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Questions regarding the 86c911.

in PC Emulation
How much does it differ in the pixel transfer registers and the acceleration commands from later chips like 764? (Outside memory mapping and color compare and little else I know). There's no technical reference manual online about this chip.

Re: 86box completed builds?

in PC Emulation
Just go to our irc channel (name is on our github repository) and get the latest binary from there, which is more updated than the ones on jenkins, the commits associated to this latest binary are coming soon.

Re: PCEm emulation problems in Windows 98 SE

in PC Emulation
Probably incomplete emulation, and ISO+WAV is not implemented. You also need a quite powerful PC. You can also use 86Box as an alternative (I contribute to it a lot, and I'll notify the staff about ISO+WAV 😀 ). Edit: its latest binary is on irc.rol.im, softhistory channel and ask the staff about it …

Re: Emulation speed issues with 86box

in PC Emulation
Sorry to piggy back here, but I also noticed that when I start up a Win98 machine in the latest PCEM, the audio is smooth. When I do the same with 86Box it sounds a bit choppy. It doesn't matter what CPU I pick. It's almost like the default buffering options are different between the two emulators. …

Re: DOSBox-X branch

They did. There are PC-98 specific versions of Windows 3.0, 3.1, 95, and 98. There are also PC-98 specific versions of Windows NT, apparently. Up to Windows 2000 PC98. WindowsNT4.0 too. https://sites.google.com/site/np21win/setup/win2000 https://sites.google.com/site/np21win/setup/winnt4-0 Up to …

Re: DOSBox-X branch

TheGreatCodeholio wrote: They did. There are PC-98 specific versions of Windows 3.0, 3.1, 95, and 98. There are also PC-98 specific versions of Windows NT, apparently. Up to Windows 2000 PC98.

Re: 86box produces farting noises and lags on an i7 PC

in PC Emulation
You need a more powerful CPU and mobo. The reason why on some boards you can't set more than 128MB of ram is because the 86box team prefers to set it per how the emulated motherboard originally supported the highest amount of ram when it shipped. For Windows 95 lagging, you might want AmnHLT (a VXD …

Re: 86Box Getting Started

in PC Emulation
There are several bus types for the HDD, ranging from MFM/RLL to SCSI (+ removable), check our #softhistory channel over at ringoflightning for more information. Edit: For your specific configuration written here, set the the HDD type to IDE and the bus type to either IDE PIO or IDE PIO+DMA.

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