Toger: When Dell's site described comp-specific drivers included on a CD/pre-installed on the HD (which of course I didn't have), I HAD to find & load 'em. Yes, windows detected hardware & loaded drivers but as I recall, didn't insert lines in autoexec/config for loading in DOS. I was searching for "install.exe"-ables that would automatically do that for me (less chance for error...mine
Ooops, Scout posted while I was writing.
Hmmm, let's see...mind you, I haven't played all these games yet, the fun was getting 'em loaded.
Freddy Pharkas: couldn't get speech in DOS, reinstalled windows version, worked fine initially, then Freddy began zooming across the screen even w/ Turbo.
Orion Conspiracy: DOS, had fits getting enough memory for speech, finally OK.
TimeQuest: Gave me fits in DOS. Music OK but game wouldn't recognize SB for sound effects so they played on the PC speaker.
Lure of the Temptress: Perfect in DOS.
Buried In Time: OK, but it's windows.
Gateway: Perfect in DOS, but don't know about sound effects yet.
Worst bug-a-boo so far: windows refuses to let me use Start/Shutdown to MS-DOS...locks every time. Finally made a desktop icon of command.com (which meant I had to add lines in icon's autoexec/config for mem/sound/cd
P.S. I also use ctmouse when I need more mem in DOS.