How do I run a DOS game
under Windows 95/98?
MS-DOS games were not designed
to share system resources with other applications, so running
them under Windows 95 or 98 may cause problems. Your game
may run better in true DOS mode.
To try this, click on Start,
then on Shut down, then on "Shut Down and Restart in
MS-DOS mode". Then, follow the instructions provided
with the game for installing and running the game in DOS.
If you cannot gain access
to your CD-ROM drive, mouse, or your game has no sound,
you may need to get DOS drivers installed for your hardware.
Check with your System or sound card manufacturer to see
if DOS drivers are available.
Many problems with Windows
'95 games can be the result of outdated or incorrect hardware
If your problem is obviously
related to sound, video, your CD-ROM drive, your mouse,
or any other device your system uses, you may need to update
the driver for that device on your system.