Could be caused by a multitude of limitations in DOSBox. E.g. something to do with file attributes (not fully supported), special ways of accessing files, drivers it tries to load, etc, etc. A lot of things. You need a real DOSBox guru with access to a copy of the program to debug this problem. Remember, DOSBox is meant for gaming - that it works for other purposes is pure luck and coincidence.
Now, you could try changing the core setting before launching the program. Either edit the configuration file, or simply use a command like
before running the program. Look in the config file (and the README) for valid settings.
Edit: Doh!! core, not cycles!
Last edited by MiniMax
on 2009-6-23 @ 14:31, edited 1 time in total.
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