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Virtual Dos Machine sounds good, I'll try it. But I've found some applications that use parts of Dos that were left out of XP. I have tried putting them in ...
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    Virtual Dos Machine sounds good, I'll try it. But I've found some applications that use parts of Dos that were left out of XP. I have tried putting them in but I get an un stable platrorm.
    I think I need a system to play with, as both mine are dedicated.
    Thanks a bunch.

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    To run dos programs in XP, right click on the executable and select the Compatibility Tab, then select the emulation you want. I think the lowest was Win 95, but that should be good enough for running DOS games and the like.

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