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19-01-2009 03:58 AM
Inkubus
Quote:
Originally Posted by _r.u.s.s. View Post
noooo inkubus, you're doing it wrong, you need to run it via bc.bat and you need to run it from it's directory (it matters)

so you first have to 'cd c:\obc' directory and then type 'bc.bat', because otherwise it won't find any other excutables
By god, you're right. I'm doing it wrong! Thanks a lot, I'll do that later then. See what happens when you're without DOSBox for a few months? Left in the stone age.

Well, I mean DOS isn't really the future, but you get the idea..
18-01-2009 06:44 PM
_r.u.s.s. noooo inkubus, you're doing it wrong, you need to run it via bc.bat and you need to run it from it's directory (it matters)

so you first have to 'cd c:\obc' directory and then type 'bc.bat', because otherwise it won't find any other excutables
18-01-2009 06:34 PM
Luchsen You must have done it differently back then.

Either
Z:\>mount c C:\Games\OBC\
Z:\>c:
C:\>count

or
Z:\>mount c C:\Games
Z:\>c:
C:\>cd obc
C:\OBC>count
18-01-2009 06:17 PM
Inkubus
Code:
Z:\ mount c c:\games

Z:\ c

C:\obc\count.exe
That's what I type. Game's location:

Code:
C:\Games\OBC\Count.exe
18-01-2009 04:33 PM
_r.u.s.s. hmm, what is exactly the command of your mount command and where this game is located?
18-01-2009 04:12 PM
Inkubus
Quote:
Originally Posted by _r.u.s.s. View Post
try inputing "core full" and "cycles max" and see how that goes
Thanks, but same problem. Though it did lag a second before it told me it exited on it's own! So that's something. :P
18-01-2009 03:55 PM
_r.u.s.s. try inputing "core full" and "cycles max" and see how that goes
18-01-2009 03:50 PM
Inkubus XMS and EMS were both set to true.

Screenshots:

13-01-2009 07:11 AM
AlumiuN Can you show me a screenshot of your Body Count directory? Also, make sure ems and xms are both set to true in dosbox.conf.
13-01-2009 02:49 AM
Inkubus
Quote:
Originally Posted by The Fifth Horseman View Post
Perhaps the version of DOSBox you're using now is different from the one you used back then?
Or it might be an issue with Windows Vista.
Anyway. Try with the latest DOSBox version. If that doesn't work, try with older ones. 0.70, 0.65, 0.63, 0.61
I had the latest so I tried 0.70, which is what I used to have. Same problem. I checked the website and for v0.70 this game is supported all the way.

The BC.log:

Code:
BC ERROR: 414
That's it.
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