Welcome to my virtual machines page. This page has virtual machines of every version of windows from 3.1 to XP. I will not post anything newer than that, mainly because these operating systems are still being supported.
Connect Usb Device Vmware
Download Vmware Sound Cards & Media Devices Driver
What you neede to use the virtual machines
You will neede to download the vmware player installer to use these virtual machines. That is included on this page.
What is included in the virtual machines
Sound Card in vSphere Virtual Machine is an unsupported configuration. This is feature dedicated to Virtual Machines created in VMware Workstation. However, you can still add HD Audio device to vSphere Virtual Machine by manually editing.vmx file. DL(refreshed and now working): http://www.findthatfile.com/search-15945196-fEXE/software-tools-download-sbpciwebdrvsv51201.exe.htm. Click Virtual Machines in the VMware Host Client inventory. Select Add other device and select Sound controller from the drop-down menu. You can see the sound controller in the list of available devices for the virtual machine. In the Sound card section, select an option for the sound controller from the drop-down menu. The package provides the installation files for C-Media USB Audio Device Driver version 10.0.1.1. If the driver is already installed on your system, updating (overwrite-installing) may fix various issues, add new functions, or just upgrade to the available version.
Each of these virtual machines includes 1 or more screen readers. In windows 3.1 and windows 9x, the virtual braille n speak that talks through nvda is included. This is reely only required for windows 3.1, because window eyes 3.0 doesn't support any software speech other than keynote gold, which is a 15 minute demo. I included the virtual braille n speak on windows 9x because the screen readers included support the braille n speak, and that is generally more responsive than using a software synthesizer that is installed in the virtual machine. In the case of windows 95, the sound card is single chanle, so the virtual braille n speak is a good option if you are using windows 95 for multimedia purposes.