* If you have a CD-ROM hooked up to the Monte Carlo, see the section at the
bottom after completing the installation steps.
* Try to avoid using the Sierra Audio Rack program in Stealth mode. This
application was designed for Win 3.1 and may cause a General Protection
Fault in Win 95.
* Do not use the Switch application to change between V-synth and Standard
drivers. The program was designed for use in Windows 3.1 and will not
function properly under Windows95.
* The Turtle Beach CD Player (TBCD) sometimes displays a white rectangle next
to the of the main controls. This only affects the appearance of the Player
and not the functionality.
* MicroWave is not usable as an OLE server on some machines.
* The drivers should be installed from the "Add new Hardware" section of the
Windows 95 control panel. Do not have Windows 95 search for the new
hardware, it will not find it. On the screen labeled "Hardware Types"
select "Sound, Video, and Game Controllers" from the bottom of the list.
Where appropriate, click on the "Have-Disk" icon to install the file.
* If you do not hear any audio after installation and you are not receiving
any error messages, make sure that nothing is muted on the Windows 95 Mixer