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Re: img to iso

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There are no open issues for Win 3.x in SVN, and it is working for me. The keyboard and repeating keys (seems to be what is referred to as not working, but not sure) are working within Win 3.x itself, games, and apps. I suggest an SVN build from the ECE site, as the EmuCR builds are known to be …

Re: img to iso

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@jorpho: It's a little annoying but no big deal. I assume https://dosbox-x.com/ is the DOSBox-X website?

Re: img to iso

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@jorpho: Thank you, but the ECE version has the same keyboard issues as the SVN one. And I checked, it can't be anything wrong with my pc or Windows 3.11 installation. Regular DOSBox works just fine.

Re: img to iso

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@jorpho: installing Windows was never the problem. It's installing Microsoft Visual Basic 3.0 Professional whose setup contained on those *.img files. Yes, I could switch back to regulard DOSBox, once I have managed to install vb3prof but I need the SVN DOSBox for that. But like I said, the keyboard …

Re: img to iso

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@Konc, again thanks for the SVN version of DOSBox. I can now mount my *.img files all in one go... but... Now my keyboard won't work once Windows 3.11 has started. And the mouse cursor appears to be sluggish. What could be going on? EDIT: The backspace key only deletes one character at a time at the …

Re: img to iso

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@konc: there appear to be lot of SVN builds. Which one do I need? @BardBun: I will try that trick, it might work. - The Setup won't allow me to specify a drive letter... So this won't work.

Re: img to iso

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@ulfenknulfen: "Any to iso" isn't working. I'm beginning to suspect the issue might be with the *.img files themselves. I uploaded a single *.img file to: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1SZVS90hzBAjEpGsIuO2Zq_W_wYeWAsiu/view?usp=sharing . While it is very old program (Microsoft Visual Basic 3.0 …

Re: img to iso

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@BloodyCactus: that might be, but it seems my *.img files are a different type of *.img than yours. I can't mount more than one at a time.

Re: img to iso

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Thank you for the reply, but I think I just found a workaround though. While DOSBox is a wonderful emulator some things about it can be rather confusing. To me at least.

img to iso

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Okay, I want to mount several floppy images at once in DOSBox, but this can only be done with *.iso files and I have a bunch of *.img files. I looked for programs that can convert *.img to *.iso and found several that claim to do to so: 1. PowerISO is said to be able to convert *.img to *.iso - but …

Re: imgmount question

@Jorpho - no I don’t think I am the first one, in fact I made the suggestion because I suspect others have played with the same idea. @oldbie: virtualbox has such a half assed support for hardware it failed miserably at running any old Windows version in any useful manner. I got impossible to fix …

Re: imgmount question

Hmmm I agree and disagree here. I agree in so far as that I understand DOSBox shouldn't cater to every niche possible, on the other hand there are people wishing to run software that only runs properly on Windows 9x/ME for example. With a better integrated disk image support this would be a lot …

Re: imgmount question

Hmmm, so while this isn't a DOSBox specific issue, perhaps a warning should be added in the DOSBox manual? Also, I now use an external image creation tool (Bochs'BXImage) which ignores the FDisk limitation when giving you your image's geometry. Perhaps DOSBox should have its own image creation tool …

imgmount question

In my dosbox.conf I have the following line: imgmount 2 d:\other\win95\c.img -size 512,63,16,1040 -fs none -t hdd Which should mean I get an emulated harddisk of 512 mb. Why is FDisk (executed from a Windows 95 boot disk image) telling me it's only 8 mb?

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