>I've tried to joined Tape64, which seems the prg for me.
Well, never mind, probably just a misunderstanding?!?
>But, I've returned a DOS error:
>Load error: no DPMI
>What is it?
Hehe: "No DPMI". Didn't it say exactly this :-) ?
Many DOS programs need a DPMI extender for accessing memory. No DPMI
driver, no RAM. I wouldn't believe I'd suggest this some day, but if
you start the same program in a Windows DOS-Box, the error shouldn't
occur anymore (at least not with the standard DOS box settings, I
If you prefer to stay under plain DOS (which is a *good* idea,
anyway), you can get DPMI services by installing a memory manager like
QEMM (QDPMI) or get the CWSDPMI package from the net (do a google
search - it's around everywhere). I'm not really sure, but I think
even installing the original EMM386 driver should provide you with
Quote:>They are the first experiments for me, who work daily on Mac OS platform.
Ah, so "I've never used DOS" doesn't necessarily mean you _were_
trying it under Windows' DOS box before. That's good. Because it means
this is still an option (if you have Win 9X installed on that
machine). Try it. Although I'd still suggest QDPMI or CWSDPMI under