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Win95 FAQ Part 13 of 14: MS Plus etc.
Section - 13.8. How do I use 3D Pinball?

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   Use? Play, you mean. Just install it from Plus Setup. You'll find the
   icon for it in your Games group on your Start Menu, along with the
   other classic time wasters like Minesweeper, etc.

     * 13.8.1. How come 3D pinball doesn't play any music or sound
       effects? 
       
   Most likely because you don't have a sound card, but if you do, turn
   on the Music and Sound from the game's Options menu. The first time
   you run Pinball you'll find these turned off.
   
   Music won't play unless you have a working MIDI device installed. This
   works by default on cards with Win95 drivers, but Win 3.1 drivers
   require special MIDI mapper tuning. Gravis Ultrasound users will have
   to manually load a patch map into the GUS's memory before 3D Pinball
   will play music. Get updated drivers from www.gravis.com to fix this.
   

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Top Document: Win95 FAQ Part 13 of 14: MS Plus etc.
Previous Document: 13.7. How do I use the Dial-up Networking Server?
Next Document: 13.9. Top ten things missing from Microsoft Plus

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