First post, by Nowhere Girl
I have a laptop with two hard disks: the smaller C drive (50 GB), which has very little space left, and D drive (100 GB), which has more space and yet was less used. Mostly as a storage space - also for games, but none of them was a DOS game, all were relatively large. I also have another games folder, on C drive (plus a few games somewhere else if DOSBox required a short path to run them. But I think these profiles were created by my cousin for me and I don't remember how Virtual HD profiles are made). So I decided to merge both "Games" folder into one, or simply to move all games from the C games folder to D games folder. D-Fend Reloaded is on drive C. Of course, I also started altering the game profiles in D-Fend Reloaded to show the new path for every game. And some error occurs anyway... I don't remember the exact message, can't test it now, but anyway my D-Fend Reloaded is not in English. It seems to have something to do with the fact that D-Fend Reloaded is not on the same drive as the games. What can I do about it?
I'm dreaming of having a desktop computer and I hope my mother will agree to buy me such a computer for Christmas - one with larger disk(s) and not such a fan of overheating as laptops are... But it's not yet Christmas and if I don't find a solution, I won't play any DOS game until Christmas...
1. Please help.
2. If someone could answer an off-topic question... Are desktop computers generally less prone to get hung up than laptops (and new computers less prone than old ones), or does it have nothing to do with the computer's age and type?