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well i downloaded that file and copied it to my windows/system folder, but now when i run wine a warning message pops up and says "This application or DLL can not be loaded on Windows 95 or on Windows 3.1. It takes advantage of Unicode features only available on Windows NT."
nope go to your wine directory in your home folder (thats where you should have it) and there is a file called "config" just open it with an editor and you will see a section like this:
; Windows version to imitate (win95,win98,winme,nt351,nt40,win2k,winxp,win20,wi$
"Windows" = "win98"
; DOS version to imitate
;"DOS" = "6.22"
if that says anything other than win98, then change it to win98
no no no...if you look at the section i am in and the section you are in, you will see that i am under version and you are in the drive c....scroll down just a little bit further in the file and you will see EXACTLY what i showed you...
that win95 that your looking at is to specify fat32 drive, if you had dos written there it would specify a fat16 drive...so like a said scroll down a little further and you will see pretty much the same thing i have.