Post by Squall Leonhart on May 10, 2007 9:10:12 GMT
thats one of the main deficits about DosBox...
what we need is someone to write a XPDOS, lol... instead of emulating a cpu, it emulates a cycles cap instead so it just uses the cycles from the CPU, and allows you to slow it down, should it run too fast.
If you don't know wtf you're talking about, then don't talk.
It is IMPOSSIBLE to run DOS programs on a modern windows without using some kind of emulator or VM (like the Windows DOS mini-emulation, which, btw, doesn't works that well), simply because, as a FEATURE, they restrict direct access to the hardware, which is what all DOS programs do.