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Is there a way to get Sam & Max CD Version for DOS by Lucas Arts to run under Warp 4 with sound/speech? So far it only ran without sound and crashed with sound on. I tried several settings.
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dr_gonzo earned 100 total points
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This is what you do:
1. Beg a friend to make a DOS boot disk for you.
2. Make a disk image of it, and put it on drive c:
3. Go to templates and drag out a program.
4. In the DOS-settings you can specify that
   you want the dos image on drive c: to be
   your start disk.
5. Enter the name (Sam & Max) and then all you have to do is double click the icon, OS/2 starts the DOS image and runs the program just as if it was runned under a normal DOS and not the
OS/2 VM-FAKE-DOS.

If you have any questions, you can mail to:
dr_gonzo@rocketmail.com

MTFBWU,
Dr. Gonzo
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