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One thing I loved about windows XP is its compatibility mode. In the compatibility mode select the programs, then select the version of windows for whoch it was designed and then run the program. I tried to run VGS and Bleem but no use, anyone able to run them on Windows XP, then please tell me how.

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i know....

i tried virtual pc and it's not very fast, and because of that not very useful either, unless you have a mac...
the pc speaker emulated through the sound blaster is funny though ;)
 

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this sucks man....!
 
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I'm going to run both 98 and xp....

after all, xp IS more stable and I've heard a lot of people say their (new) games perform a little better with it.
 

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Originally posted by Xeven
yes i guess dual booting is your best bet Ali..
I guess it is..........it sucks to........bbwwwaaaahhhhhhaaaaa:shout::shout: :shout: :shout: :shout:
 

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heheheh.lol.........I saw this the first time......huhuh
:fingers: :fingers: :fingers: :fingers: :fingers: :fingers: :fingers: :fingers: :fingers:
 

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A flaw in the x86 architecture prevents it from emulating itself at a reasonable level of speed..

Hence, VPC and other x86 emulators like Bochs, VMware, plex86, will always be slower on the average user's hardware..
 

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Well......I guess I can live without VGS and Bleem
 
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