First post, by koleq
Hello I recently wanted to try to play Microsoft Adventure, the IBM PC version and I found a copy of it online it said the disk was unprotected and ready to copy and play.
I loaded it up in an Emulator (PCem emulating a Pentium 1) and it worked fine, but I want to play it on real hardware so I wrote the floppy image to a 3.5" floppy using rawwritewin-0.7
And hope the game would just work from that.
the game actually boots from the floppy (on my retro machine with an actual Pentium 1) and shows a screen saying:
And the floppy reads for a bit but it never progresses any further.
Is it possible to make the game work from a 3.5" floppy because the game was originally released on a 5.25" floppy.
and the image of the game works since it worked in the emulator.
###HP Vectra VL 5/133 Series 4, D4644B###
CPU: Pentium 1 133Mhz
RAM: 96 MB EDO RAM (4x8MB, 2x32MB)
GPU: ELSA Victory 3DX (S3 Virge/DX 4MB)
Sound: Avance Logic ALS100 Plus+ REV 2.0
HDD: Seagate 20 GB (need to boot OnTrack)
OS: Windows 98 SE