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Re: List of Free Games

in Milliways
Steam Pinball FX3 (+ some tables) --------------- Can not locate Epic Free Bundle. Can you provide a link? Thanks. I've found it, it seems to be a DLC for Paladins.

Looking for a bomb defusal game

in Milliways
To make thins worse, I DO have that game on Steam but I don't know where to find it. Some time ago, I acquired (I don't remember if I bought it on a bundle or got it as a freebie) a short game, that was not from any well known publisher nor a particulary good one. It was a short game, because I got …

Re: Request for custom dos Cheat codes

in DOS
dr_st wrote on 2020-03-05, 06:58: I second Game Wizard 32. Used it quite successfully for a couple of games that had no built-in cheat codes (a long time ago). Not to mention that, in some cases, you can save a "snapshot" of your game and continue playing at that point.

Re: Redneck Rampage fond memories

in Milliways
Not so fond memories here... I've tried a few times to play through this game and I've never finished it. - It gives me motion sickness. It doesn't matter if I play it on a 486 or an Athlon, or even if I play it using the source port. It's strange, because I've played through Duke Nukem 3D and …

Re: How to: Imaging/cloning a harddrive, using Linux only....

in Milliways
I'd use clonezilla to do disk imaging if your computer supports it (and I'd try older versions if modern ones are not supported). Clonezilla will try to copy only data used in filesystems (using less space), have more compression options (again, less space) and it can resize the filesystems if you …

Re: Creative's intended market for 16 bit audio?

in Marvin \ Sound
When SB 16 came out it was in 1992 which was still mostly DOS era games, thereby breaking SB Pro 2 backward compatibility SB16 was almost fully compatible with earlier Sound Blasters, it only extended Sound Blaster capabilities (like SB Pro extended SB 1.0). The only thing that couldn't do was CMS …

Re: How to (manually) align a FAT filesystem?

in PC Emulation
I guess someone has to differ between physical and logical sector sizes. Ideally, both overlap each others seamlessly. Yup, I missed the "logical" bit. In any case, you can take two approach to partition alignment: using clusters multiple of 4K (in HDDs that uses 4K sectors, in flash media it …

Re: How to (manually) align a FAT filesystem?

in PC Emulation
So since I don't have access to a Linux system to format with, I tried things like GParted (which 3x different versions or GParted wouldn't boot on my 3x different P3 systems...) and other bootable CD solutions, and even software which is compatible in Windows7/8/10 (like EaseUS PartitionGuru I …

Re: How to (manually) align a FAT filesystem?

in PC Emulation
Keep also in mind that in FAT/FAT32 partitions the file clusters begin right after the FAT table(s), whose size is not a nice round cluster number. From mkfs.vfat (Linux) manpage: ... OPTIONS -a Normally, for any filesystem except very small ones, mkfs.fat will align all the data structures to …

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