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Re: redneck rampage with winxp..NOT with a dual boot

in DOS
The reason for this is because each NTVDM session is seperate. So a TSR loaded in one NTVDM does not carry over into the next. This is why you must run them within the same session. The simplest way to test your games before you start messing around with batch files for simplicity is to surf to the …

Re: CD-AUDIO & Dos

XP's "Enable Digital Audio" Streams the Digital Audio over the PCI bus so the cable is not necessary. This is not your problem. Your problem is most likely the fact that NT's MSCDEX driver does not support the necessary functions to enable your CD audio. You can verify this by trying your game under …

Re: VESA and Duke Nukem 3D

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NO SFX (Repeat NO SOUND EFFECTS) in Windows 2000 for BUILD engine games, Duke 3D, Redneck, Shadow Warrior, etc etc. MUISC (General MIDI) works fine and VESA too (If your vid card supports and if your using NOLFB). So try again but WITHOUT SFX. NOLFB works in NT4/2K/XP with the SAME results. It's …

Re: redneck rampage with winxp..NOT with a dual boot

in DOS
Check the .CFG files. I almost always conf the game with the .CFG instead of the SETUP prog. That's how I figured out that BUILD games with NOLFB hack were capable of 1200X1024. Went through each res above 800x600. Then I tested Scitech VBETEST and the highest listed RES with NOLFB was 1200. So it …

Re: VESA in NT4/2K/XP

Any of MY games. I'll doublecheck my list but it's seems that it's only the BUILD games.... Mechwarrior 2 is the only game that I had to use NOLFB for (if I don't use it then I cannot get past the login screen) Unfortunately the game still freezes upon trying to launch a game.

Re: redneck rampage with winxp..NOT with a dual boot

in DOS
As far as the 2 other Redneck games. No I have not played either of them under NT. As for the advice that Nicht and I have given does work fine for all Build games (Duke Nukem, Blood, Shadow Warrior, Redneck Rampage) The ACT will not help in your case since you are using a DOS games. So don't bother …

Re: VESA in NT4/2K/XP

NOLFB had no effect on any other game except BUILD engine games on my computer. I will check to see if it enables VESA with my GF4 but there's nothing to check with the 9700 since all games with VESA work and those that don't are the BUILD engine games which NOLFB enables to work.

Re: Cannot enable EMS under Win2K...

Well, my EMS don't work no mo'. Was playing around with NOLFB with my VESA games and decided to give a couple of my EMS games a whirl while I was at it. Unfortunately they would not work! I checked my config's and everything checked out but EMS would not enable. :mad: This was in XP. I then booted …

VESA in NT4/2K/XP

Okay, status of VESA gaming in NT: Geforce 3/4 NT4: No VESA gaming at all except pre-vesa modes. NT5: No VESA gaming at all except pre-vesa modes. XP: Vesa works! Radeon 9700 NT4: Vesa works NT5: Vesa works (except cursor stuck in upper-left hand side..aka "the box) XP: Vesa works Now, I've heard …

Re: redneck rampage with winxp..NOT with a dual boot

in DOS
Redneck Rampage Rides Again works fine. Was playing it last night in NT4/2K/XP (without SFX in NT4/2K of course). I was about to ask if your DPMI (DOSX) executable was enabled but you said that Blood worked.... Are you sure that your copy of the game isn't corrupt?

Re: TPPATCH or another patch?

in DOS
There is no "Universal Patch" to get your games to work in NT4/2K/XP. I believe you already posted a thread about SQ6, I have no fix for you since I do not own this game but hopefully someone does and can help. As for Jazz Jackrabbit what errors do you experience with this game?

Re: redneck rampage with winxp..NOT with a dual boot

in DOS
Translation: For XP 1. Install Game 2. Install VDMSound and all of it's updates. 3. Setup Game with sound settings. Set to SB16 IRQ7 for SFX and General MIDI for Music 4. Set video to 1280X1024 (The highest res you'll be able to achieve with NOLFB) 5. Run game with VDMSound 6. Play Game. 2K Same …

Re: Frozen?

IIRC, there is an option in XP to turn it off. Try start/run/gpedit.msc and look around in there. (I'm not at an XP machine right now so I cannot look for myself)

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