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Win95 FAQ Part 12 of 14: MS-DOS Games
Section - 12.8. Why shouldn't I use EMM386 (or other memory manager)?

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Top Document: Win95 FAQ Part 12 of 14: MS-DOS Games
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   A real mode memory manager will interfere with Win95's protected mode
   memory management. If you include NOEMS in CONFIG.SYS, for example, no
   program in a DOS session can access EMS memory. Delete or hide your
   CONFIG.SYS and let Win95 provide EMS memory in DOS sessions.
   
   For those of you who paid money for Quarterdeck's QEMM 8.0: SUCKERS!
   Take it back and get your money back!
   

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Top Document: Win95 FAQ Part 12 of 14: MS-DOS Games
Previous Document: 12.7. Why do DOS programs "stutter" in a DOS session?
Next Document: 12.9. How do I set up network games?

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