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  1. If you are into playing games and making games on old Windows computers, look what's out there: A current game engine, that supports Windows 95! It's called OHRRPGCE. This seems to be the homepage: http://rpg.hamsterrepublic.com/ohrrpgce/Main_Page In the changelog for its current version, it says: ...Windows 95 is supported again!... This thing supports everything, it seems. Also smartphones, Linux and MacOS. It seems their games are found here: https://www.slimesalad.com/ A lot of projects look very amateur and poorly made, but the so called "best" game is something with dogs
  2. *** Windows 98SE version of this forum thread *** LIST OF SOFTWARE THAT SUPPORTS WINDOWS 95 In this forum thread, you will find a list of software that supports Windows 95. A link to a download source will be provided for freeware, shareware and open source software. For commercial software, you will need to search for sites such as Amazon or eBay for older versions of software that supports Windows 95. NOTE: Please DO NOT post links to illegal download sources for commercial software as MSFN will not tolerate software piracy. *** K E Y L E G E N D *** LAST - Las
  3. The DOS multibooting procedure between DOS, OS/2 and Windows 95 has became a wonderful project of mutibooting between these OSes under Virtual PC 2007. However, for one OS, I'm running into issues here. I have Windows 95 installed on the third hard drive. Using GRUB4DOS, I had to hide the MS-DOS hard disk image on (hd0) and the OS/2 Warp hard disk image on (hd1). I then mapped the third hard disk image where Windows 95 is installed on (hd2) as (hd0) and although the OS work fine, it's showing original drive letters, M, N, O and P as phantom hard drives and drives C, D, E and F u
  4. hi everyone i am in need of a little assistance with a win95 install..... i have an old machine that is IDE based which did have XP installed but i need to install windows 95 on it in order to run some older programs.... i made a bootable floppy disk from the bootdisk site however i dont have a cd-rom for setup.... i have used fdisk to clean then partition and activate the hdd but once i have done that all i get is the A:\> prompt and cant get any further than that.... i have been scouring the web looking for info on what i have missed and all i can find is constant refe
  5. See to me, there is ABSOLUTELY NO up to date browser that works on Win9x. By that I mean one that can render HTML5 and do banking. Right there, that should render Win9x as only being appropriate for offline use.
  6. I have a problem here. I got as far as the first half of the setup phase when attempting to install the retail upgrade release of Windows 95 (v4.00.950) on top of Windows 3.1 under the latest version of QEMU (v2.7). When I restarted the virtual machine, Windows 95 throws this error message when attempting to continue Windows 95 setup: Simply copying the IOS.VXD file into the \WINDOWS\SYSTEM\VMM32 sub-directly didn't help. Here is the current configuration used to attempt to boot up Windows 95 under Qemu 2.7: I'm wondering if this is a bug when attempting to insta
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