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I installed it from iso. I typed in dir and it said 1 file(s) 53 bytes (I assume that means the willy.bat file), and 3 dir(s) 262,144,000 bytes free. The first 2 dirs are . and .. and the last one is wcd.
The Lost Files of Sherlock Holmes: The Rose Tattoo works really well. It’s a very detailed Sherlock Holmes games with real actors playing all the parts.
I agree. A nudge in the right direction or a hint would work too.
I just tried the mixer command. I have no idea how it works. It lists the channels (master, CDAUDIO, SB, and FM), main (f :f for each channel), and main (dB) (f :f for each channel). What should I type in?
It helps when I push the increase volume button to make the volume louder. I’m just curious if Magic DosBox has a built in volume control option. Adjusting the volume by pressing the keys on the keyboard works just fine, but even at the lowest volume setting, the game is still too loud for me.
Well the volume is at its lowest setting and the game sounds loud to me. If I press the decrease the volume button the sound gets muted.
I use the volume keys on the keyboard. Here’s a link that shows what they look like. https://support.google.com/chromebook/answer/1047364?hl=en
My device is a Chromebook and it supports Android Nougat.
Do you mean pressing the +/- keys on the keyboard? If yes, I tried that and it didn’t work.31. August 2017 at 19:15 in reply to: Floppy Disks for Sherlock Holmes The Case of the Serrated Scalpel Don't Work #4857
Wow. I would love to see your collection. It would be like going to a museum.31. August 2017 at 11:23 in reply to: Floppy Disks for Sherlock Holmes The Case of the Serrated Scalpel Don't Work #4855
The same could be said about my garage. My brothers and I have a lot of video game systems and games that we can’t part with.31. August 2017 at 10:55 in reply to: Floppy Disks for Sherlock Holmes The Case of the Serrated Scalpel Don't Work #4853
I’d take it off of your hands if my chromebook supported DVDs. It would save me time of converting my DVDs to video files.31. August 2017 at 10:23 in reply to: Floppy Disks for Sherlock Holmes The Case of the Serrated Scalpel Don't Work #4851
I’m just going to throw away or recycle the floppy disks and the external floppy drive unless you know someone who would want them.31. August 2017 at 9:55 in reply to: Floppy Disks for Sherlock Holmes The Case of the Serrated Scalpel Don't Work #4849
I don’t need to download it Al ex. I already have the CD version and I made an iso. I bought the floppy version by mistake. I thought I was ordering the CD version. I got the external floppy drive because I thought I could easily install the game from the floppy disks. Now I have a bunch of corrupted floppy disks sitting around that I can’t return because I bought the floppy disk version last year. I have no use for the external floppy drive either. I was planning on buying more floppy disk games to play on DosBox but after this incident I’m not going to bother. I can’t return the floppy drive either because I bought it last year. Any suggestions on what to do? I’m not big on collecting things that I will never use.30. August 2017 at 10:59 in reply to: Eagle Eye Mysteries in London Setup Doesn't Recognize the Sound Blaster Card #4845
Thanks Al ex. I changed the settings to IRQ 7 for Sound Blaster Pro for both sound and music. It worked. Absolute mouse works also by the way.