Re: [oasys-pci] Installing OASYS PCI using virtual Windows 98 (VMware) on XP
- Just a post on a board.
Unsubstantiated - hence asking on this list as this is the definitive oasys PCI user group as far as I know.
I've tried on XP, various methods to no avail. There simply is no compatible driver.
On 14 Nov 2012, at 01:36, o.fairhall@... wrote:
> Sorry, I'm no help with this, but where did you hear/read that OASYS
> PCI could run on XP?
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> Sorry for another post, but wondering if anyone from the group has
> successfully installed the card running on a virtual Windows 98
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- John Bowen also worked on the original Prophet 5 and was responsible for its original voicing. It's been a while since I fired up my OASYS-PCI but, as I recall, those Prophet 5 presets are in there somewhere...
- ideation -
On 28 Nov 2012, at 5:53pm, Sean Purdy wrote:
> About the three versions of the Oasys:
> John Bowen (involved in Oasys PCI) and his time at the start of Creamware:
> I have a Creamware board and an Oasys PCI, both in a Mac G4 tower running OS9
> I really don't want to run Win98 just to use the Oasys. Yuk.