Question about Samsung DVD-VR375 DVD Recorder/VCR
I, have a game called, WINGNUTS on CD-ROM, it came out in 1996, it's a WW1 dogfighting game. However, I, have a XP laptop, and a brand -still in the box VISTA gaming desktop too, but anyway, I'm trying to use DOSBOX emulater to play the game, but as soon as it starts to load up , it will show the logo and start up bar; Then I get an ERROR message saying: "THREAD HAS WENT TO SLEEP". I, have a computer company called: My Computer works.com; One of the tech's remotely logged on my laptop, but he couldn't figure it out. Do you think you can help?
P.S. I, have a region free DVD/VCR combo, but I'm very unhappy with it. I, had to exchange this one at least once and another one I have (JVC-DR-MV77S) once, or twice. So, I saw a blog about hacks for region locked DVD players/recorders, in particular, I was thinking of getting a SAMSUNG DVD-VR375, but I was told by a person on the internet that is a representive of a online company that sells DVD unlock codes that, because SAMSUNG has been sued over the past few years, that they will no longer sell machines,(at least the newer ones) that can be unlocked in the US-region 1. However, the man tells me that units sold in the UK, and Europe can be ulocked. So, if I where to go buy the Samsung model-will I be able to unlock it using the procedure givin on the FIXYA blog?
Also, is it possible to get a converter box that will automatically make ANY and ALL DVD players/recorders able to play ANY and ALL DVD discs? Can you recommend a brand, and or model?
You need a code for this you can go with this
The following CVS builds are based directly off of the official DOSBox CVS source code.
Use this build to test the latest official CVS changes and to report bugs.
CVS-Compile (aka AEP Emulation) build
Last updated: Daily
Description: A direct build (i.e. no modifications or unofficial patches) from the official CVS source code. Good for testing games that have problems in the latest release version to see if they've since been fixed in CVS.
rhoenie/Marcus Herbert (Mac OSX)
Last updated: July 17, 2008
DosBox 0.72 for G3
DosBox CVS for OSX (G4/G5/i386)
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
Right-click the program icon on your desktop or the shortcut on the Start menu for the program you want to run, and then click Properties.
Click the Compatibility tab, and change the compatibility settings for your program.
Figure 3. Set compatibility properties for a program manually.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
Go to control panel---programs---programs and features... you will see "use an older program with this version of windows"
Select that and run the wizard... look for the program that is giving you problems and run it as xp compatability... or possibly and older operating system... experiment till you find the one it needs... or if you have the box for that program it will say what requirements it needs
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
a 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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