Which, of course, made it even more likely to not shutdown correctly.mattmiller wrote:Win98 was notorius for not closing down and locking up at that point even on intel processors - I always ended up just switching off when I used to look after a load of school computers
Yep - we were always OK up to point that it started happening - but once it started - no known cure - just palative care onlyWhich, of course, made it even more likely to not shutdown correctly.
Hi,Ruffturn wrote:like karldros, I really appreciate your efforts and I'd really like to see more detail on how you accomplished this.
I've been trying to familiarize myself with qemu but "
qemu-system-i386 -localtime -cpu 486 -m 256 -cdrom d win98se.iso -boot d -hda win98.img" yields a "cannot open d: No such file or directory" error.
I haven't figured out how to tell qemu that my win98se.iso file is the d drive cdrom.
Thanks for your help!
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