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According to the manual, "FMOD Ex supports the following hardware platforms. No other audio system available supports this many platforms." "Microsoft Windows series. "

Seems this does not include 95, at least it seems I cannot load fmodex.dll at all on windows 95 (msvcrt.dll installed).
see:
http://ctuser.net/_files/miss1.png
http://ctuser.net/_files/miss2.png
(guess you are more familiar with depency walker but i guess some functions are missing; windows 95b without ie)

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Heh well actually those red functions are functions used by the Vista output. Who is using win95 we could either do something about it or just raise our minimum requirements to XP+

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Msdn 2001:
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* CreateWaitableTimer and SetWaitableTimer are "Included in Windows 98 and later." / "Included in Windows NT 4.0 and later."
* PropVariantClear is "Included in Windows 95 and later." / "Included in Windows NT 4.0 SP2 and later."
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Well, seems PropVariantClear is not present on a clean Windows 95b, but I did not install any ole update except OLEAUT32.DLL to get visual basic programs to run. (And I found some incompatibilities in my programs too)

Windows 95 is pretty old and unsupported. Windows 98 also seems to have no support any more, however thats partly because they don’t want it to run (obscure API imports, or simply claiming it will not run on Windws 9x). I haven’t tested on a clean Windows 98 (FE) yet, but I guess FMOD Ex will run.

Maybe you can just mention that FMOD Ex does currently not run on Windows 95 until you got some spare time to dynamically allocate those functions?

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