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Yea I read the topic and thought "Didn't TTch have this?". It's a great idea, but someone else got it 1st
I think the stuff in the Windows\System directory should cover a lot of it. Then you need win.com, system.ini, win.ini, and progman.exe.
aaaallrigt. But not now.. whats the adress to the site? There was a site with DOS 7.10 and a live 3.1 floppy.
Send me Windows 1.0 Live floppy on email@example.com .
I got the Windows 3.1 version
MS-DOS 7.10 Full Version is totally compatible with Win/WFW 3.x, without the needs of any changes or patches.
I guess he/they patched IO.SYS already because 7.x isn't readily compatible unless you patch it. As for older versions, it's a simple matter of using setver and adding their bin file to the list (win200.bin, win100.bin) and giving them a happy dos version... like 3.33 or 5.
In order for versions of windows 2.x or 1.x to work, you need to add something to SETVER (a program that makes older programs think they are running on an older version of DOS). I don't remember the exact syntax to adding new lines as I haven't done it in a while, but you would add win200.bin for win 2.x and win100.bin for win 1.x. For all I know, win200.bin may already be added, at least dos 6.22 included it already (that's how I figured out how to get 1.x to work in 6.22, I looked at setvers lists).