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  • |title=Test Drive |caption=The cover art for Test Drive
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  • |title=The Duel: Test Drive II '''The Duel: Test Drive II''' is a cross-platform racing game.
    672 bytes (94 words) - 12:21, 27 December 2012
  • |title=Test Drive 3 |image=[[Image:Game-Test-Drive-3-Title.png|320px]]
    899 bytes (128 words) - 07:49, 21 December 2012
  • File:GAME Test Drive 2 Title.png
    Title screen of The Duel: Test Drive II
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  • File:Game-Test-Drive-3-Title.png
    Title screen for Test Drive 3
    (320 × 200 (30 KB)) - 18:17, 28 December 2007

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  • |title=Test Drive 3 |image=[[Image:Game-Test-Drive-3-Title.png|320px]]
    899 bytes (128 words) - 07:49, 21 December 2012
  • ...lly inserted to the front of the [[PATH]] and cannot be modified. This Z: Drive can be largely hidden with some creative modifications to the [[AUTOEXEC|AU You can find the following files in Z: drive.
    739 bytes (110 words) - 20:12, 9 June 2015
  • ...uld not find GROVIE dir (CD not inserted). The cd is in the drive and the drive was mounted. Any ideas?
    262 bytes (54 words) - 03:16, 12 August 2008
  • |title=Test Drive |caption=The cover art for Test Drive
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  • ...r of floppy disk images one wants mounted after DOSBox boots the specified drive letter. To swap between images, hit CTRL-F4 to change from the current disk ...ve image mounted as master by specifying "-l C" without the quotes, or the drive as slave by specifying "-l D"
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  • ...o emulate a DOS environment, needs some location to emulate a virtual Hard Drive. Commonly MS-DOS users would be greeted with a <code><pre>C:\></pre></code ...x the prompt instead reads <code><pre>Z:\></pre></code> which is a virtual drive in memory (RAMDrive) where the OS Tools are stored. Users cannot write data
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  • |title=The Duel: Test Drive II '''The Duel: Test Drive II''' is a cross-platform racing game.
    672 bytes (94 words) - 12:21, 27 December 2012
  • #REDIRECT [[GAMES:Test Drive]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[GAMES:Test Drive II]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[GAMES:Test Drive III]]
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  • File:GAMES-TestDrive-Cover.jpg
    ...cover of Test Drive downloaded from http://www.mobygames.com/game/dos/test-drive/cover-art/gameCoverId,116/
    (230 × 302 (23 KB)) - 22:46, 21 December 2007
  • File:Game-Test-Drive-3-Title.png
    Title screen for Test Drive 3
    (320 × 200 (30 KB)) - 18:17, 28 December 2007
  • ...dosn't exist. IMGMOUNT c c:\ " " \ response -The image must be on local drive. Can you please help ~ am so loooking forward to playing the old Dos games.
    396 bytes (69 words) - 08:07, 17 June 2009
  • File:GAME Test Drive 2 Title.png
    Title screen of The Duel: Test Drive II
    (640 × 400 (4 KB)) - 12:20, 27 December 2012
  • 2. Create a directory in the home drive to act as the root of the dosbox C: drive. Mine was named '''dosgames'''. 3. Put the Silent Hunter CD in the CD-ROM drive and mount it. (I mounted mine by clicking on it in the Linux file browser,
    2 KB (322 words) - 07:56, 12 December 2012
  • ...loppy image swapping. In contrast to alternative solution ''Virtual Floppy Drive'', the ''ImDisk'' driver also works on 64-bit versions of Windows. ...Windows will probably complain about wanting to check the freshly mounted drive for errors, which you should skip.
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  • ...CONFIG|CONFIG.COM]], which can be found on the internal DOSBox [[ZDrive|Z: drive]] when you start up DOSBox. .... <code>"filelocation"</code> is located on the local drive, not a mounted drive in DOSBox. The language file controls all visible output of the internal co
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  • ...00 (assuming a full install), mount the CD-ROM drive, change to the CD-ROM drive and type "install". ...ed as per above) will just require mounting the game folder and the cd-rom drive, browsing to the game folder and typing "game".
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  • ...for MS-Dos works perfectly in DOSBOX within the DOSBOX environment mounted drive(s).
    134 bytes (19 words) - 14:57, 29 January 2010
  • 1) Go to your C: drive.<br> (If you have another drive as your CD drive - mine is E:\ - the command would be mount d E:\ -t cdrom -usecd 0 -ioctl)
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  • * Fixed multiple issues with drive labels. * Fixed multiple crashes with the drive images support.
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  • ...the directory structure. It's useful if you changed something on a mounted drive outside of DOSBox. (CTRL - F4 does this as well!)
    162 bytes (27 words) - 04:19, 30 September 2010
  • ...booting Hard Disk was the primary data source and assigned it the '''A:''' drive letter. Other drives would get assigned letters based on their availabilit ...ve, because classic DOS software expects a certain minimum availability of drive space.
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  • ...h was? (e.g.: On my system, I have ''C:\DOSPROGS'' mounted as DOSBox's C: drive. If the game's original path was ''C:\SCREAM'', I'd move the ''SCREAM'' di
    512 bytes (86 words) - 13:48, 19 September 2009
  • 1. Put your Arsenal CD in your CD drive as usual. 2. If your CD drive letter is D:, type "mount d d:\ -t cdrom".
    617 bytes (111 words) - 02:06, 23 August 2009
  • ...l F4) to have access to changed files automatically when, for example, the drive is mapped as a floppy. Drive Z is mounted as Internal Virtual Drive</pre></code>
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  • ..., the default initial drive of DOSBox is [[ZDrive|Z:]], a Virtual Internal Drive, instead of A: or C: when booting from a real DOS system. In either case th
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  • : ''choice /m "Is the file on the same drive as the shortcut"'' :: ''if errorlevel 1 set drive=null''
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  • ...ource" error, make sure the game is looking in the right place for your CD drive. A quick look into the 'resource.win' file should do the trick. ...p them into whatever drive you can find and remember easily. I used my C: drive just because. Make sure they are in two different places! If you put them i
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  • ...ve|C drive]] (pointed to the Local-Directory C:\DOSGAMES), changes to that drive (from [[ZDrive|Z:]]), [[Commands#CLS|Clears the Screen]] and prints the mes
    1 KB (163 words) - 09:02, 31 October 2009
  • ...ss folders or files into a smaller package for email or storage on a flash drive.
    214 bytes (38 words) - 05:36, 18 March 2008
  • ...settings to file. "localfile" is located on the local drive, not a mounted drive in DOSBox. The configuration file controls various settings of DOSBox: the ...settings to file. "localfile" is located on the local drive, not a mounted drive in DOSBox. The language file controls all visible output of the internal co
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  • File:ImDisk.png
    ...configuration window and the window for mounting a new image as a virtual drive; including example settings for mounting a floppy image.
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  • ...be heard. Install the game within DOSBox with both a C: drive and a CD-ROM drive mounted or manually edit the RESOURCE.CFG to point to the correct path. You
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  • ...s yourselves if you decide to give it a letter change. Just search for the drive letter you installed from and change it to the letter that you will mount i ...3.5" floppy disks. The installation program (INSTALL.EXE) asks you which drive your installation disks are located and gives two options: A: or B:
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  • ...mounted under DOSBox. (You could also create the folder in your DOSBox's C drive if you have one; this might be preferable if you want to experiment with a * Create a file in your DOSBox C drive called WIN.BAT with the contents:
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  • ...is the back slash "\" does not work it is a bracket "]". Can not mount the drive without it.
    304 bytes (57 words) - 13:56, 25 August 2009
  • ...E is my physical CD drive volume, whereas in DOSBOX I was mounting the CD drive as D, hence the altered BAT file:
    1 KB (205 words) - 07:47, 13 December 2012
  • .... My first ''real'' PC was a 486er with 8MB ram and a '''big''' 540MB hard drive.
    374 bytes (67 words) - 10:30, 18 June 2009
  • ...files and bad sectors on it. Downloaded DOSBox, ran it, mounted the USB drive, mounted the CDROM with SpinRite on it and ran SpinRite. That worked. Bot
    452 bytes (75 words) - 22:43, 23 August 2009
  • ...mounted under DOSBox. (You could also create the folder in your DOSBox's C drive if you have one; this might be preferable if you want to experiment with a * Create a file in your DOSBox C drive called WIN.BAT with the contents:
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  • ...side DOSBox they appear as though they reside in the root of their mounted drive letter, so the above example in DOSBox would be located at '''<tt>C:\TESTDR Drive C is mounted as local directory /Users/[your username]/DOSGAMES/
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  • ...e used while playing as the game checks for a certain CD-ROM disc name and drive speed.
    559 bytes (79 words) - 08:58, 11 January 2009
  • Obviously the second C: in the mount command above is the real drive your files reside on, and the \path\to\dir is the real pathname.
    362 bytes (73 words) - 13:21, 17 February 2010
  • <code>IMGMOUNT DRIVE [imagefile] -t [image_type] -fs [image_format]<br/> ...disk images)|-size]] [sectorsbytesize, sectorsperhead, heads, cylinders -u DRIVE]</code>
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  • ...driver from the CD-ROM version of the game will not initialize if a CD-ROM drive has not been mounted with low level support. Also, the GOSiERRA SoundBlaste The SHP installer allows for full hard drive instillation and includes a manually patched SB driver that does not requir
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  • ...e. This assumes that the hard drive you are copying to is C:\, and your CD drive with the game disc inserted is D:\. # Mount your C drive to C:\. Disregard BOSBox warning you about mounting C:\ (mount c C:\).
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  • ...OSBox going with your CD drive mounted as d:\ and a directory on your hard drive as c:\. Place the Daggerfall CD in your CD drive.
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  • ...s yourselves if you decide to give it a letter change. Just search for the drive letter you installed from and change it to the letter that you will mount i
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  • ...executable, DOSBox will mount the directory of <code>name</code> as the C drive, and start executing <code>name</code>. ...d can be: an Internal Program, a DOS command or an executable on a mounted drive.
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  • Deamon Tools can be used to change CD on a common virtual CDRom drive.
    572 bytes (93 words) - 16:03, 30 January 2009
  • ...game is installed in your C:\ drive. If you installed the game in another drive letter type that in instead. Now let's get DOSBOX to recognize your CDROM Drive
    5 KB (893 words) - 09:29, 13 June 2009
  • ...ecause WarCraft II will not start unless it detects the original CD in the drive. Insert your Warcraft II CD into your drive.
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  • * [[MOUNT|Mount a Drive]] ...tt>''' directory, '''<tt>TESTDRIV</tt>''', which is [[GAMES:TestDrive|Test Drive]], an old racing game. Your directories should look like this:
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  • ...es, you must either insert the Quake disc into your lowest-lettered CD-ROM drive, or extract *.ogg files from the CD's audio tracks and put them into the id ...heir own set of music tracks, which require either the expansion CD in the drive, or extracted *.ogg files in the respective expansion folders as described
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  • ...e to get Ascendancy to recognize its CD. I have tried mounting an ISO as a drive in DOSBOX with both ...game it give me the message "Please place the Ascendancy CD in your CDROM drive.". --[[User:Culix|Culix]] 18:43, 29 December 2009 (UTC)
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  • Each element should be a full path (drive letter and sub directories) for clarity, and they should each be separated
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  • ...ve / directory more than once, or mount a sub folder of an already mounted drive. This is probably the root of your problem. As mentioned in the bold sectat
    3 KB (567 words) - 01:50, 13 October 2010
  • This game checks the label of the CD drive so you if you have mounted your CD image: Once you have mounted the CDROM, switch to the drive and run setup.exe
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  • * C drive [[MOUNT|mounting]] needs -freesize tweaking for the installer
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  • ...level. For instance if DuneCD is installed in "F:\games\dunecd" and the CD drive is "K:", use <code>mount f f:/</code> and <code>mount k k:/</code>, then br
    969 bytes (151 words) - 12:42, 20 January 2013
  • ...(e.g. c:\games\DARK\DRIVE.CD) and change ''X'' to C (or whatever your hard drive is). ...ore than one letter. If it's a problem for you, you can leave the original DRIVE.ID alone (assuming it contains the letter D), and alternatively put this [[
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  • ...drive. For this tutorial, we'll use the folder name "games" on the PC's C drive. This is where you will store games to be accessed by your DOSBox program. ...ith this command, you are telling the DOSBox program where your emulated C drive will be located.
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  • ...as thrilled and amazed. I quickly copied the entire thing over to my Win7 drive D:, installed DosBox on Win7, adjusted the config file and shortcut accordi
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  • ...sound. In order for DOSBox to use this, you must either mount your CD-ROM drive, or make a bin/cue image of the disc that includes the redbook tracks and m
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  • ...ndancy gives you the message "Please place the Ascendancy CD in your CDROM drive.", check your COB.CFG file. This file tells Ascendancy where it should expe ...for your CD simply edit it to match. For example, if you mount your CD as drive D: and your ISO has no DATA folder, simply change the last line to "D:\ASCE
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  • ...cd. It might work better if you rip the cd and mount the image on a hard drive.
    1 KB (190 words) - 07:54, 3 January 2013
  • ...sound. In order for DOSBox to use this, you must either mount your CD-ROM drive, or make a bin/cue image of the disc that includes the redbook tracks and m
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  • ...the disc mounted during play by copying the contents of the CD to the hard drive:
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  • ...t performance you will need at least 200MB of free space on your mounted C drive to install the optimal version. If installing with the minimal (20MB) or st ...ttings for Sound Blaster 16, and all will be well. The speed of the CD-ROM drive can be ignored if you are mounting the ISO. On DOSbox V 0.73 the CD mount w
    3 KB (538 words) - 08:05, 6 May 2014
  • ...ou will need to mount your cue/iso image and install the game on your hard drive. After that, every time you want to play the game, you have to mount the im
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  • Create a directory on your hard drive to copy the CD to, eg...
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  • ...ke i wuz well on my way to playing but i couldnt change the drive to my cd drive because i couldnt type ":" or "\" for some reason....if anyone has any knol ...sy. <br />First edit the dosbox.conf file, under [autoexec] to mount a new drive letter and folder you will not use.<br />
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  • *You will also have to mount the CD drive and run from the original CD or alternatively mount a CD image.
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  • * fixed some mscdex issues (drive letter header error, added get directory entry)
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  • ...ust one volume the ~ will work, but not if you have another volume or hard drive. --[[User:68.162.109.220|68.162.109.220]] 09:59, 1 March 2010 (UTC)
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  • ===Hard drive/CDROM access=== '''Q.''' How do I access my hard drive/cdrom in DOSBox?
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  • * Fix some pcspeaker mode. (fixes Test Drive and similar games)
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  • ...rmation about mounted drives. Useful if you changed something on a mounted drive outside of DOSBox. Also cycles through disk images mounted using [[IMGMOUNT
    3 KB (393 words) - 06:28, 8 May 2015
  • Assuming that the cd-rom in your PC is in the e: drive. Minimum CD-ROM Drive Speed Required = 1X
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  • Mounting the game CD-Rom drive. E.g. where "D:\" is your local drive. ...tion steps. You should use a ''minimal installation'' and the installation drive for the game is '''C:'''. The default installation folder is '''SHANNARA'''
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  • * Improve DOS functions when dealing with virtual drive.
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  • ''{system drive}'':\Users\''{username}''\AppData\Local\DOSBox\dosbox-{version}.conf
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  • ...a folder called "ULTRASND" under whatever folder you will mount as your C: drive. ...side'' DOSBox. (Which is likely not the same as the path on your real hard drive.)
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  • # Bust out your DOS copy of ''MechWarrior 2'' and put it in your CD drive. # Select the '''Source''' drive containing your CD and click the '''Destination''' file button.
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  • .... You can find out which diskX block device corresponds to your CD or DVD drive by using the "mount" command.
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  • ...pporting some network cards, and another one with modem support. This test drive description is about the latter one, on ubuntu linux (14.04) host under off
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  • * [[GAMES:Test Drive|Test Drive]] * [[GAMES:Test Drive II|Test Drive II]]
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  • ...the mouse is not locked). It now also includes features such as automatic drive mounting, improved command-line handling, APM power off, direct parallel po
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