Originally posted by Ushgarak
You can kinda try running them with all sorts of tweaks and stuff- including setting simulated EMS and XMS levels, and so forth- but i doesn't always work right.
So for a DOS emulator, try DOBbox (google it).
Havent tried this yet, but so far it looks like the only option left to do...
Originally posted by Clovie
in program properities is that thing....
in polish it's called 'zgodność' (sorry) and it has there option to make that program open in acceptance (?) with win NT, DOS or whatever
I tried this, it still wont open
Originally posted by Raz
DOS programs are compatiable with WinXP - as long as it doesn't access hardware direcly e.g. a BIOS updater.
If its a simple program or game, then Start->Run and type in 'cmd' or if you want the original DOS (much slower) type in 'command'
Tried the cmd thing, it still wont run..
When I open it normally, it says
"C: \Windows\SYSTEM32\AUTOEXEC.NT. The system file is not suitable for running MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows applications. Choose 'Close' to terminate the application"