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First post, by GreatBarrier86

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Hey,

I read a post in the dev forum about regenerating the Conf file when you put in a new build just in case new features have been added. Sounds like a good idea to me but i have no idea as to how to do it. Can someone help me out?

Second, I am using Star Trek JR and 25th anniv. and they obviously require XMS and EMS. The games run fine but i was just wondering if increasing the amount of available XMS/EMS would allow them to run even faster?

Thanks!
Jason

Reply 2 of 6, by GreatBarrier86

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I'm confused...what do you mean? Is it a command?

IBM ThinkPad X40
1.2Ghz with 2MB L2 cache
1.0GB DDR2 SDRAM
Intel 852/855GME Graphics Media Accelerator with 64MB
12'' LCD Screen
SoundMax Integrated Audio

Peas Pobie!

Reply 4 of 6, by DosFreak

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config -wc dosbox.conf
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config -writeconf dosbox.conf

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Reply 5 of 6, by GreatBarrier86

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much appreciated...do you guys recommend regenerating it everytime a new build comes out

IBM ThinkPad X40
1.2Ghz with 2MB L2 cache
1.0GB DDR2 SDRAM
Intel 852/855GME Graphics Media Accelerator with 64MB
12'' LCD Screen
SoundMax Integrated Audio

Peas Pobie!

Reply 6 of 6, by DosFreak

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Well DosBox features don't change that much from official CVS. So if you constantly update CVS then you don't really need to since it's mostly bug fixes and not features.....but if you don't update DosBox that often then yeah it's a good idea.

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