Are you using the boot and Top 300 VHDs that came with the pack? You shouldn't be ever seeing the runtime error or getting it unless something is missing or corrupt. You can try editing a couple of files and saving them. on E:. EDIT TDL.INI, and then save it. EDIT HANDLERS.INI and then save. That could be left over from a bug in the Converter where github was adding unix characters at the end of the file. just editing them and saving can correct. Weird that yours would work every other time though.Alkadian wrote: ↑Sat Nov 14, 2020 10:24 pm @ flynnsbit,
I am having a lot of fun in playing all my favourite old windows games! I have been testing many games and they all worked straight out of the box!
Just to report something that perhaps is meant to be working like that. Anyways, every time I reboot the Mister I get an error message as per the attached picture. After hitting the reset button in the menu I can get the Windows 98 Boot screen, as expected.
If this doesn't fix it. I am interested in your configuration. In the mister menu, 256MB of memory, 90 Mhz, L1 and L2 cache on?