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Re: SBLive Retail DOS Drivers and BSOD

If I uncomment those lines, then the system boots. But commenting out the CTSYN, BLASTER, and SBEINIT lines causes the BSOD. CTSYN and BLASTER are just environment variables, aren't they? Do you still get a BSOD if you leave in those lines but comment out the SBEINIT line? What if you leave in the …

Re: Windows 95 ISO

in PC Emulation
I'm looking for Windows 95 ISO file to emulate Windows 95. I got some on winworldpc but they had a bug with sound. the virtual machine would make loud beeping sounds. Your question is unclear. The term "ISO file" is generally used to refer to a CD image. If you are looking for an image of a Windows …

Re: CTSB16.SYS , CTMMSYS.SYS and SB16SET

I would try a soft reboot but for some reason every since I put this machine together years ago the ctrl-alt-del does not work. Maybe there is something in the BIOS that needs to be switched to fix that? Strange indeed. I'm not familiar with any means of disabling that in the BIOS. I suppose you've …

Re: CTSB16.SYS , CTMMSYS.SYS and SB16SET

Is between 549K to 582K of conventional memory enough for games? If you never encounter a game that requires more conventional memory (possibly because you've stuffed this box in a corner to collect dust), then yes, you have enough conventional memory and you should stop worrying about this. Is …

Re: LAN Build Project - Is Microsoft Hearts Network possible in XP?

in Windows
but the comment referenced an older post on a defunct website. Of course archive.org is always a solution for such things. https://web.archive.org/web/20080309000420/http://www.annoyances.org/exec/forum/win95/t1044520479 The solutions listed above to play MS Hearts on an XP LAN WILL work at least …

Re: EMM386 - What am I doing wrong here?

There is a virus that is known to stop everything from loading into upper memory. Perhaps you accidentally infected your system in the process of "cramming it full with dos and early windows games"? (If so, it would be very useful for posterity if the particular culprit could be identified.) See for …

Re: old program help

I just don't understand how our IT did it because it works extremely well on Windows 7 on the company provided image. As noted above, you can easily examine the "company provided image" and determine what changes were made to DOSBox. A very long time ago someone posted a custom version of DOSBox …

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