Version 0.6 has several improvements over Version 0.5
- Tomb Raider I, Descent II and Redguard are now supported.
For running the games in Glide mode, you also need Glidos.
Descent II and Redguard have been tested only in Glide mode so far.
- When used with Glidos, VDos32 displays VESA graphics via Glidos.
Hence the TR1 FMVs now run fullscreen.
Also the background sounds no longer run into the FMVs.
- VDos32's unlocking is stable under Vista, so you
wont need to unlock it after each reboot.
Download v0.6 of VDos32 from here.
It does not require installation.
Just put it any where that you find convenient,
and run it from there. Use the "Load" button to select a DOS progam to run.
Before first use, VDos32 requires unlocking via the internet.
Just click the "Unlock" button.
For this early release, there is no payment or registration required.
(The unlocking service for this and other versions may be withdrawn at
some later date.)
Glidos, from v1.34 onwards, can make use of VDos32.
You just need to place VDos32.exe in your Glidos folder and
select "Use VDos32" from the Glidos configuration dialog (the setting is under the "DOS" tab).
Glidos usually installs to C:\Program Files\Glidos.
It is within that folder that you should place VDos32.exe.
Known problems in v0.6 are:
- The current versions of VDos32 probably will not run under the 64bit versions of XP and Vista.
- Only Tomb Raider I, Descent II and Redguard are supported.
- No support yet for MIDI.
- When playing Tomb Raider I in software mode, pressing F1 may set a video mode VDos32 can't handle.
Pressing F1 again should get it back to a working state.
- When playing Tomb Raider I in software mode, there are no background sounds.
- When playing Tomb Raider I in software mode, only Windowed mode is supported.
- Sometimes, Tomb Raider I will run very slowly. Click on the window to get full speed.
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