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I’m trying to setup Windows 3.1. After finishing the Windows Setup, it starts Windows and asks me do I want to run the tutorial. I skip the tutorial, the Windows setup has finished and I’m back to DOS screen. But when I try to start Windows via win.com file, Win3.1 logo appears then it returns me to DOS screen with this error.
In setup file, everything looks OK. Any ideas?
Maybe some versions of win3.11 have problems. I use win3.11 fr workgroups and works well. I installed it from floppy images
I’ll try again and again and again until I get it running. 🙂
Can you please send me your Windows 3.1 .mgc file?
I’m confused with mounting floopy disks. :/
Unfortunately I didnt add mounting floppies to ui, you must do it in expert settings, command looks like this :
“WINST” is folder with floppy images
mount c: “/storage/emulated/0/Download/WINST”
imgmount a: “/storage/emulated/0/Download/WINST/1.img” “/storage/emulated/0/Download/WINST/2.img” “/storage/emulated/0/Download/WINST/3.img” “/storage/emulated/0/Download/WINST/4.img” “/storage/emulated/0/Download/WINST/5.img” “/storage/emulated/0/Download/WINST/6.img” -t floppy
change to a: and start installation
then when you are asked during installation for another floppy, press “change cd” from general settings
I’m a big noob at this. :/
mount c: /storage/3FFF-5C16/_MS-DOS/C/
/storage/3FFF-5C16/_MS-DOS/Win31/Disk06.img -t floppy
And still got this:
look at my command and yours, you added enters between images, there should be spaces
I knew it was something stupid… Thanks, will try again
Aaaaand it’s the same problem as in first post… 🙁
I don’t know…i sent you my mgc file
Looks like I won’t use Windows 3.1 soon.
Thanks for the help anyway 🙂
Hmm maybe you can try download another installation files. And you can try both cores (svn and normal), maybe there is difference
Must be something with your floppy images. It’s working fine for me, too. Windows 3.11 for Workgroups. ?
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