RE: PC/Amiga->C64 xfer programs
Date: 2002-01-14 10:01:25

Hi Spiro,

>Such a driver means that the security mechanism of NT/2K/XP for hardware
>accesses are really made non-existant, meaning, you make NT/2K/XP to behave
>as bad as 9x/Me does, and I don't think this is a wanted solution, is it?

Is there a way to temporarily installing it for use only with the specific
program (and not when using the PC normally). The problem I have is many
users can boot to DOS anymore, and unfortunately I can't write for Windows.

- Nick


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