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WinImage (30 day free trial software capable of packaging files into an cd simcity 3000 world edition serial code (ISO) image, such.
After I go through the Windows installation, reboot and try to launch Windows, the Windows for Workgroups.11 splash screen comes up and it starts cranking away, but it gives up and says "incorrect DOS version".
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If youve got a zip file with the installation files inside it, like the one I got from msdn, then youll need to run an app (such.
Every once in awhile its fun interesting in a nerdy way to check out some legacy technology and I dunno reminisce about the old days and how far weve come or some crap like that.Mount the image to your virtual machine and copy the driver into c:dos.Contents, last, next, dOS and Windows.x Installation Notes.If you set up networking, choose the Advanced Micro Devices pcnet Family (ndis2/ndis3) Ethernet driver.(credit: m reboot the virtual machine to apply your changes and then mount the Windows.1 disk.

If youve already got floppy disk or cd-rom images of Windows, then mount those now.
If you have the upgrade disks, you must install an earlier version of DOS before you upgrade.
If you have an msdn account, you can download a zip file with the installation files inside it, package them into an ISO image using.
VMware Workstation virtual machines support the networking features found in Windows.11 (or Windows for Workgroups).Over 2 MB of hard drive space!EXE and have found it works successfully with VMware Workstation.QBasic.5: I suppose other than finding other apps to install, Ill try to find a graphics driver, sound driver, etc.Im a little dubious of how they calculate the number of calories in chocolate sauce and nuts.I just accepted all the defaults.Its a straight-forward process.Or Ill get bored after using it for 10 minutes because, come on, the real fun is in getting it to work.We've all got something to contribute.