Crystal Semiconductor CS4236B/37B/38B/35/39 Driver Download

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Supported Models

CS4236B/37B/38B/35/39 Driver

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Supported Operating Systems

Windows Vista, Windows Vista (64 bit), Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Other

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Uploader Notes

NT 4 drivers for the sound card on board the Zida / Tomato TX98 - 3D. Windows versions released after NT 4 will probably recognize it by default (XP does), but these drivers will be useful for the users migrating to ReactOS.

Apparently these drivers might work on NT 3.51 as well, didn't try.

If anyone has one such (functional) motherboard to spare, please e-mail me, I will buy it (have got a Paypal account).

Uploaded By

Alex (DG Member) on 13-Dec-2007

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
BNT190RN.DOC 18.9 KB 1 Feb 1998
CSPNP.INF 21.5 KB 29 Jan 1998
CWB3DSND.EXE 236.0 KB 29 Jan 1998
CWBAUDIO.BIN 8.6 KB 29 Jan 1998
CWBAUDIO.SYS 281.7 KB 29 Jan 1998
CWBAUDLL.DLL 127.0 KB 29 Jan 1998
MIDIMAP.CFG 41.6 KB 29 Jan 1998
OEMSETUP.INF 340 bytes 29 Jan 1998

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