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Old 22-07-2012, 04:56 PM   #4
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You could try VPC2004/MsDos6.22 ... but only if you have enough RAM ....

You didn't give much details .....

Also, if you're PC is 'really old' you should be able to boot from floppy, if you have a FAT32 partition Freedos or MsDos 7.1 could do the trick......even booting dos from CD can work.

AlsoČ if your BIOS can boot from USB key, that's also a possibility .... you would be amazed how many dos based games you can run from a 8 GB Freedos sticky ..... sound could be a problem, but 'really old' should cope (BIOS SB comp setting!)

etcetera etcetera blah blah ..... be creative and use your brain !!!!!

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