On Wed, Jul 20, 2011 at 2:23 AM, Virii <emul...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I don't think it would know the difference!!
> Does that mean I can use multiple cards somehow? Is there a way I can select
> which card to use in apps like Mpxplay?

Dunno, but I doubt it. Ask the author (Atilla) on his SourceForge forum:


>> Bleh. Try another tool like NSSI, perhaps? it helps more?
> Nice one. While this app was very informative (I'll definitely use it in the
> future), it didn't set the variable like the previously mentioned.

Well, I was hoping it would give some hints, not necessarily that it
would fix it (sadly).  :-(

>> It could be an IRQ conflict, dunno.
> I figured it out. It figures the only card I know worked in DOS wouldn't
> work in this particular Pentium IV PC. It worked fine in an old PIII, with
> whatever mobo it had.
> These Yamaha 724 chip cards need either a SB-Link cable, or something called
> Distributed DMA, to work in real DOS mode. Neither of which this PC has
> support for...


>> Really? That's odd. DOSEMU should run Quake at native speed,
> Does anyone have a solid method for installing FreeDOS in DOSEMU? I simply
> copied the physical installation I had to the virtual C drive, modifying the
> boot files as needed.

Hmmm, that's not ideal. You should be able to get FreeDOS already with
your DOSEMU. Typically you'll want to install the distro's package
(Ubuntu -> Multiverse, Fedora -> search RPMfind). But you can also get
pre-compiled binaries (for DOSEMU and the FreeDOS add-on) at
http://www.dosemu.org to manually install. It should "just work"



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