At 4/16/2007 06:44 p, you wrote:

>Hi Dennis,
>
>Dosbox normally uses a built-in simulation of DOS,
>not a real separate DOS. For sound in DOS boxes,
>I think there was something called NTVDM. If you
>have Linux, you should use Dosemu, which is a
>virtual PC specialized for running DOS fast. You
>can boot a real DOS in recent Dosbox versions,

very much appreciated.

doesn't quite sound like freedos would work for me, though maybe if i can 
find a laptop with a serial port, it would?


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