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Subject: Re: Tango PCB on Windows 2000

Date: 09/03/03 at 12:11 AM
Posted by: Evan Scarborough
E-mail: evan027@juno.com
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In Reply to: Re: Tango PCB on Windows 2000 posted by Pat Johnson on 08/19/03 at 7:59 AM:

So far I have the same problem and as one responder said; basically get an old system to run it native in DOS, and that's the best way, but if you can get windows 98 to run on your system (as a dual boot with System Commander or similar) it's then only a matter of setting up the path and memory assignments in the "PIF" that windows uses - I have Tango running great full screen only and it even uses the VESA drivers for good resolution and it used to run under win NT 4.0 (& it's the same hardware that win2k uses now refuses to run it so I believe that it's not a hardware problem as windows troubleshooter seems to indicate) - that's progress! (I'm not a regular follower of this BBS, but e-mail me off line if you want to follow up and then re-post my response so it gets shared here)
Good Luck!

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