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Windows 3 with Multimedia Extensions

Page history last edited by The DOS dude 3 years, 12 months ago

 

 
 
     
Game Info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_3.0#Windows_3.0_with_Multimedia_Extensions
Download:

Windows 3.0 Multimedia.zip

(Extract on root of your SD card) 

 
 

Testing-History

 
 

Status

Comments

Version

Debug.log

 Playable  Works perfectly.
0.23  
    0.22  
 
     
 

Testing Comments:

 
  0.23:  
     
 
 

Comments

Audio Volume 

Not needed

Touchpad Mouse (TPM) 

Not needed.

Game-Speed

All

Suggested .exe-file

win.com
 
     
 

Useful comments

 
 

Use VGA 320x200 with 256 colors for better display:

 

How to change display resolution

1. Select the Main program group

2. Select Control Panel

3. Select Display

4. Select VGA 320x200 with 256 colors

5. Select OK

Done

 

How to enter the DOS Prompt while still using Windows on the background:

 

1. Select the Main program group

2. Highlight DOS Prompt

3. Select File

4. Select Properties

5. Select Browse...

6. Select the 4dos.com file

7. Select OK

Done

 
     
 

Custom Control Schemes:

 
 

INI Settings 

Additional Notes

   

 

Comments (5)

Olivier T. Robidoux said

at 8:14 pm on Aug 15, 2011

Important Note: Put the Windows folder in the root of your card, NOT in /data/dsx86/. Otherwise, the programs will not show up on the screen.

The DOS dude said

at 1:56 am on Sep 29, 2016

Added a disclaimer!

Olivier T. Robidoux said

at 8:15 pm on Aug 15, 2011

Also, changing the screen size requires disks...

Olivier T. Robidoux said

at 8:18 pm on Aug 15, 2011

That's probably because you tried to change the screen size using Windows Setup. You should change it with the Display options of the Control Panel.

The DOS dude said

at 1:56 am on Sep 29, 2016

The new link fixes that!

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