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First post, by twiz11

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To run legacy dos apps without dosbox?

Reply 2 of 6, by AlaricD

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In the 32-bit version you can install the optional feature "NTVDM", then use fondue.exe to enable it. In the 64-bit version, no.

You could always use Hyper-V and create a generation 1 virtual machine and install MS-DOS there.

Reply 4 of 6, by Jo22

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There's also MS-DOS Player, which can run DOS programs off the command line.
Once installed in a directory that is in the path= variable, someone just has to type "msdos yourapp.exe".
http://takeda-toshiya.my.coocan.jp/msdos/

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Reply 5 of 6, by rswill

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Jo22 wrote:

There's also MS-DOS Player, which can run DOS programs off the command line.
Once installed in a directory that is in the path= variable, someone just has to type "msdos yourapp.exe".
http://takeda-toshiya.my.coocan.jp/msdos/

Looking the same, I have 64bit of windows 10 and haven't found any solution for it, I will try this after my vacation hope it works 😀 thanks

Reply 6 of 6, by filipetolhuizen

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With 3rd party software you can run DOS and Win16 apps on x64 Windows. That's exactly what was holding me on x86 until those VMs were made.