Use any dos emulator like DOSBox
Any application or game which you can execute/run in DOS environment.
It can't be run in DOS mode because it relies on Windows-specific APIs. DOS mode is running the program in either DOS, or in a DOS box under Windows. Basically, it is saying that it can't run on DOS because it is not a DOS program.
This game was designed for MS-Dos, so you'll need to use a program such as DOS Box to run it. There are plenty of guides online if you look.
No it cant. The Sims needs at least windows 95 to run, and MS-DOS can only run DOS-type games.
MS-DOS is old, very old by computer standards. It is not compatible with most programs and applications now. It won't run right or at all on most newer computers, printers or anything else. If you want to use dos you should have an older computer like 1993 and older. Dos will run older programs and software like 10+ years old but it will not run any windows program even old windows 3.1 programs unless it is installed. A few of those older programs were neat or were useful but most of of it is no where near as good as the new stuff now which is windows compatible. Dos can also be useful for anyone who is into basic programing.
There are mainly 3 kinds of executable programs in MS DOS, .exe, .com and .bat.. To run any command you need to just enter the command name without extension. For example, if you want to run game.exe, game.com or game.bat, simple right "game" and press enter..
It depends what game it is. If it is run by electricity then the battery has propably run out and you will have to chage them. If it is a computer game and you have recently bought a new computer, it might not work because the computer has new software and the game might need old software.
The only solution is to run the application in Windows and not from a MS-DOS only system.
DOS is an operating system. The DOS prompt is the command line where DOS commands can be run/executed.
There is nothing called DOS applet.. You can run Java applet from DOS..
That program might not support MS-DOS..
Not really but it is interesting to learn. Batch files are small programs that can be written in DOS. They also run in DOS. Any PC can get to the DOS shell by typing Start>run>cmd. To get out of the DOS shell just type exit. Go to amazon and get you an old book on DOS and it will also have info on how to write batch files, it may get you interested in programming because that's what it is.
dos operating system
You can't run MS-DOS, windows is different operating system. You can type cmd to invoke command prompt. Also, you could install DOSBox to run DOS programs, OR install VirtualBox and install DOS inside it.
No. However, it is possible to run the Windows version of DOSBox under MS-DOS and compatibles using HX DOS Extender. HX DOS Extender allows you to run a limited number of Windows applications under DOS. DOSBox, QEMU, Bochs, and a couple other emulators can be run using this method.
Two easy steps!1.Run the CMD(Command)2.Now you're in DOS
Yes and no. If you have the hardware resources to run UNIX/Linux then you should. DOSBox can run any DOS program in UNIX, so there is no need for DOS if you can run UNIX. However, if you have an older computer or an embedded system where UNIX or Linux would have too much overhead, DOS is a better choice.
Yes, if it is a DOS program.
MS DOS is the old operating system used on Microsoft Computers before Windows. It was text-based - you operated the computer by typing words on a command line. It stands for MicroSoft Disk Operating System.Your Windows machine still has a DOS emulator that you can access by typing "CMD" on the lower right where it says "Type here to search." You can run old DOS programs by downloading a program called "DOS Box."
You really don't. Updates during the creation was based on released versions. So the update for dos 6.00 was dos 6.2 then dos 6.22. Last MS dos was version 8 in sept 14, 2000. Essentially Reinstall the operating system. Delete your c:\DOS folder. Boot of the diskette or CD with the new version and run the installer. Optionally you should be able to just run the installer from the command line and overwrite the folder with the newer version
When it is run in MS-DOS mode.