One thing to remember is if you don't have IRQ conflicts or non standard
things happening with your devices in DOS, chances are you wont in
Windows either. Even when you switch to the DOS mode.
Conversely (not the case for you) if you have a machine with not
conflicts in Windows with devices (Windows is managing the devices) and
try to run DOS apps where you must manage the devices Look Out as there
will be trouble in River City. I know, I'm dealing with the latter now.
> From: Stephen Merchant[SMTP:email@example.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, March 19, 1997 11:04 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [TRLog] Win95 Install Questions
> I'm considering putting Windoze95 on my radio computer. 4 serial, 2
> parallel, DVP, 16-bit SoundBlaster.
> My question is: is this a really stupid thing to consider? Will it
> set me
> back three months? Will all my gadgets and appliances still run? And
> can I
> simply bring it up in DOS mode and not get hassled by Win95's magical
> routines? I think I've seen several comments about not being to run
> perfectly in a dos box under Win95.
> Thanks for any wisdom. If there's interest, I'll summarize.
> 73, Steve K6AW
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