American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A crystalline compound, C41H56O2, isolated from putrefied fish meal or from various intestinal bacteria, used to stop hemorrhaging and in veterinary medicine as an antidote to certain poisons.
“You should now be in DosBox, you will notice it's alot like the COMMAND PROMPT, the way it's set up.”
“You'll need an IMG file of a Windows 95 live cd and a copy of the x86 emulator DosBox - but once you've acquired those through whatever means you're using, you can just Commenting Options”
“I've played stuff like Strike Commander, Wing Commander, TIE Fighter, Dune II, etc via DosBox, and it works brilliantly.”
“The DosBox and the remove/rename logo. com worked for me, but DosBox worked better, though it wouldn't work under the alt+tab [FullScreen]”
“Although you may get it running directly, DosBox will prevent many timing bugs and generally, sound works better.”
“And if you use Linux, plenty of DOS games run in WINE and DosBox (both of which are free)”
“The downloaded archive contains a. iso but I have not worked out how to fool DosBox into thinking the. iso is a CD, but its probably possible so one wouldn't need the CD to be loaded into the cd reader, but unless you sort this out, you'll need to burn a CD.”
“DosBox will definitely run MW2 - both the dos and the 95 versions.”
“And by the way, did I mention how that Wine and DosBox can run pretty much anything*?”
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