You'll need an ESS or a SoundBlaster16 compatible sound card. Primary testing has been done on an SB16, an AWE64, and an SBLive!
DAMP is known to work on the following machines:
Intel PIII-700 with Creative SoundBlaster Live! Value, 128Mb RAM, 32Mb nVidia TNT-2 gfx card (The current development machine)
Intel Pentium 166MMX with Creative SoundBlaster AWE64 (The initial development machine)
Intel PII-350 with Creative SoundBlaster Vibra16 (The primary test machine)
Intel Pentium 133 with ProSound 3d (onboard)
AMD K6-2 300MHz with Creative SoundBlaster16
AMD K6-2 350MHz with Creative Vibra16, 64MB RAM, SIS6326 AGPx2 (8Mb) graphics card.
486 DX4 100MHz with ESS Card and 12MB RAM (probably the lowest spec machine I'd recommend for DAMP)
It should run fairly well on other (slower or faster) machines.
It is not recommended for use under WindowsNT, WinME, Win2k, WinXP or Vista, but does work
in a Windows 95 DOS box, and also under Win98.
If you want to run DAMP under plain DOS, you'll need CWSDPMI.EXE
If you don't have it, you can download it by clicking here. (cwsdpmi.zip - 29Kb)