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03-08-2014 07:40 AM
zirkoni
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Originally Posted by Japo View Post
In VPC you can just copy files between the host and the guest by drag'n dropping, as long as the optional integration features are installed.
You can also mount the vhd files with Windows disk manager. After mounting the disk image you can browse the files in Windows Explorer just like any HDD.

I have added the mount/unmount scripts in the "SendTo" folder so I can right click on a vhd file to mount it.

Mount script:
Code:
@ECHO OFF
TITLE Mount VHD
ECHO Mount VHD
ECHO.
ECHO.

SETLOCAL

SET DiskPartScript="%TEMP%\DiskpartScript.txt"

ECHO SELECT VDISK FILE="%~1" > %DiskPartScript%
ECHO ATTACH VDISK >> %DiskPartScript%

DiskPart /s %DiskPartScript%

ENDLOCAL
Unmount script:
Code:
@ECHO OFF
TITLE Unmount VHD
ECHO Unmount VHD
ECHO.
ECHO.

SETLOCAL

SET DiskPartScript="%TEMP%\DiskpartScript.txt"

ECHO SELECT VDISK FILE="%~1" > %DiskPartScript%
ECHO DETACH VDISK >> %DiskPartScript%

DiskPart /s %DiskPartScript%

ENDLOCAL
That's what I use to move files between the host and virtual machine.
03-08-2014 03:31 AM
progamer321
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Originally Posted by Japo View Post
In VPC you can just copy files between the host and the guest by drag'n dropping, as long as the optional integration features are installed.
But it doesn't work for windows 9x.
02-08-2014 11:31 PM
Japo
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Originally Posted by progamer321 View Post
But there is no option to enable shared folder.
So, the whole file should be downloaded inside windows 98.
In VPC you can just copy files between the host and the guest by drag'n dropping, as long as the optional integration features are installed.
02-08-2014 10:22 AM
progamer321
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Originally Posted by Japo View Post
VPC is easier for this, I think :P
Quote:
Originally Posted by The Fifth Horseman View Post
Windows 95 can be ran in DOSBox, IIRC. Alternatively try using MS Virtual PC.
Any good guide for installing in DOSBox ot IIRC?
02-08-2014 10:21 AM
progamer321
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Originally Posted by Japo View Post
VPC is easier for this, I think :P
But there is no option to enable shared folder.
So, the whole file should be downloaded inside windows 98.
24-07-2014 01:55 PM
Japo VPC is easier for this, I think :P
24-07-2014 10:32 AM
The Fifth Horseman Windows 95 can be ran in DOSBox, IIRC. Alternatively try using MS Virtual PC.
26-06-2014 08:27 AM
progamer321 Thanks for replying.
This is a Windows game designed for Windows 95/98.It
works on windows 7 64 bit but with this problem.

Waiting for the solution.
26-06-2014 04:57 AM
Smiling Spectre It's DirectX->Windows95 issue, Japo, I seen this game already. Game is fine, but when you are pointing mouse on the edge, scroll speed zips you on the other edge of the map.

progamer321 I meant to check this game, but I have no free time for this now, sorry. I'll check it later.
25-06-2014 09:10 PM
Japo If the mouse moves too fast all the time, and you're using DOSBox (so for DOS games only), you can change the "sensitivity" parameter.

If the mouse speed is OK on the inside but on the edges map scrolling is too fast, this is more difficult, but again if you're using DOSBox you can try decreasing cycles, or maybe even trying a different cputype.

Please refer to the tutorials for clarifications on this...
If it's a Windows game on Windows, there's little you can do.
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