I hear Stinger is good help me get the old wc games running im using windows 98 and there both running of Cd i get no sound on wc2 and wc1 just comes up with not enough memory. If you can help i will forever be your wingman.
Sorry guys u misunderstood i don't know how to get the contents of what u have asked me stinger please tell me how i do this please .
As i live in the UK this will take a long time as we log on at different time zones , i jusr wanna go to enyo and venice and all those could places will i ever play it again help pleaseeeeeeee.
REM DOSSTART.BAT is run whenenver you choose "Restart the computer
REM in MS-DOS mode" from the Shutdown menu in Windows. It allows
REM you to load programs that you might not want loaded in Windows,
REM (because they have functional equivalents) but that you do
REM want loaded under MS-DOS. The two primary candidates for
REM this are MSCDEX and a real mode driver for the mouse you ship
REM with your system. Commands that you want present in both Windows
REM and MS-DOS should be placed in the Autoexec.bat in the
REM \Image directory of your reference server. Please note that for
REM MSCDEX you will need to load the corresponding real-mode CD
REM driver in Config.sys. This driver won't be used by Windows 98
REM but will be available prior to and after Windows 98 exits.
REM This file is also helpful if you want to F8 boot into MS-DOS 7.0
REM before Windows loads and access the CD-ROM. All you have to do
REM is press F8 and then run DOSSTART to load MSCDEX and your real
REM mode mouse driver (no need to remember the command line parameters
REM for these two files.
REM - You MUST explicitly specify the CD ROM Drive Letter for MSCDEX.
REM - The string following the /D: statement must explicitly match
REM the string in CONFIG.SYS following your CD-ROM device driver.
REM MSCDEX.EXE /D:OEMCD001 /l:d
auto and config are empty i hope i've done this right by opening from explorer then opening with note pad help!!!!!!!!
Cannon: Your system looks to be pretty new if that's all you have in there. This should be fun.
Here's how to get the hardware information we need: right-click on My Computer, select Properties, and hit the Device Manager tab. Scroll down to the entry labelled "Sound, video and game controllers" and click the plus sign next to it. Tell us what appears there. Then, scroll up to the entry labelled "CDROM" and click on the plus sign by it. Tell us what appears there, too. That's all the information we'll need for now, though we will need more later.