>Message: 1
>Date: Sat, 23 Sep 2006 20:07:20 +0300
>From: "Marcel E. Tschudin" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>Subject: [Freedos-user] DOS on VM ?
>To: <freedos-user@lists.sourceforge.net>
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>Hello everybody out there
>Just joined the list hoping to get from somewhere an advice on how to do.
>I would like to get Ashton Tate's old Framework III running on my computer
>with Windows XP. This seem to be possible by installing a virtual machine
>and on this DOS. From what I could find out so far, there are two VM
>freeware one from Microsoft (Microsoft Virtual Server 2005) and one from
>VMWare (Virtual Server). Note that the installation of the VM with DOS is
>only intended to get this one program running. Here now my questions:
>1) Which of the two VMs would be preferable for this application.
>2) Once the VM would be installed, what do I have to do to get FreeDOS
>installed on it?
>Thank you for your Help
>Regards Marcel
Neither of these programs are freeware, however I've found that out of the 
two, the Microsoft one works better with Windows XP. I suspect its probably 
something that Microsoft have written in which make programs they've 
devolped run better than others!! (Typical of Microsoft if you ask me!!) 
Hope this helps you. Regards Chris.

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