|28-05-2009, 03:27 PM||#1|
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Dosbox and XP [Basic howto]
Installing and running Dosbox 0.73 on XP
Download "Windows 0.73 Win32 installer" from http://www.dosbox.com/download.php?main=1
Run the installer. Accept everything.
Next important step: create a folder to use as virtual C:\ in dosbox.
Open 'computer', browse to c:\ and create a new folder named oldgames
So you have: c:\oldgames\ in Windows.
Now open your start menu, open dosbox menu items, open configuration,
click on edit configuration, will open your dosbox 0.73 config file in notepad.
*If you want multiple personalised conf files read the dosbox readme to know how to proceed, but for most users the default config file will do fine*
Scroll the whole way down to header [autoexec] and add:
mount c c:\oldgames
Save and exit.
Run dosbox now, if you did it all correctly dosbox will start up with a C:\ prompt ready.
If you have a partitioned harddisk, you also simply can create an 'oldgames' folder on your D: partition (or E: F: ...).
Adapt your mount lines accordingly.
Dosbox 0.74 is released, that's the one you should have now.
Almost everything is the same, except you'll find the dosbox conf edit in 'options'.
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If for some reason you want to keep an older version of dosbox besides 0.74, no problem, they won't interfere with each other.
==> But do NOT use the ol'dosbox conf files with 0.74.
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Last edited by dosraider; 23-05-2010 at 10:28 PM.
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