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SubjectRe: Question on pinmame... Win vs. Dos... Reply to this message
Posted bympholic
Posted on05/10/01 08:38 AM

Pinmame is a stand alone program for running the pinball roms. Vpinmame is a .com file which encapsulates pinmame. It was specially created so that Visual pinball could control it. So instead of you manually activating things in pinmame, actions that occurr in Visual pinball activate the roms (don't ask me how, I'm not a programmer). Its not really a windows version of pinmame. The windows version of pinmame is pinmame32.

> http://www.pinmame.emuviews.com/beta/vpinmame_099b3.zip
> Which I have installed...
> vs.
> http://www.pinmame.emuviews.com/beta/pinmame_099b3.zip
> what is the differance?
> My system specs:
> P2 450
> Mx300 sound card
> GForce DDR
> 384 sram pc100
> I would love an answer on this...
> Also, If I switch to the dos version, How do I completey get rid of the previous
> version?
> thanks

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*Question on pinmame... Win vs. Dos...  dP_dropout05/10/01 02:26 AM
..Re: Question on pinmame... Win vs. Dos...  mpholic05/10/01 08:38 AM