I'm trying to use a MIDI Keyboard Casio PX-310 with a Sound Blaster 16 ISA no PnP, so that when I play the keyboard, the SB16 FM Synth plays. The system is Win98SE (that means that MS-DOS 7.11 is also an alternative).
I tried with MIDI-OX to some degree of success. If open MIDI-OX I get sound, it works but as soon as I play a single keyboard key I get this error on screen:
An error has ocurred in your program. To keep working anyway,
click Ignore and save your work in a new file. To quit this program, click Close.
You will lose information you entered since your last Save.
If I click Close, I'll get a system freeze and this message:
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MIDIOX caused a general protection fault in module MMCBK16.DLL at 0001:00000e8c. Registers: EAX=c189ce74 CS=2e87 EIP=00000e8c EFLGS=00000203 EBX=00000000 SS=320f ESP=00000fe4 EBP=00000fea ECX=80000046 DS=016f ESI=0071f2dc FS=2fbf EDX=80000004 ES=2e6f EDI=64101ba5 GS=0000 Bytes at CS:EIP: ff 06 12 00 ff 76 fe 9a 66 0a 87 2e c9 ca 10 00 Stack dump: 00000a12 00000246 003b0204 00000000 00000000 2e6f0000 00820000
What could be the problem here? Would you recommend a different way to achieve my goal of playing the keyboard with the SB16 Synth? Perhaps using another software for Win98, or for MS-DOS?