Difference between revisions of "DOSBox and Windows Vista and Windows 7"

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Yes, DOSBox works in both Vista 32 bit and Vista 64 bit, but depending on your local setup you might need to pay attention to certain things
 
Yes, DOSBox works in both Vista 32 bit and Vista 64 bit, but depending on your local setup you might need to pay attention to certain things
  
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=== Configuration file ===
 
=== Configuration file ===
 
If you are running in Vista as non-administrator you must take care with editing the configuration file.
 
If you are running in Vista as non-administrator you must take care with editing the configuration file.

Revision as of 13:13, 16 January 2008

Does it work ?

Yes, DOSBox works in both Vista 32 bit and Vista 64 bit, but depending on your local setup you might need to pay attention to certain things

Bold textItalic textBold textlink title

Headline text

File:Example.jpgMedia:Example.ogg<math>Insert formula here</math>Insert non-formatted text here--87.117.35.55 13:13, 16 January 2008 (UTC)


Configuration file

If you are running in Vista as non-administrator you must take care with editing the configuration file.

CD-ROM support

This is currently still in development. The best thing you can do is to make an image of your CD-ROM and IMGMOUNT that.

Note: I can mount my CDrom drive as "mount d e:\ -t cdrom" This is on a DELL Inspiron notebook