This is for the PAS 16 soundcard made by MediaVision, with the Sony cd-rom interface. This is for Dos, Windows 3.11, and with some doing, Win95. I have not checked it under Win98, or other OS versions.
After unzipping the file, there will be a self extracting utility for the program and a cd-rom help text. After installing the program in Dos, run Add new hardware in Win95. Windows 95 recognizes this card as a Mediavision Thunderboard, on my machine, but it works! The fuzziest part of the installation was getting Win95 to recognize the cd-rom. To do this add a Sony proprietary cd-rom controller and follow the instructions in the cd-rom help file. Hope this helps at least a few others. Have a great day.
Ken K (DG Member) on 8-May-2001
The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|SONY-32.EXE||817.8 KB||7 May 2001|
|SONY-32.EXE/FILELIST.TXT||1.5 KB||17 Feb 1994|
|SONY-32.EXE/INSTALL.EXE||91.7 KB||14 Oct 1993|
|SONY-32.EXE/LHARC.EXE||31.3 KB||16 Dec 1992|
|SONY-32.EXE/MANCOPY.BAT||523 bytes||4 Nov 1993|
|SONY-32.EXE/MANSEDD.BAT||764 bytes||3 Mar 1994|
|SONY-32.EXE/MANUAL.BAT||3.2 KB||14 Oct 1993|
|SONY-32.EXE/MANWCOPY.BAT||1.1 KB||14 Oct 1993|
|SONY-32.EXE/MANWSEDD.BAT||1.4 KB||14 Oct 1993|
|SONY-32.EXE/MVINST.INF||10.1 KB||22 Feb 1994|
|SONY-32.EXE/MVSOUND.SYS||18.4 KB||17 Sep 1993|
|SONY-32.EXE/PCM.COM||12.8 KB||28 Jul 1993|
|SONY-32.EXE/PROAS.EXE||17.9 KB||17 Sep 1993|
|SONY-32.EXE/PROGRAMS.LZH||646.6 KB||15 Apr 1994|
|SONY-32.EXE/QAINFO.EXE||92.4 KB||16 Dec 1992|
|SONY-32.EXE/SEDIT.EXE||18.1 KB||16 Sep 1993|
|SONYCD~1.TXT||1.7 KB||7 May 2001|
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