11 March 2016 - Forum Rules
Started by Nightcrawler, December 30, 2005, 08:48:19 PM
Quote from: spralwers on July 13, 2010, 12:08:52 PMSo how exactly do you open those? When I double click them, the command prompt opens up, says "press and key to continue" then when I do, it shuts off. I tried opening both the .exe and the .bat files with DOSbox as well, but I got error messages saying they couldn't be run in DOS mode. I'm talking about xkas and spcas.
QuoteI too run Windows 7 64-bit. You can use batch files to run any command-prompt or DOS programs.
Quote from: Sliver X on July 13, 2010, 08:46:06 PMQuoteI too run Windows 7 64-bit. You can use batch files to run any command-prompt or DOS programs.Windows x64 has no NTVDM or WoW16, so no 16bit applications! When an x64 capable CPU is running in "Long Mode", there's no Virtual 8086 mode, which I guess presents so many issues to get around MS just dropped DOS support when Windows XP x64/Server 2003 x64 were released.To overcome this, you'll need to run DOS/Win16 programs via virtualization or emulation... I ended up taking DOSBox and creating this to run all my 16bit crap. (Demonstration Video)
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