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Sam Doder
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Ok so I have an old IBM think pad that has windows 98 on it.

When ever I try to get a line with



I have tried everything but it says line not available exception.

This program works on all my computers except this old one.
The old laptop has a mic port and speakers that work . But I would like to know what format ,...etc to use to get a line to the speakers/mic ,... one must exist.

I am using java 1.4.2 sound api

So what is the most general or oldest format that is support for old laptop computers sound card around 1998/95 ish era.

To get a line

Such a headache rrrrrrrrrrrr.
 
Maneesh Godbole
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This might or might not be related, so take it with a grain of salt.

If I remember correctly, java had some compatibility issues with 98 (it was more because MS had broken backward compatibility). The solution was replacing one of the system dlls, with the one available in the jdk installation folder. The dll was symcjit.dll or something similar. You might want to try it out.
 
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