Reply 21 of 36, by OlafTheUser
Both demos work. This is stupid, the demos works but the full version does not. 😠
Reply 22 of 36, by Hispace
I just tried your "guide" to install LBA2 (original CD french)
But it didn't works 😮(
All install is OK until I launch LBA2, then I've got the little "mup mup" and this message "Veuillez inserez le CD-ROM de LBA2 : Twinsen's Odyssey"
(In english "Please insert LBA2 CDROM....")
So he seam not to reconize my genuine LBA2 CDROM...
What can I do...?
Thanks you for you reply.
Reply 23 of 36, by ChaosFish
Are you using Windows? Did you do all stages exactly as I wrote them?
Reply 24 of 36, by hispace
Yes, I followed your stages as written.
But, no need now, I tried the LBA2 patch. and ....
It works !, so no need of dosbox.
Anyway thanks you.
Reply 25 of 36, by ChaosFish
Reply 26 of 36, by Qbix
one small bug in your guide:
the mount line -t cdrom -label addasf -ioctl
should have a -usecd 0 as well
where 0 must be replaced by yourcdrom number if you do mount -cd
(else it won't work if you have more than 1 cdrom player (and not using the first))
Reply 27 of 36, by ChaosFish
Are you sure? 😕
I use Drive "V:" which is number '1' (while "D:" is number '0'), never used -usecd and it always worked.
Reply 28 of 36, by Qbix
Reply 29 of 36, by ChaosFish
It doesn't work without -ioctl.
Reply 30 of 36, by Qbix
Reply 31 of 36, by ChaosFish
I tried "-usecd 0" (drive D, not the LBA 1 cd) and I tried "-usecd 1" (drive V, is the LBA1 cd).
They both resulted in not recognizing the CD.
Reply 32 of 36, by Qbix
Reply 33 of 36, by ChaosFish
Just tried all possible combinations (with/without ioctl, with/without usecd, with usecd 0/1).
The only way it works is "mount d V:\ -t cdrom -label ADELINE -ioctl"
Reply 34 of 36, by Emz_J
Hey im trying to get LBA 1 to load on my PC. I used Win XP and have 1GB of mem. I can mount the CD no prob but when i change to drive D and type install is says the command is illegal, and thats as far as i can get! 🙁
Can someone help plez!
Thanx in advance 😀
Reply 35 of 36, by MiniMax
Reply 36 of 36, by ChaosFish
LBA1 cd always has an install.exe file on the root directory.
Are you sure you followed the guide I made? (which is a little outdated now..)