Question about Blizzard Entertainment WarCraft: Orcs and Humans for DOS
I've recently installed orcs and humans to my windows 98 and after I've shut down and restarted the computer I open MSprompt and type WAR, which is what i was instructed said to do at the end of the installation process, the computer responds Bad command or file name. What did I do wrong?
You need to navigate to the directory where the game was installed. When you open your DOS prompt you may be in the WINDOWS directory. You should be able to find the application and open it by double-clicking since you're using Windows 98. The instructions you're reading are for DOS.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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Microsoft Windows 98 was an operating system used on a majority of personal computers from 1998 to 2000. Because of this, there are a variety of games available to play on Windows 98, but are incompatible with later versions of Windows. If you have Windows XP or higher, you have access to a "Compatibility Mode" that allows your computer to play those games. Activating compatibility mode is a simple procedure.
Right-click the file that you usually click on when you are trying to start a game.
Select the "Properties" option in the drop-down menu.
Select the "Compatibility" tab, then check the "Windows 98" box.
Select the proper video mode for your game under "Display Settings."
Select the "Apply" button to save your settings, and select "OK."
Double-click on your game's file to begin playing the game.
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