cdu33a.zip (14.4 KB)
This will install the Interface Card ( on older sound cards) and Sony Proprietary CDrom. Extract these files to a Windows 95/98 or ME boot disk (Choose "Yes" to overwrite existing config.sys, autoexec.bat, and MSCDEX files) and it will create a bootable disk that will get that old Sony drive to work. You dont need the sound card drivers loaded in dos to make this work, just reboot with the start-up disk in the drive, and your on your way.
Tom Fleeman (DG Member) on 30-Nov-2000
The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|AUTOEXEC.BAT||37 bytes||30 Nov 2000|
|MSCDEX.EXE||25.5 KB||8 Jun 2000|
|CONFIG.SYS||100 bytes||30 Nov 2000|