elcorreodelcoco at gmail.com
Wed Dec 1 22:54:24 CET 2010
> The ESI PCIe cards use completely different chips:
I just have took 2 photos of the card, if someone want the photos just
ask me and i will send. The card has 2 main chips (one per side):
ESI ES7010L (pcie connexion?)
TENOR TE7009 (sound)
> To quote <http://www.gfec.com.tw/ics.php>:
> | PCI driver ready – Linux , Windows
> As I wrote in the other mail, I'm not sure what "ready" is supposed to
> mean, but it certainly doesn't mean "can be simply downloaded". Try
> asking GFEC and ESI.
I have written an email to the GFEC Tenor contact, asking for
documentation of TE7009. Now im waiting for the response.
Clemens, thanks for the links.
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