[Coco] [Color Computer] VCC Emulator - Switching WorkingDirectories
Stephen H. Fischer
SFischer1 at Mindspring.com
Sun Sep 4 19:58:22 EDT 2011
I did find a download link and discovered that it is a MSDOS program.
I will use johncollyer's 6309 emulator as I am familiar with Jeff and John's
emulators (MSDOS) and it will meet my needs just fine.
(John's emulator is available on RTSI)
Now if someone would reply to my recent post asking for where the
instructions for putting Windows 98 SE on a USB stick are, they were posted
in the last year but I did not save them.
That is the best OS to run MSDOS programs on.
Thanks for your searches.
I will stick with VCC as I can run it on my Vista laptop and perhaps even my
new W7 64 Bit one, even if I have to use XP mode it will surely run there.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Stan Mooney" <mrfrosty30701 at yahoo.com>
To: <ColorComputer at yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Sunday, September 04, 2011 3:57 PM
Subject: Re: [Coco] [Color Computer] VCC Emulator - Switching
>I did a search for David Kiel's emulator. There is some information
>available but I can't find a download link (I do know that he was marketing
>the program and I bought a couple of different versions. I don't know if he
>ever made it available as shareware or freeware.) It worked fairly well
>under win 2000, but the sound didn't work too well. Win ME and earlier
>(Something with a real DOS) worked extremely well--sound and all. Supported
>35, 40 and 80 track drives--single and double sided. Worked with all
>copy-protected .dsk images I could come up with.
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