[Trlog] Configuring DirectiIO for TR
k9mi at arrl.net
Mon Apr 21 19:35:22 EDT 2003
Bruce, I have found the best solution for XP users trying to run TR or
really, most other Dos programs on the same pc, is to use a dual boot
system. You install Dos first, then install XP. XP will ask you if you want
to partition the full hard drive, or just the remaining, unused space. Which
is what you want. Then, when your machine boots up, you'll have 30 seconds
to select either Dos, or XP as your OS. I had always ran seprate pc's
before, but I lost my "shack" when my sister moved in, so now my shack is
located in our bedroom, so I'm in a very small area, and not wanting to swap
out pc's all the time, this seemed like the best way to go.
Best of luck....
73 - Mike K9MI
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tree" <tree at kkn.net>
To: "Bruce Sawyer" <n6nt at arrl.net>
Cc: <trlog at contesting.com>
Sent: Monday, April 21, 2003 5:32 PM
Subject: Re: [Trlog] Configuring DirectiIO for TR
> On Sun, Apr 20, 2003 at 04:06:53PM -0700, Bruce Sawyer wrote:
> > If there is anybody on this list who has experience getting TR to work
under Windows XP by using the DirectIO program, I would very much appreciate
hearing from you directly. After a series of computer disasters stemming
from some bad electrolytic caps on the mother board in my system, I have now
migrated to Windows XP...and so far have not been able to get TR to work
with it. Help!
> DirectIO should solve most of the issues - except for one.
> Windows-XP is based upon NT - and as far as I know, there is no way to
> make the OS send code well.
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