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  1. Hi, and however I'm cat.
    I wonder for kindness: I have an old 16bit program that I would like run in windows 10-64bit. I suppose using a 64bit-ntdv emulator is there any way to run it?

    You can download it on my dropbox at: https://www.dropbox.com/s/tssw292rh0jwoyb/IPPLUS.rar?dl=0

    and the executable is \ipplus\ipplus.exe

    if this were possible I would be very grateful, thaanks
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    Nope,only way to run it is with winxp 32 bit,also being a cat isn't that cute.
    I think,therefore i am a hamster.
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  3. You can try VDosPlus http://vdosplus.org/
    It should work.
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    @jagabo, I am going to ask you, since you got it working, and I wouldn't get a straight answer from the OP: Is there ANY feature in that app that is not available elsewhere, using NORMAL, modern 32/64bit software?


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  5. Originally Posted by Cornucopia View Post
    Is there ANY feature in that app that is not available elsewhere, using NORMAL, modern 32/64bit software?
    I have no idea. I just started the program, opened an image, and took a screencap.
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  6. Love such questions
    One can use a 16 bit emulator too (tested-works):
    https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/windows-dev-appconsult/running-16-bit-applicati...t/ba-p/1671418

    Next i try if wing commander 3 works
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  7. Is there any way to run it? Well, yes. If it's practical, I don't know. Here's a dosbox running Win 3.11 running Ipplus. Should be portable, but didn't spend much time testing it.
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  8. Windows 3.11 is so clunky! Thanks for that though. I think I'll get rid of the ipplus stuff and just keep the Win3.11 VM.
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  9. Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    Windows 3.11 is so clunky! Thanks for that though. I think I'll get rid of the ipplus stuff and just keep the Win3.11 VM.
    It's clunky for sure. Closer in time to the invention of the CPU than today. I feel old.
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    Love such questions
    One can use a 16 bit emulator too (tested-works):
    What an elegant solution!
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  10. Hi, and however I'm cat
    Why did you write this?????
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  11. Originally Posted by s-mp View Post
    Hi, and however I'm cat
    Why did you write this?????
    It's his "thing". He thinks it's cute.
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