Aztech SC128-3D PnP Wavetable Synthesizer Driver Download

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Supported Models

SC128-3D PnP SB Pro Compatible Device Driver

SC128-3D Legacy Relocator for PCI Audio Device Driver

SC128-3D PCI Audio Device Driver

SC128-3D PCI Gameport Device Driver

SC128-3D PnP FM Synthesizer Driver

SC128-3D PnP Gameport Joystick Driver

SC128-3D PnP Wave/Aux/Mixer Device Driver



Supported Operating Systems

Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows NT3.51, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows 95, Windows 3.1

File Name

Uploaded By

DriverGuide (DG Staff Member) on 14-Mar-2004

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
DRIVERS/S3MIXER.EXE 64.1 KB 28 Oct 1997
DRIVERS/S3AUDIO.CPL 20.5 KB 28 Oct 1997
DRIVERS/S3FM.DRV 19.2 KB 28 Oct 1997
DRIVERS/DETECT32.DLL 18.9 KB 28 Oct 1997
DRIVERS/SETUP.EXE 208.9 KB 28 Oct 1997
DRIVERS/S3MIDI.DRV 27.8 KB 28 Oct 1997
DRIVERS/S3CVXD.VXD 57.0 KB 4 Nov 1997
DRIVERS/S3THUNK.DLL 8.2 KB 28 Oct 1997
DRIVERS/S3GM1.BIN 1.0 MB 28 Oct 1997
DRIVERS/DETECT16.DLL 4.9 KB 28 Oct 1997
DRIVERS/S3WAVE.DRV 61.6 KB 4 Nov 1997
DRIVERS/SETUP.INI 930 bytes 28 Oct 1997
DRIVERS/S3DLSVXD.VXD 10.2 KB 28 Oct 1997
DRIVERS/S3MIXER.TXT 1.0 KB 28 Oct 1997
DRIVERS/S3LEGACY.COM 11.8 KB 28 Oct 1997
DRIVERS/S3AUDIO.INF 8.0 KB 28 Oct 1997
DRIVERS/S3VJOYD.VXD 6.2 KB 28 Oct 1997
DRIVERS/S3INIT.INI 896 bytes 28 Oct 1997
DRIVERS/S3BASE.DLL 191.1 KB 28 Oct 1997
file_id.diz 87 bytes 11 Apr 1998

How to Update SC128-3D PnP Wavetable Synthesizer Device Drivers Quickly & Easily

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