[ct-user] win 2000 tips???
Mon, 06 Aug 2001 18:32:11
Create a partition on your PC and install DOS. I do not think you can still
buy Microsoft DOS (MS-DOS), but you can still download DR-DOS and freeDOS
off the internet. I would recomend DR-DOS since it is 100 percent
compatible with MS-DOS.
Just switch to the DOS partition and run CT. Easy!
>From: Al <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To: v44kf <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: [ct-user] win 2000 tips???
>Date: Sun, 05 Aug 2001 11:02:25 -0400
>We have found at the Club station W1NRG that to use CT on a windows
>machine and still have use of the comports for radio control you need
>to boot from the start-up in DOS. (F-8 at boot up). This is with
>windows 98 Second edition.
> > I purchased CT version 9.23 on April 21, 1995, because it was the
> > ultimate, top of the line, ham logging software on the market for
> > serious and discriminating ham radio operators and contesters.
> > I have long gotten rid of windows 3.1. I wish to use CT again, but now
> > on my windows 2000 professional machine.
> > What tips might you have for win 2000 pro users like me, to create the
> > environment on my computer in which the CT program can function?
> > If win2kpro tips are not available, it is very unfortunate for me that
> > I will be forced into using your competitors logging software that is
> > fully compatibility with today's desktop computers. Just in case you
> > do not come through, can you advise best win2kpro logging software
> > that I can use for DXing and contesting?
> > Regards
> > Keeth
> > V44KF
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