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Seagate Backup Plus Slim External USB 3.0 2TB Hard Drive Review
DOS games on a modern PC  - DOS games on a modern PC
Sun, April 18 2004 | 5:16PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Still determined to find a solution to the rest of my DOS games that won't run using the above methods, I decided it was time to temporarily take over my wife's machine that is at her insistence still running Windows 98. So I decide it's time to go old school. Eyes-a-glaze and a mad scientist cackling strangely emanating from my throat, I dig out my decade-old custom boot disk, put into the useless appendage of a floppy drive that I also beg my wife daily to let me remove and overwrite my blank autoexec.bat and config.sys files on the C: drive with those from the floppy. As the computer restarts I F8 boot to the system prompt, thinking to myself that THIS will show them; although, at this moment I am none to sure just who THEM is."
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