Aztech PCI3328 SB DOS Emulation

Category: Other
Manufacturer: Aztech System Ltd
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 0.06 MB
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 98 SE, Windows ME
Latest Version / Release Date: v0.003 / 03 Apr 1998

Windows device driver information for Aztech PCI3328 SB DOS Emulation

The Aztech PCI3328 SB DOS Emulation is part of the functionality of a PCI based computer component which allows for the support for other types of input devices like joysticks among others. These types of game devices are normally connected to the game port at the back panel of the supported hardware component. The basic functionality of the supported device is to provide audio processing operation for the host computer system. Once the proper device driver is installed into the host computer system the Aztech PCI3328 SB DOS Emulation automatically activates its game port allowing the underlying operating system environment to detect the presence of any gaming devices. The device driver provides the computer user with the necessary software based interface to calibrate the functionality of the input device. This allows for a better response from the supported device during game play.

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The device driver also provides the supported hardware component with the capability to emulate the functionality of a Disk Operating System environment. What this translates to is that the supported gaming device on the game port can be used in older computer games that execute on the Disk Operating System platform. This functionality allows for backward compatibility support for legacy computer systems and software applications. The game port supported by the Aztech PCI3328 SB DOS Emulation and its corresponding device driver is not limited to computer gaming environments. Third party developers may utilize this interface port to provide support for customized software applications. The device driver essentially allows the host operating system environment access to the various feature sets of the attached hardware component. For newer operating system environments which are predominantly Graphical User Interface based, this feature allows the computer user to execute older software applications from the command prompt while maintaining support for the input device. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Aztech PCI3328 SB DOS Emulation errors before installing any driver updates.