First post, by C0deHunter
I mean most of older games run fine with my PIII-800 (although I have to invoke SetMul L2D for certain games), but I just wanted to know your opinion.
- Abit BH-6
- 256MB SD-RAM PC100
- AWE64 Gold
- Sound Canvas 55 MKII
- MUNT (emulating MT-32 on a separate Win7 Intel laptop)
- Roland UM-ONE mk2 (USB MIDI adapter)
- Windows 98SE (using PhilsComputerLab *pure* DOS option to play, and launch 1998-1993 games from a DOS prompt)
Basically I switch to *pure* DOS mode, when I want to play 1988-1993 games, and then load Win98SE for Quake I/II/III, SiN, Unreal, etc.
But the prospect of *Save states* seems very inciting to me. (been using the SVN Daum builds on my Win10 machine with no issue, but haven't found a version that has save-state feature for Win98SE)
PIII-800E | Abit BH-6 | GeForce FX 5200 | 64MB SD-RAM PC100 | AWE64 Gold | Sound Canvas 55 MKII | SoftMPU | 16GBGB Transcend CF as C:\ and 64GB Transcend CF D:\ (Games) | OS: MS-DOS 7.1-Win98SE-WinME-Win2K Pro (multi-OS menu Using System Commander 2K)