DSx86 v0.20

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  1. granville
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    granville GBAtemp Goat

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    DSx86 is an Intel x86 emulator for the Nintendo DS. It aims to replicate the x86 computer architecture on DS as accurately as possible. It has received an update in the form of beta version 0.20. The author skipped directly from 0.15 to 0.20. Change log and download below. [/p]
    Warning: Spoilers inside!

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  2. wolfmanz51

    wolfmanz51 MrNintendosense

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    how can i load my games with this? whats the command?
     
  3. Coto

    Coto GBAtemp Addict

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    Pure DOS commands like dir, tree, del, copy, move and stuff.

    I`ve just set up everything, including 4DOS shell, and worked great, at least loads main bumpy`s splash screen.

    It`s a DOS emu basically.

    Tried running win3.11 with no luck u-u (i own those diskettes ahahaha, :old:, really)
     
  4. nl255

    nl255 GBAtemp Addict

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    It only emulates a 186 (a 286 without protected mode, but as there is no easy way to switch back to real mode until the 386 very few things used 286 protected mode). If you want to run Windows, Windows 2.03 is working perfectly as long as you use setver (or ver set ) to set the DOS version to 4.0 or below. Windows 3.0 in real mode may eventually work as well.
     
  5. MarkDarkness

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    Man, this hacker just keeps surprising me. His work is awesome and sooo fast!
     
  6. SparkFenix

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    Sorry noob here
     
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