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Linking MS-DOS to Win 98

By peetree ·
I have a program that is only able to run on MS-DOS; it's 6.22. Can MS-DOS "see" a burner?

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by CG IT In reply to Linking MS-DOS to Win 98

MS DOS can see a CD Rom using MSCDEX driver. Buring whether it's DOS or Windows requires a burner program.

Here's a link about MSCDEX

http://www.techadvice.com/tech/M/MSCDEX.htm

Here's a link about Goldenhawk software

http://www.chickensys.com/support/software/translator/specialfeatures/virtualdrives5.html

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by mjd420nova In reply to Linking MS-DOS to Win 98

WIN98 does support whatever version of DOS is loaded, try selecting DOS Prompt from the accessories option of all programs. DOS can see a burner if you have it loaded in DOS and the proper command is listed under the CONFIG.SYS file.

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