MIDI - for Normal Joystick DriverPCMCIA GAME Card DriverPCMCIA GAME Card (G2) Driver
EXP Computer, Inc.
Supported Operating SystemsWindows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows NT3.51, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows 95, Windows 3.1
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Works with DOS plus all Windows versions (including NT). Some laptops (mostly older ThinkPad's) may require you to disable your soundcard to use the MIDI or joystick functions. To do this, locate the Control Panel. Click System, then Device Manager. Look for something that says "sound". Click the + next to it, then click the soundcard. Now, click "Disable in this hardware profile", click OK, then reboot your computer. When you are done using the PCMCIA card, open control panel again and follow the same steps as before, except unclick "disable in this hardware profile".
18.104.22.168 (DG Member) on 10-Jun-2001
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