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I have old PCI soundcards that I need run on my Snow Leopard (desktop hackintosh).

My cards are Echoaudio's MiaMIDI and Mona. From their site, I can get the C++ library. This is what they say at the download page:

Interested in writing your own driver for Echo’s hardware? Then you need the generic driver code. This is the cross-platform C++ library used for our Windows and Mac PCI and Cardbus drivers.

Would you please point me to the right direction what should I do with this library to make my cards work on Snow Leopard? I'm totally new to xCode but I'm willing to try.

Here's the link to the download page.

Thanks.

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I'm confused. They have an OSX drive already, but you want to make your own?

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I'm confused. They have an OSX drive already, but you want to make your own?


The drivers on the site are for PowerPC only, they won't work on Intel Macs.





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