Dec 292017
Voice Blaster Jr. for Windows. Plays MIDI and VOC sound file.
File VPLAYW.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
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Voice Blaster Jr. for Windows. Plays MIDI and VOC sound file.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
DEMO.MID 3232 1903 deflated
ELMER.VOC 31780 29604 deflated
GO.BAT 135 103 deflated
LIST.COM 9209 6910 deflated
README.OLD 664 407 deflated
README.TXT 3591 1562 deflated
REGISTER.TXT 4342 2034 deflated
SNDBLST.DLL 23776 12632 deflated
VPLAYW.EXE 33056 12455 deflated

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Contents of the README.TXT file

(C) 1992 Copyright by Mark E Cowan

Thank you for evaluating this program. Voice Blaster Jr. for Windows is a
Windows 3.0 application. It allows one to play any combination of 'queued'
up 'midi' music and 'voc' digitized sound files from within windows. Since
the program is a windows application, one can queue up multiple files,
minimize the program, and run other Windows programs while listening to
voice and music files simualtaneously. This currently supports only the
Sound Blaster and Sound Blaster Pro cards, but will work on any Sound
Blaster compatible cards. It currently only plays mono files, but if you
register, when the Stereo functions are implemented, you will be notified
(estimated about 2 months).

Please try this program out and see for yourself how easy it is to use. If
you decide to use the program, please send $10.00 to register this product.
Also, see the 'register.txt' file for further exciting details of the parent
program Voice Blaster for Windows (Sr).


If you would like to receive a disk with an automatic installation program
that will perform all the below instruction along with the full blown Voice
Blaster for Windows, read the file 'register.txt' file for details!

On with running this program!


It is quite simple to install this program. Here is the neccesary steps:

Step 1)

First, you must modify the file in your 'Windows' directory called 'win.ini'.
Before making this change, make a backup of the file. Here is the lines to
add to 'win.ini':


Add these changes to the very end of 'win.ini'.

Step 2)

Next, copy all the files contained in '' to the directory desired.
Here is an example of creating a new directory and copying the files after
down loading
dos prompt you type

c:\pcplus\dwn> md c:\windows\vplayw
c:\pcplus\dwn> copy c:\windows\vplayw
c:\pcplus\dwn> cd \windows\vplayw
c:\windows\vplayw> pkunzip

Explaination: c:\pcplus\dwn is the directory the zipped file was
down loaded into. A sub directory of windows is created c:\windows\vplayw.
Next, the file is copied to \windows\vplayw, and then the files
are unzipped.

Step 3)

Now copy the file 'sndblst.dll' to the Windows directory. This is important,
and you must make sure that is is properly copied to the Windows directory,
(where '' resides) usually c:\windows. Here is an example:

dos prompt you type

c:\windows\vplayw> copy sndblst.dll c:\windows

When you run vplayw.exe, 'sndblst.dll' must reside in the windows directory
to allow access to the Sound Blaster functions required to play music and
voice files.


To run vplayw.exe, first run Windows, and then either add vplayw.exe to a
program group, or select the File menue from the Program Manager, then Run,
and type in the full path name (ie: c:\windows\vplayw\vplayw.exe).


After you register, you will receive support for this program up to one
year, receive notices on additional programs as they become available.
See the file 'register.txt' for details.

The End

SoundBlaster is a trademark of Creative Labs.
DOS and Windows are a trademark of Microsoft Corporation

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