Ziana Astralos wrote:
> --- "Emlyn (onetel)" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Very small indeed. Sadly.
> > There are some really dynamite old games around,
> > which wont work in current OSes. I keep "Tie
> > Fighter" around, because I just loved that game - I
> > know the flight model is naughty, but the game
> > itself is fantastic.
> > I've given up trying to get those games to run under
> > win 9x
> > (actually I use NT, which makes possibilities really
> > remote).
> Well, maybe you could create a seperate partition (DOS
> doesn't like NTFS) and install DOS on it (party!
> party!), and then dual-boot into it...
My recommendation based on my own experience is to create a DOS boot
disk with the CDROM drivers on it, and boot from the floppy and run the
game off the CD. This leaves your resources available for the game.
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