Posted by Mark from pool-207-205-237-93.dlls.grid.net on November 22, 1998 at 14:10:10:
In Reply to: Re: Part 2 posted by Nick on November 22, 1998 at 13:03:18:
: You know how to edit the autoexec.bat or the config.sys files
: so there is more memory or you know how to load the mouse drivers in DOS?
I don't know about memory in those files, but to put the mouse driver in- open up those files(autoexec or config- can't remember which one) on your HARD DRIVE(Windows dir). Find the entry for the mouse driver and copy it, then paste into the same file on the boot disc. If this don't work, and you have checked the options, there lies one last resort. I had a similar problem with Tie Fighter for a long time and could never get it to work properly. I ended up dumping more cash for the new reissue, packing the older one away as an ancient relic. I think LEC has reissued all of their popular titles to be compatible with Win98, at least the Star Wars ones.
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