Thanks.MiniMax wrote:Great post. Any info on the legality of downloading these files? If they all check out, I recommend that this guide be moved to the DOSBox guides section and made sticky.
Huggybaby wrote:Thanks.MiniMax wrote:Great post. Any info on the legality of downloading these files? If they all check out, I recommend that this guide be moved to the DOSBox guides section and made sticky.
I think if you own a GUS card it's fine. DOSBox doesn't bundle them due to some kind of licensing.
I'll remove any offending links of course. I got them from two places---a download from the GUS link here (the one where the ProPatsLite developer said he was glad his files were still around), and the original 4.10 files came from whatever ftp site still exists for Gravis.
I used D.O.G., and that caused some corruption problems too, but I know what to look for now.
SOFTWARE TITLES DIRECTLY SUPPORTING GRAVIS ULTRASOUND/MAX
As of December 1994
Publisher Title Retail Release
21st Century Pinball Fantasies Shipping
Access Under a Killing Moon Shipping
Accolade Star Control II Shipping
Hardball 4 December
Brett Hull Hockey February
Apogee Raptor: The Shadow of Darkness Shipping
Hocus Pocus Shipping
Wacky Wheels Shipping
Bethesda Delta V Shipping
Terminator: Rampage Shipping
The Arena Shipping
Road to the Final Four Shipping
Crystal Dynamics The Horde Shipping
Dynamix Alien Legacy Shipping
Electronic Arts SSN-21 Sea Wolf Shipping
NHL Hockey CD Shipping
FIFA Soccer Shipping
Epic MegaGames Jazz Jack Rabbit Shipping
Zone 66 Shipping
Epic Pinball Shipping
One Must Fall 2097 Shipping
Flair Software Paradox Shipping
Grandslam Nick Faldo's Championship Golf Shipping
Seventh Sword of Mendor Shipping
Football USA Shipping
Motor Mania Shipping
Hollyware Entertainment Johnny Quest Shipping
Id Software DOOM Shipping
DOOM II Shipping
Impressions The Blue & The Grey Shipping
Interplay Star Reach December
Creature Shock Shipping
Knowledge Adventure Kid Zoo Shipping
Kid Zoo (CD) Shipping
Under Sea Adventure Shipping
Dino 3D Adventure Shipping
3-D Body Adventure Shipping
American Adventure Shipping
Science Adventure Shipping
Looking Glass Tech. Flight Unlimited January
Lucasfilm Games Rebel Assault Shipping
Merit Software Harvester February
Cyber Judas December
Microleague Silver Ball Shipping
Microprose UFO Shipping
Mirage Jack the Ripper Shipping
Musicware Piano Shipping
New World Computing Empire Deluxe Shipping
Inherit the Earth Shipping
Ocean Inferno January TFX CD Shipping
Origin System Shock Shipping
Wing Commander III Shipping
Psygnosis Hexx Shipping
Hired Guns Shipping
Theatre of Death Shipping
QQP The Pure War Shipping
Sales Curve The Lawnmower Man Shipping
Cyber War Shipping
Sierra On-Line Leisure Suit Larry VI Shipping
Sir-Tech Jagged Alliance January
Star Trail Shipping
Spectrum Holobyte Star Trek: TNG January
SSI Darksun Shipping
Archon Ultra Shipping
Alkadim - The Genie's Curse Shipping
Serf City - Life is Feudal Shipping
Great Naval Battles 2 Shipping
Tank Construction Set Shipping
Alien Logic Shipping
Wake of the Ravager Shipping
Panzer General Shipping
Twelve Tone Systems Cake Walk Pro V2.x Shipping
Virgin Voyeur Shipping
The 11th Hour February
Advanced Gravis also maintains and updates a patch library. For games that
were previously released without UltraSound native support, consumers can
either download or contact Advanced Gravis to obtain a file that will
provide native support. These games include:
Gabriel Knights, Police Quest 4, Quest for Glory 3, Leisure Suit Larry 6
Ultima 8 - Pagan, IndyCar Racing, The 7th Guest, Sim City, Sim Farm,
Sim City 2000, Masters of Orion, Dark Legions
Hmm, you mean I installed all this for nothing?
Still, D.O.G. is the only frontend I use and I check for new versions every week...
ErikGG wrote:Great work,
I'm going to see if some games that don't like the GUS, work with the patch in place. .....
I used a single profile configured for installing all installations, with C set to C:\DOSGames and D set to D:\. I then set the Environment Variable in the profile and I had set the Ultrasound dir to my ultrasound dir (NOTE in D.O.G. this is the Windows dir not the DOSBox dir, D.O.G. converts it for you),...
I don't understand the Windows/Ultrasnd directory conversion you're talking about, but it's hopefully more convenient than confusing.
I don't know if you mean this either, but I can only set propats= one directory at a time or I get an error, so I have to change it for each propats version.
The latest DOG beta has some fancy menu items...
Well, I noticed the Customize Toolbar option, I don't know if it's new...every program should have that feature!
I did notice the CDRom image option too. Happy Why would it be advantageous to burn in DOG instead of a normal burning app?
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