This is a quick guide on installing DOS games from virtual discs such as BIN, IMG, ISO, etc. This will hopefully help you out if you’re trying to play a DOS game off a CD image and get the common ‘please insert disc’ error message.
There were some attempts at attacking this site so a few new security measures were implemented. Thanks for your patience guys. Another minor update – a new category with educational related software will be featured. Expect encyclopedia CDs and other various kinds of edutainment software. That is all Your Esteemed Overlord
Learn How To: Enable Third-Party Theme Support on Windows XP Change your Windows XP Theme, Sounds, Cursor and Fonts This tutorial will show you how to download, install and use custom Windows XP Themes – essentially you will learn to take that boring old XP interface and give it an exciting makeover. Some programs like […]
This tutorial will show you how to attach more than one joystick to a single PC and use both of them when playing games. This is useful because one can convert your extra joystick to work as a rudder control, or throttle, or many other things – so it’s basically a cheap workaround if you can’t get proper rudder pedals!
More Dos games will be featured on this site in the coming months, and it’s only fair that I write up some clear tips on how to play these on modern computers. DosBox is everyone’s favorite MSDOS emulator, and learning how to use it takes but a few minutes.
Here we’ll learn how to use DosBox to mount MSDOS game CDs and actually install and play the game. We’ll assume you already have a game disc image (.ISO, .BIN, .NRG, etc.) on your hard drive, and you know how to mount those disc using programs like Power ISO, Deamon Tools, Alcohol 120%, etc. 1. […]
Some DosBox users have reported sound and music skipping / stuttering in Dos games. If you, like me, are one of the unlucky ones to experience this annoyance when playing Dos games, then I recommend you read the following solution:
Feel like recording gameplay footage from the classics only to find that neither Fraps, Bandicam nor any other recording software is up to the job? No worries. We’ll explore some solutions that will let you record gameplay and take screenshots from old games.
Trying to get that awesome gameplay footage on YouTube only to find that your recording software can’t seem to record sound? You’re not alone. Find out how you can record audible gameplay videos with only a pair of cheap cables!
Bad news. The Adrenaline Vault (www.avault.com) is offline and looks down for good. On a recent message posted on the Adrenaline Vault Facebook Page, Chip Hansen announced that the Adrenaline Vault came under a systematic DDOS attack at the start of June which resulted in the complete loss of the website and its databases. First […]