VDMSound with GLIDos Windows 7

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VDMSound with GLIDos Windows 7

Postby manic232 » 2013-3-12 @ 21:46

Hi there, ca I ask, is VDMSound still needed with GLIDos to play tomb raider with Windows 7? My understanding is that VDMSound is now integrated with dosbox is that right?
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Re: VDMSound with GLIDos Windows 7

Postby mr_bigmouth_502 » 2013-3-12 @ 22:33

Nope, they're still separate projects maintained by separate development teams afaik. DosBox is a pseudo-VM/MSDOS emulator, while VDMSound simply emulates a SoundBlaster and provides some other compatibility fixes for the VDM built into Windows.

From what I understand, Glidos and VDMSound are still the preferred method of playing Tomb Raider on Windows, though you could probably also run it through DosBox if you have a 64-bit OS. As well, to play it in Glide mode through DosBox, I know there's a custom build available that allows you to use nGlide, though I can't remember what it's called.
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Re: VDMSound with GLIDos Windows 7

Postby SquallStrife » 2013-3-12 @ 22:40

Gulikoza's SVN build of DOSBox would be far better than the ancient VDMSound these days.

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Re: VDMSound with GLIDos Windows 7

Postby collector » 2013-3-12 @ 23:59

Not to mention that NTVDM and VDMSound are useless on x64.
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