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  1. I have been trying out the latest version of DOSBox 0.74-3 running on Windows NT 4.0 SP6 under VMware Workstation Player 16.1.2. When starting DOSBox, I get the following output in the Command Prompt window: SDL_Init: Starting up with SDL windib video driver. Try to update your video card and directx drivers! CONFIG: Generating default configuration Writing it to C:\WINNT\Profiles\ppgrainbow\Application Data\DOSBox\dosbox-0-74-3.conf CONFIG: Writing it to C:\WINNT\Profiles\ppgrainbow\Application Data\DOSBox\dosbox-0-74-3.conf MIXER: Got different values from SDL: freq 44100, blocksize 512 MIDI:Opened device:Win32 However, when I try to close the DOSBox window, DOSBox hangs hard and robs 100% of the CPU usage! Using Process Explorer, I tried to terminate DOSBox.exe, but instead I get an error message: Error terminating process: Access is denied. Here's a screenshot of this issue: https://imgur.com/a/74tilnb The only way to resolve the issue was to perform a hard reset of the guest OS. Since Windows NT 4.0 has limited DirectX support (up to version 3 officially), how can I get around this issue?
  2. I've decided to install Cygwin 1.7 under Windows NT 4.0 Workstation. I got the utility (setup-1.7.exe) from the Cygwin Time Machine page on the CrouchingTigerHiddenFruitbat website. In order for Cygwin setup 2.661 to work properly, I had to provide this URL link here: http://ctm.crouchingtigerhiddenfruitbat.org/pub/cygwin/ So, I wanted to install the 2009-09-14 build of FontForge to use under Cygwin 1.7. I have followed all of the procedures to get FonFforge to work properly on this page: https://www.iro.umontreal.ca/~boyer/typophile/doc/ms-install.html The installation took a while and when I tried to type startx under Cygwin, I get this output: Looking to see what could be wrong here, I looked at the XWin.exe file located in L:\bin directory, when I try to execute the file, I get this error: XWin.exe failing to execute due to the missing VerSetConditionMask entry point which is not present under Windows NT 4.0 or earlier. VerSetCondition mask entry point is only present on Windows 2000 and later. Over a decade ago, I remember running FontForge on Windows 98 Second Edition under Virtual PC and I don't think that I can find an old enough version of Cygwin that will work on these versions of Windows anymore. I'm sorry if I'm not providing enough information or if I'm not making sense, but is there any way how I can get an old enough version of Cygwin with the older repositories that will work under Windows NT 4.0? Thank you for your time.
  3. I have been working on an updated version of SeaMonkey 1.1.19 (Firefox 2) for Windows 95 and NT4. I plan to backport CSS features over from newer versions of the browser, as well as modify the browser to work better with the modern web and improve user experience on older OSes. (I plan to include an optional hosts file that blocks Facebook and Google Analytics URLs, which will speed up the web greatly.) Right now, it is just a rebrand, but I am working on newer features and I do accept contributors. GitHub Page Latest Release
  4. I'm trying to setup mirroring on my Windows NT 4 server with SCSI drives. I plugged in a new drive and booted. For some reason it put the new, blank drive as drive 0. How can I set which drive is Drive 0? If I use jumper will that screw up the mirroring?
  5. Would using NTLDR AND NTDETECT.COM from Win2k along with uniata driver overcome the limit or is it a hard limit of the OS
  6. Hi! I found a while ago an old NT4 cd. Now I'm trying to install it on my main pc, but the installation program crashes without bsod immediately after loading all the stuff to memory and then reboots. Some specs: CPU - Intel I5 3570k, Mobo - some Asus p8z77 with UEFI bios 8GB or 4GB of ram (neither works) USB mouse & keyboard Same results with another 3rd gen I5 pc with Gigabyte mobo and 8 gigs of ram Does anyone have idea of what might cause this? Thanks -Jalmari

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