Is someone collecting those? FM sound card comparison on a Grand Scale!! The Panasonic interface couldn’t be disabled, so it wasted some port addresses, but at least no IRQs! This thread makes me wonder who has the biggest collection of unique CT numbers, duplicates don’t count. This was one of the last non-PnP cards Creative made.
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But you can show how video capturing was done in the time the card was on the market.
Creative Labs CT6850 Video Driver
Card works, but noisy as typical of all early sound blasters. There must be thousands of different models. A close up of large chips.
It came with the same desktop Labtec mic the AWE32 did. I later found out that VoiceAssist just worked no matter what sound card you had and it didn’t require this rip off chip.
FAST, Rockwell chipsets and phone bills were important. A family friend got this for me.
Creative S3 Savage4 Pro (CT6850) 32MB AGP 1x/2x Graphics adapter
I think it was somebody else who threatened to sue before they got their asses together to make more of these to ship out as evidenced by the newer Creative style manual and floppy disk.
The 2nd disk just added TextAssist and Mosaic, all run by the same installer not separate like you’d find in a SB16 package. I think it was due to slow sales they did that.
Creative S3 Savage4 Pro (CT) 32MB AGP 1x/2x Graphics adapter | eBay
I’m really thankful still they did that because this thing was crazy expensive, and it turns out it wasn’t that great but creatvie didn’t realize until years later how much of a scam artist Creative Labs was If you’re asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem.
Oh c6850, at least I got a used one I am using now.
The floppies came with probably the last labw of the drivers and utils that Creative made for this particular card. Download my “super” ISO. I don’t think they sold much of any of those kits, making it even more rare than the Sound Blaster Easy 16, which was an external creativd kit. Finally, the other cards Discussion about old PC hardware.
This was one of the last non-PnP cards Creative made. SAAP chips on the way I own the rare upgrade kit also, so I transplanted the chip from labe messed up CT which was my first sound card to it! So why did I want this useless crap to begin with? This was marketed as a premium sound card by Creative, so it only made crdative that they gave it the best chips possible without redesigning the card during its production run because sales volumes were very low compared to the others.
It was one of those gimmicks that were very cool back in the 90s. Well, that marketing trick sure worked!
The volume dial is a little warped. Keep up the good work. Where’s the 3DO Blaster? I think it was about 8 months before I got this!
It has onboard Microsoft Video One hardware compression.