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The AC'97 Audio Codec also supports a SPDIF out function which allows easy connection from the PC to consumer electronic products. The codec comes bundled with Windows drivers and various sound effects (including Karaoke, emulation of 26 sound environments, and 5-band equalizer), features that round off any PC sound system.
3. Something like the paper-fold example of explaining time travel or warping in space theory - bypass the driver requirement by directly communicating with the sound cards by "contacting directly" the sound cards, via the usual common audio hardware ports and interrupts on the pc.
Then, it'll be like the SB emulator itself is like a universal driver, where it'll be using the pc's ports as a bridge to access the sound cards' functions directly, rather than depending on a driver.
The only true sound blaster hardware are the cards that plug into legacy ISA slots. The later sound blaster cards, and equivalents, for PCI bus all require DOS drivers to achieve legacy sound blaster compatibility.
As far as I can determine, the SB DOS drivers are really sound blaster emulators, but still require hardware support from the sound card. In particular, a SB PCI card has to intercept access to legacy sound blaster I/O ports (eg 0x220) and produce interrupts. The interrupt handler is code in the DOS emulator, which then determines what I/O port operation the game has requested, and then controls the actual sound hardware accordingly.
DOS driver files I have seen for Sound Blaster card have names such as SBINIT.COM, SBEINIT.COM, SBLOAD.EXE, SBPCI.BIN. These files are a mix of 16-bit real mode, and 32-bit protected mode code. So they require EMM386, or equilvalent, to load and run in DOS environment. The driver makes use of VCPI for protected mode operations.
The sound blaster PCI cards produce PCI SERR or IRQ to support legacy SB emulation with DOS drivers. In the case of SERR, it routes to processor NMI, but modern motherboards no longer route PCI SERR to processor NMI. There will be no way for SB DOS drivers to function properly in configurations requiring SERR/NMI, even with working sound card hardware. If card uses IRQ for legacy support instead, then emulation should still work in theory. Interrupt latency may not be a problem after all, assuming the processor recognizes interrupts before the hardware completes (fake SB) I/O port accesses.
On sound blasters or equivalent, I think some cards use the ES1371 chip. According to the datasheet circulating on the internet, the chip has an AC97 codec. That implies the SB DOS drivers for cards with ES1371 already emulate SB using an underlying AC97 codec. So the solution may be to find a way to get this emulation to work by substituting with software, the hardware I/O port trapping feature of the card.