Re: [Audyssey] Daus.

2008-11-15 Thread Trouble
What xp and even vista have for dos is emulation. Witch don't let it 
do any hardware calls.


At 04:57 PM 11/14/2008, you wrote:

Hi Trenton,
Well, with Windows 98 and ME Dos was used to bootstrap the Windows 
OS, to load it, but it wasn't pure Dos as we understand Dos. You 
could however run Dos applications through the Windows command line 
shell, command prompt, as you can with later Windows operating 
systems, but Dos, the operating system, was not really a fully 
functional Dos operating system like shipped with Windows 95.
Windows 2000 and Windows XP, however, have no Dos in them. They are 
built on a completely different kernel, and the command prompt was 
provided for backwards compatibility with older Dos applications and 
various command line utilities.


Trenton Matthews wrote:

I believe there was a dos in windows 98 as well, but could be rong.
Not sure in Windows ME





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Re: [Audyssey] Daus

2008-11-14 Thread Jim Kitchen

Hi Charles,

Or if you are real lazy and spend allot of time at the command prompt you can 
write a batch file that looks like

echo off
exit

Now put that in c:\windows and call it e.bat.  So now all you do is type e and enter 
rather than exit and enter. grin

I also have a short cut icon on the desk top to the command prompt.  And then 
there are a bunch of little batch files such as GoBak.bat, BoBas.bat, GoKit.bat 
etc to take me to the directories where I make back up files, check things out 
etc.

TGIF and BFN

Jim

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Re: [Audyssey] Daus.

2008-11-14 Thread valiant8086
Hi.
It's windows+r not alt+r.
Cheers:

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  I tried pressing alt plus R on my desktop and nothing happened. It just stays 
on the desktop.
  I don't know how I removed it, but I think I did a long time ago. 
  This computer is pretty old. Can I buy a CD or something to put it back on 
there?
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Re: [Audyssey] Daus.

2008-11-14 Thread valiant8086
Hi.
Thomas did you know cmd works as a shortcut for command? *lol*

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  From: Thomas Ward 
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  Sent: Thursday, November 13, 2008 4:55 PM
  Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Daus.


  Hi Ryan,
  MS Dos hasn't shipped with Windows since Windows 95. However, Windows XP 
  does have what is called the Windows command prompt which will run 
  several older Dos applications. To access it just press the Windows 
  Key+r and type command. Press enter on ok and you will get a command 
  prompt in order to type commands.
  Now, I really do feel like an old fart. You younger kids really have no 
  idea what using computers were like say 15 years ago when Dos was the 
  only thing we had.  Windows had just came out, butJaws for Windows, 
  Window Eyes, etc didn't exist yet so we happily typed commands all day 
  long. It might do everyone some good if they could learn about the 
  Windows command line, formerly Dos, ec as it still comes in handy these 
  days for some older games and programs.

  Ryan Conroy wrote:
   Hi,
  
   I for some reason do not have MS Daus on my system. Is there a place to 
download it or something?
   Thanks in advance,
   Ryan
   
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Re: [Audyssey] Daus.

2008-11-14 Thread valiant8086
Hi.
Yes win 98 has  commandprompt, a full version of it actually, windows 98 is 
pretty much built on top of dos. Xp has a modified version of it that runson xp 
sort of, heheh.
  - Original Message - 
  From: Trenton Matthews 
  To: Gamers Discussion list 
  Sent: Thursday, November 13, 2008 5:24 PM
  Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Daus.


  I believe there was a dos in windows 98 as well, but could be rong.
  Not sure in Windows ME



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  From: Thomas Ward [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  Sent: Thursday, November 13, 2008 2:55 PM
  To: Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org
  Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Daus.

   Hi Ryan,
   MS Dos hasn't shipped with Windows since Windows 95. However, Windows XP 
   does have what is called the Windows command prompt which will run several 
   older Dos applications. To access it just press the Windows Key+r and type 
   command. Press enter on ok and you will get a command prompt in order to 
   type commands.
   Now, I really do feel like an old fart. You younger kids really have no 
   idea what using computers were like say 15 years ago when Dos was the only 
   thing we had.  Windows had just came out, butJaws for Windows, Window 
   Eyes, etc didn't exist yet so we happily typed commands all day long. It 
   might do everyone some good if they could learn about the Windows command 
   line, formerly Dos, ec as it still comes in handy these days for some 
   older games and programs.
  
   Ryan Conroy wrote:
   Hi,
  
   I for some reason do not have MS Daus on my system. Is there a place to 
   download it or something?
   Thanks in advance,
   Ryan
   
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Re: [Audyssey] Daus.

2008-11-14 Thread valiant8086
Hi.
oh, only windows 95? Hmm interesting, I thought 98 had the full dos as well?
Lol learn something every hour.
Cheers:
  - Original Message - 
  From: Thomas Ward 
  To: Gamers Discussion list 
  Sent: Thursday, November 13, 2008 4:55 PM
  Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Daus.


  Hi Ryan,
  MS Dos hasn't shipped with Windows since Windows 95. However, Windows XP 
  does have what is called the Windows command prompt which will run 
  several older Dos applications. To access it just press the Windows 
  Key+r and type command. Press enter on ok and you will get a command 
  prompt in order to type commands.
  Now, I really do feel like an old fart. You younger kids really have no 
  idea what using computers were like say 15 years ago when Dos was the 
  only thing we had.  Windows had just came out, butJaws for Windows, 
  Window Eyes, etc didn't exist yet so we happily typed commands all day 
  long. It might do everyone some good if they could learn about the 
  Windows command line, formerly Dos, ec as it still comes in handy these 
  days for some older games and programs.

  Ryan Conroy wrote:
   Hi,
  
   I for some reason do not have MS Daus on my system. Is there a place to 
download it or something?
   Thanks in advance,
   Ryan
   
   Click for free info on college degrees.
   
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Re: [Audyssey] Daus.

2008-11-14 Thread Trenton Matthews

It doesn't make since to me ither, but ok.


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Hi.
oh, only windows 95? Hmm interesting, I thought 98 had the full dos as 
well?

Lol learn something every hour.
Cheers:
 - Original Message - 
 From: Thomas Ward

 To: Gamers Discussion list
 Sent: Thursday, November 13, 2008 4:55 PM
 Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Daus.


 Hi Ryan,
 MS Dos hasn't shipped with Windows since Windows 95. However, Windows XP
 does have what is called the Windows command prompt which will run
 several older Dos applications. To access it just press the Windows
 Key+r and type command. Press enter on ok and you will get a command
 prompt in order to type commands.
 Now, I really do feel like an old fart. You younger kids really have no
 idea what using computers were like say 15 years ago when Dos was the
 only thing we had.  Windows had just came out, butJaws for Windows,
 Window Eyes, etc didn't exist yet so we happily typed commands all day
 long. It might do everyone some good if they could learn about the
 Windows command line, formerly Dos, ec as it still comes in handy these
 days for some older games and programs.

 Ryan Conroy wrote:
  Hi,
 
  I for some reason do not have MS Daus on my system. Is there a place to 
download it or something?

  Thanks in advance,
  Ryan
  
  Click for free info on college degrees.
  
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Re: [Audyssey] Daus.

2008-11-14 Thread Thomas Ward

Hi Trenton,
Well, with Windows 98 and ME Dos was used to bootstrap the Windows OS, 
to load it, but it wasn't pure Dos as we understand Dos. You could 
however run Dos applications through the Windows command line shell, 
command prompt, as you can with later Windows operating systems, but 
Dos, the operating system, was not really a fully functional Dos 
operating system like shipped with Windows 95.
Windows 2000 and Windows XP, however, have no Dos in them. They are 
built on a completely different kernel, and the command prompt was 
provided for backwards compatibility with older Dos applications and 
various command line utilities.


Trenton Matthews wrote:

I believe there was a dos in windows 98 as well, but could be rong.
Not sure in Windows ME






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Re: [Audyssey] Daus.

2008-11-14 Thread Thomas Ward

Hi Charles,
Grin. I still write batch files. Most of the time I do it for software 
development purposes. Like if I have a large Java project i use a batch 
file to automate the compile process and create the jar file.
I also use a command line C/C++ compiler called gcc, and the best way to 
build stuff is use a batch file that compiles everything for me. It 
takes all the grunt work out of typing everything.
So, hey, writing batch files are fun. I am still a command line geek at 
heart. I sometimes miss the days when Dos was the only thing in town. At 
least back then i could install the entire OS using Jaws for Dos.



Charles Rivard wrote:
Ah.  Wasn't it fun writing batch files and seeing them work after you 
wrote them?  That's what got me interested in learning programming. 
Unfortunately, the only skilled reader that could be found at the time 
had to stop reading for me during the learning of COBOL.  I had to 
drop out of a fast-paced course due to this.



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Re: [Audyssey] Daus.

2008-11-14 Thread Thomas Ward

Hi,
Umm... no. As i said up thread Dos was used to boot the Windows 98 OS, 
but you really couldn't reboot and run Dos on its own like you could do 
with Windows 95. You could use a 98 Dos boot disk to run Dos that way, 
but it didn't contain everything that true Dos has.




valiant8086 wrote:

Hi.
oh, only windows 95? Hmm interesting, I thought 98 had the full dos as well?
Lol learn something every hour.
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Re: [Audyssey] Daus.

2008-11-14 Thread valiant8086
Hi.
Oh, I meant the ms dos prompt had the same features as just plain dos as apose 
to that not being the case for windows xp's command prompt. Is this so?
Sorry don't wanna tell someone else that it is if that's not right, but I do 
know there are things 98 ms dos prompt will do that xp's command prompt won't.

  - Original Message - 
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  Sent: Friday, November 14, 2008 5:45 PM
  Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Daus.


  Hi,
  Umm... no. As i said up thread Dos was used to boot the Windows 98 OS, 
  but you really couldn't reboot and run Dos on its own like you could do 
  with Windows 95. You could use a 98 Dos boot disk to run Dos that way, 
  but it didn't contain everything that true Dos has.



  valiant8086 wrote:
   Hi.
   oh, only windows 95? Hmm interesting, I thought 98 had the full dos as well?
   Lol learn something every hour.
   Cheers:
 


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Re: [Audyssey] Daus.

2008-11-13 Thread Terrence van Ettinger AKA Angus MacLaren
What OS are you using?  You should have it; it's actually DOS (spelled D O 
S), and is generally called Command Prompt, or something similar.  I 
believe it should be under All Programs/accessories.


HTH,
Terrence

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Hi,

I for some reason do not have MS Daus on my system. Is there a place to 
download it or something?

Thanks in advance,
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Re: [Audyssey] Daus

2008-11-13 Thread Ryan Conroy
I'm running windows XP, but I think Daus got deleted from my system a long time 
ago. Is there anyway of reinstalling it?

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Re: [Audyssey] Daus

2008-11-13 Thread Willem
How could you remove command prompt from xp? If you are on your desktop, 
press alt + r. Then type cmd. It should open a command prompt window, whitch 
is windows's way to run dos programs.


If this doesn't work, then there is a problem with your command prompt.
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I'm running windows XP, but I think Daus got deleted from my system a long 
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Re: [Audyssey] Daus

2008-11-13 Thread Bryan Peterson
First of all, it's DOS. D O S. Stands for Disk Operating System if I'm not 
mistaken. And if you deleted it wouldn't that cause problems with the rest 
of the machine? I'm no expert on the inner workings of computers, which is 
probably why you've seen no actual games from me. But you have to really be 
careful what yo delete. I'm mess up my machine on more occasions than I care 
to remember all because I got carried away with the Control+D keystroke.
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I'm running windows XP, but I think Daus got deleted from my system a long 
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Re: [Audyssey] Daus.

2008-11-13 Thread Ryan Conroy
I tried pressing alt plus R on my desktop and nothing happened. It just stays 
on the desktop.
I don't know how I removed it, but I think I did a long time ago. 
This computer is pretty old. Can I buy a CD or something to put it back on 
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Re: [Audyssey] Daus.

2008-11-13 Thread Trenton Matthews

Windows+r is the correct command acctually.

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I tried pressing alt plus R on my desktop and nothing happened. It just 
stays on the desktop.

I don't know how I removed it, but I think I did a long time ago.
This computer is pretty old. Can I buy a CD or something to put it back on 
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Re: [Audyssey] Daus.

2008-11-13 Thread Willem

It's my fault, I meant windows key + r.
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I tried pressing alt plus R on my desktop and nothing happened. It just 
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I don't know how I removed it, but I think I did a long time ago.
This computer is pretty old. Can I buy a CD or something to put it back on 
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Re: [Audyssey] Daus.

2008-11-13 Thread Thomas Ward

Hi Ryan,
MS Dos hasn't shipped with Windows since Windows 95. However, Windows XP 
does have what is called the Windows command prompt which will run 
several older Dos applications. To access it just press the Windows 
Key+r and type command. Press enter on ok and you will get a command 
prompt in order to type commands.
Now, I really do feel like an old fart. You younger kids really have no 
idea what using computers were like say 15 years ago when Dos was the 
only thing we had.  Windows had just came out, butJaws for Windows, 
Window Eyes, etc didn't exist yet so we happily typed commands all day 
long. It might do everyone some good if they could learn about the 
Windows command line, formerly Dos, ec as it still comes in handy these 
days for some older games and programs.


Ryan Conroy wrote:

Hi,

I for some reason do not have MS Daus on my system. Is there a place to 
download it or something?
Thanks in advance,
Ryan

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Re: [Audyssey] Daus.

2008-11-13 Thread Bryan Peterson

I just turned twenty-eight in June, so I definitely remember those days.
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Hi Ryan,
MS Dos hasn't shipped with Windows since Windows 95. However, Windows XP 
does have what is called the Windows command prompt which will run several 
older Dos applications. To access it just press the Windows Key+r and type 
command. Press enter on ok and you will get a command prompt in order to 
type commands.
Now, I really do feel like an old fart. You younger kids really have no 
idea what using computers were like say 15 years ago when Dos was the only 
thing we had.  Windows had just came out, butJaws for Windows, Window 
Eyes, etc didn't exist yet so we happily typed commands all day long. It 
might do everyone some good if they could learn about the Windows command 
line, formerly Dos, ec as it still comes in handy these days for some 
older games and programs.


Ryan Conroy wrote:

Hi,

I for some reason do not have MS Daus on my system. Is there a place to 
download it or something?

Thanks in advance,
Ryan

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Re: [Audyssey] Daus.

2008-11-13 Thread Charles Rivard
Ah.  Wasn't it fun writing batch files and seeing them work after you wrote 
them?  That's what got me interested in learning programming. 
Unfortunately, the only skilled reader that could be found at the time had 
to stop reading for me during the learning of COBOL.  I had to drop out of a 
fast-paced course due to this.


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Hi Ryan,
MS Dos hasn't shipped with Windows since Windows 95. However, Windows XP 
does have what is called the Windows command prompt which will run several 
older Dos applications. To access it just press the Windows Key+r and type 
command. Press enter on ok and you will get a command prompt in order to 
type commands.
Now, I really do feel like an old fart. You younger kids really have no 
idea what using computers were like say 15 years ago when Dos was the only 
thing we had.  Windows had just came out, butJaws for Windows, Window 
Eyes, etc didn't exist yet so we happily typed commands all day long. It 
might do everyone some good if they could learn about the Windows command 
line, formerly Dos, ec as it still comes in handy these days for some 
older games and programs.


Ryan Conroy wrote:

Hi,

I for some reason do not have MS Daus on my system. Is there a place to 
download it or something?

Thanks in advance,
Ryan

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Re: [Audyssey] Daus.

2008-11-13 Thread Trenton Matthews

I believe there was a dos in windows 98 as well, but could be rong.
Not sure in Windows ME



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Hi Ryan,
MS Dos hasn't shipped with Windows since Windows 95. However, Windows XP 
does have what is called the Windows command prompt which will run several 
older Dos applications. To access it just press the Windows Key+r and type 
command. Press enter on ok and you will get a command prompt in order to 
type commands.
Now, I really do feel like an old fart. You younger kids really have no 
idea what using computers were like say 15 years ago when Dos was the only 
thing we had.  Windows had just came out, butJaws for Windows, Window 
Eyes, etc didn't exist yet so we happily typed commands all day long. It 
might do everyone some good if they could learn about the Windows command 
line, formerly Dos, ec as it still comes in handy these days for some 
older games and programs.


Ryan Conroy wrote:

Hi,

I for some reason do not have MS Daus on my system. Is there a place to 
download it or something?

Thanks in advance,
Ryan

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Re: [Audyssey] Daus

2008-11-13 Thread Charles Rivard
You can also go into the programs, then accessories, and it is in there, 
called command prompt.  After your work in the DOS environment, or as close 
to it as we can now get, you type the word exit without those quotation 
marks, and you're back into Windows.  HTH


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How could you remove command prompt from xp? If you are on your desktop, 
press alt + r. Then type cmd. It should open a command prompt window, 
whitch is windows's way to run dos programs.


If this doesn't work, then there is a problem with your command prompt.
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I'm running windows XP, but I think Daus got deleted from my system a 
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Re: [Audyssey] Daus.

2008-11-13 Thread Ryan Chou
wasn't there something called doss mode?

On 11/13/08, Trenton Matthews [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 I believe there was a dos in windows 98 as well, but could be rong.
 Not sure in Windows ME



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 Sent: Thursday, November 13, 2008 2:55 PM
 To: Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org
 Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Daus.

 Hi Ryan,
 MS Dos hasn't shipped with Windows since Windows 95. However, Windows XP
 does have what is called the Windows command prompt which will run several

 older Dos applications. To access it just press the Windows Key+r and type

 command. Press enter on ok and you will get a command prompt in order to
 type commands.
 Now, I really do feel like an old fart. You younger kids really have no
 idea what using computers were like say 15 years ago when Dos was the only

 thing we had.  Windows had just came out, butJaws for Windows, Window
 Eyes, etc didn't exist yet so we happily typed commands all day long. It
 might do everyone some good if they could learn about the Windows command
 line, formerly Dos, ec as it still comes in handy these days for some
 older games and programs.

 Ryan Conroy wrote:
 Hi,

 I for some reason do not have MS Daus on my system. Is there a place to
 download it or something?
 Thanks in advance,
 Ryan
 
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Re: [Audyssey] Daus.

2008-11-13 Thread Trenton Matthews
If there was a dos in ME, I do not know, as I never had an ME computer, and 
I hear it was terrible anyway!



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wasn't there something called doss mode?

On 11/13/08, Trenton Matthews [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

I believe there was a dos in windows 98 as well, but could be rong.
Not sure in Windows ME



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Sent: Thursday, November 13, 2008 2:55 PM
To: Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org
Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Daus.


Hi Ryan,
MS Dos hasn't shipped with Windows since Windows 95. However, Windows XP
does have what is called the Windows command prompt which will run 
several


older Dos applications. To access it just press the Windows Key+r and 
type


command. Press enter on ok and you will get a command prompt in order to
type commands.
Now, I really do feel like an old fart. You younger kids really have no
idea what using computers were like say 15 years ago when Dos was the 
only


thing we had.  Windows had just came out, butJaws for Windows, Window
Eyes, etc didn't exist yet so we happily typed commands all day long. It
might do everyone some good if they could learn about the Windows 
command

line, formerly Dos, ec as it still comes in handy these days for some
older games and programs.

Ryan Conroy wrote:

Hi,

I for some reason do not have MS Daus on my system. Is there a place to
download it or something?
Thanks in advance,
Ryan

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Re: [Audyssey] Daus

2008-11-13 Thread shaun everiss
all versions of windows have dos on them.
from ww95 to xp, its just emulated in the xp and up systems, well 2000 its 
emulated and in win me its emulated.
The last full version is 6.22, but there is dos 7 floating around somewhere.
I wouldn't install it on your primary partition, unless you want to use a fat 
16 edrive dos7 is all you can use, and if you have a fat32 drive you can use 
dos7.
If you have no idea what I am talking about chances are you don't have either 
of these.
If you want dos you can use dosemu on linux I suppose or the command line 
thingy.
there is also dosbox although I have personaly not used this.
At 06:00 a.m. 14/11/2008, you wrote:
First of all, it's DOS. D O S. Stands for Disk Operating System if I'm not 
mistaken. And if you deleted it wouldn't that cause problems with the rest of 
the machine? I'm no expert on the inner workings of computers, which is 
probably why you've seen no actual games from me. But you have to really be 
careful what yo delete. I'm mess up my machine on more occasions than I care 
to remember all because I got carried away with the Control+D keystroke.
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I'm running windows XP, but I think Daus got deleted from my system a long 
time ago. Is there anyway of reinstalling it?

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