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11-08-2014 10:28 PM
lub007 thank you very much for help, now works great
11-08-2014 05:27 PM
Japo Yes, as a start. Real and virtual drive letters needn't be related. C: is standard and expected by many DOS programs, even if Horseman's Win3 package didn't require it.
Code:
mount C d:/dosbox
C:
windows.bat
11-08-2014 10:49 AM
lub007
Quote:
Originally Posted by The Fifth Horseman View Post
Where did you unpack windows and what are you mounting as your C drive?
mount d d:/dosbox
d:
windows.bat

in d:/doxbox i have both dosbox+win files (not win folder containing files)

*do i need to mount only c: even if i have my folder to mount in d: ?
10-08-2014 03:27 PM
The Fifth Horseman Where did you unpack windows and what are you mounting as your C drive?
09-08-2014 07:35 PM
lub007
DOSbox + WIN3 problem

Hello,
i have a problem with win 3 under dosbox
i did everything like in this topic:
http://www.abandonia.com/vbullet/showthread.php?t=27770
and others

problem is that some error messages appears after i write windows.bat
http://imgur.com/6clcmyz
when i enter this message, win started, but next error message appears:
http://imgur.com/dw4DFU0
then i press enter many times and this shows:
http://imgur.com/8uV0fk2
(i need it for game SimTower, and yes, i read already all topics with how to install, but i still dont know what im doing wrong)

can someone help me and say me whats with that?
thank you very much, and sorry for my bad english

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