Geibler Enterprises Inc. is selling software that doesn't work, and after paying quite a bit for the program, and knowing a little programming, I don't care to take that kind of chance on anymore prgramming businesses.
What I want to know, is if an embedded DOS is the same as standard DOS, and ;
if a disk that came out of a system with a full format on it, can be decompiled, converted and recompiled in a different file types of common extension.
no I would think...:thumbd:
Re: System DOS
This is a case of a customer not reading the system requirements.
Mr. Morris was trying to run an MS-DOS program which accesses the BIOS of the PC under Windows XP.
Giebler Enterprises has posted warnings in bold red text that these programs will not run correctly under Windows XP since XP prevents proper access to the BIOS:
Mr. Morris has been offered and will receive a refund if he returns the software package.