I believe that you should never mix emm386 and himem between any dos 
version. Ths is for dosemu too, which has it's own

Alain

robinson-west user escreveu:
> On Mon, 2008-09-22 at 12:50 -0500, Jim Hall wrote:
>> On Sat, Sep 20, 2008 at 9:05 PM, robinson-west user
>> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>> http://www.vavasour.ca/jeff/trs80.html
>>>
>>> I get an error from freedos's emm386.exe.  Has anyone gotten this
>>> emulator to work under Freedos?  I have trouble getting it to work
>>> in MS-DOS 6.22 also, when I try to run it, the computer reboots.
>>> I think it was designed for MS-DOS 3.3.  The emulator is freeware
>>> and I believe the source is available.  This would be a nice addition
>>> to freedos if that's possible and someone can get it to work.
>>>
>> Hi. Have you tried this with Jemm instead? I know some users have
>> reported that things work with Jemm where they wouldn't with Emm386.
>> Might be worth a try.
>>
>> http://www.freedos.org/cgi-bin/lsm.cgi?mode=lsm&lsm=base/jemm386.lsm
> 
> I have tried jemm, nothing happens without an expanded memory manager.
> The program just hangs without coming up without expanded memory.  
> Jemm throws an exception 6.  MS-DOS 6.20 emm386 triggers a reboot.
> Freedos emm386.exe crashes with illegal instruction occured.  The
> vgacheck.exe and dskini.exe programs work just fine, it's coco3x.exe
> that doesn't.  I would really like to hear from someone who tries
> this software based color computer emulator, I don't see anything
> stopping that.  Considering that Jeff Vavasour appears to be interested
> in having his emulator available as freeware, it could probably be
> distributed with freedos once someone determines how to get it working.
> 
>      Michael Robinson
> 
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