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 File comments for:  Driver » Handler » ahi-handler.lzx

Ahi-handler

Description: AHI-handler (AUDIO:)
Download: ahi-handler.lzx
Version: 6.2
Date: 28 Jun 2006
Category: driver/handler
FileID: 1909
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Comment by: samo79 (2.40.73.3)At: 20 Mar 2019, 20:30File version: 6.2
Is there any difference between this native version and the included 68k version bundled in OS 4.1+ ?
Aniway, as native release would be nice to have this version bundled by default
 
 
Comment by: AlexC (85.0.32.124)At: 30 Jun 2006, 04:32File version: 6.2
@salass00
All the files in the archive are dated 2000 instead of 2006

BTW: Works fine here on XE with Audigy2.

 
 
Comment by: salass00 (83.102.41.158)At: 28 Jun 2006, 05:58File version: 6.2
@spot

Should have tried extracting the arhive then and not just open it in Unarc...

I've uploaded a new, working archive that should be up soon. I've removed a
useless object file, which got left in by mistake, so it is quite a bit smaller
also.
 
 
Comment by: Raziel (84.145.46.177)At: 27 Jun 2006, 22:12File version: 6.2
@spot

AHI-handler is needed by some programs to playback sound/music
i.e. Battle for Wesnoth
 
 
Comment by: spot (213.66.52.13)At: 27 Jun 2006, 21:32File version: 6.2
the archive is corrupt. i managed to get the needed files anyway though. what
exactly does audio handler do? how do i use it? .. or rather, why do i need it?
:)
 
 

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