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Win32 emulator for OS DOS

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sorry for the inconvenience reading http://winedos.ucoz.com/ see that there are emulators for win32. it is likely that someone has put together a CD ready to use. I was wondering if anyone knows a site where you can download some CD iso with OS DOS and Win32 emulator (like wine in linux)
I thank you for your time. :huh:



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?

where you can download some CD iso with OS DOS
Nope! And I'm unaware of Wine supplying any Windows Software either.

Wine is a program that offers a compatibility layer allowing Linux users to run
some Windows-native applications inside of Linux.
So, no. WINE is available but the Software is not. Rule#1a -

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I'm sorry; I seek not get in trouble forum. :blushing:
(It is at MSDOS.) you think of freedos and win32 emulator.
Together ready for use; someone will know any iso. :huh:
thanks for the patience.


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Wine on DOS. That's interesting to say the least!
If you have Windows XP or earlier, here's a nice guide to creating a MS-DOS bootable CD. https://www.terabyte...icle.php?id=158
Alternatively, you can download FreeDOS (open source DOS) here. http://www.freedos.org/download/

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Camtron: thanks for the info.
although I am more a common user, not a builder. so I was looking for something ready to use and test.
(I animare me and see what it is). hopefully encourage some knower build an iso.


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??? Download this - "FreeDOS 1.1 Base" It's an Install ISO. Your "Win32 Emulator for DOS" is (AFAICT) supposed to run *on* DOS.

1 - Download the ISO

2 - Install it (somewhere)

3 - Install the "Win32 Emulator"

4 - Play away!

 

I think you're misundertanding. Here's WINE.

1 - Download Linux

2 - Install it (somewhere)

3 - Install WINE

4 - Play away!

 

See? :unsure:


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Maybe you could make use of DosBox:

http://www.dosbox.com/

or vDos:

https://www.vdos.info/

 

Or you could use VirtualBox and:

http://virtualboxes....images/freedos/

 

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