Friday, October 22, 2004

Virtual PC and Command & Conquer



My favourite game of all time is Command & Conquer, but I could never get it to work on Windows XP. I tried it in Virtual PC without any luck until now. Ben Armstrong (aka Virtual PC Guy) explains why it does not work, and how to get it to work: Virtual PC and Command & Conquer. He has also got Dune and Dune II working. Excellent! I'm really enjoying his blog, and look forward to more information.

Also check out his Operating System Nostalgia and More Operating System Nostalgia entries.

8 comments:

work from home directory said...

this post... I've enjoyed reading your blog. I was searching for legitimate home business sites. I have a home based business and I wanted some ideas and tips. I also have a blog, it is www.adminsupervisor.blogspot.com it’s new and it’s getting better all the time. Have a look if you want, but I'm moving house and have not posted in a while. I'll get back to it soon.

My other site is a legitimate home business site. I recently decided to build my own income and I thought I searching for tips would help me become a better mentor.

Keep up the great work Simon Chapman, I'll be back soon.

work from home in the uk said...

Simon Chapman, why can't more sites be as good as yours!!! You see I am changing my life at the moment and I have decided to start a work from home moms site. I am trying to get inspiration so I can become easier to talk to. You site has given me some ideas. I talk to a wide range of people and I need to relate to everyone I come across so thanks for your posts! The title 'this post' caught my eye so I thought I'd post on this one. Cheers.

work from home moms said...

this post... I've enjoyed reading your blog. I was searching for work from home directory sites. I have a home based business and I wanted some ideas and tips. I also have a blog, it is www.adminsupervisor.blogspot.com it’s new and it’s getting better all the time. Have a look if you want, but I'm moving house and have not posted in a while. I'll get back to it soon.

My other site is a work from home directory site. I recently decided to build my own income and I thought I searching for tips would help me become a better mentor.

Keep up the great work Simon Chapman, I'll be back soon.

work from home in the uk said...

Greetings Simon Chapman, you have a pretty cool blog here. I was searching for work from home. I just started my home business and you can see it at this link - work from home. Your post title caught my eye - this post. I'm just looking for tips on how to be a better mentor. I know that’s not what you’re going on about in this post but I am trying to expand my vocabulary phrases so I can talk to many different personalities. I mean I have to talk to a lot of people and I need to be able to connect with everyone.

Anyways Simon Chapman, this helped. Keep it up, I'll be back.

work from home in the uk said...

Hey Simon Chapman, you have a great blog here. this post caught my eye and I thought I would put a post on it. I'm looking for help.

The site I have is a work from home directory site. Its all about, need I say it, working from home. I think people should have the choice to build their own income instead of somebody else’s. Freedom of well being and all of that...anyway I was on your site looking for ways to help my business. I'm really looking for ways of building better rapport between recruits.

Anyways Simon Chapman thanks for the great blog. I'll just have to carry on my search till I find what I'm looking for. Take care.

legitimate home business said...

Hey Simon Chapman, you have a great blog here. this post caught my eye and I thought I would put a post on it. I'm looking for help.

The site I have is a work from home directory site. Its all about, need I say it, working from home. I think people should have the choice to build their own income instead of somebody else’s. Freedom of well being and all of that...anyway I was on your site looking for ways to help my business. I'm really looking for ways of building better rapport between recruits.

Anyways Simon Chapman thanks for the great blog. I'll just have to carry on my search till I find what I'm looking for. Take care.

work from home pc said...

Simon Chapman, why can't more sites be as good as yours!!! You see I am changing my life at the moment and I have decided to start a work from home pc site. I am trying to get inspiration so I can become easier to talk to. You site has given me some ideas. I talk to a wide range of people and I need to relate to everyone I come across so thanks for your posts! The title 'this post' caught my eye so I thought I'd post on this one. Cheers.

work from home directory said...

Hey Simon Chapman, you have a great blog here. this post caught my eye and I thought I would put a post on it. I'm looking for help.

The site I have is a work from home in the uk site. Its all about, need I say it, working from home. I think people should have the choice to build their own income instead of somebody else’s. Freedom of well being and all of that...anyway I was on your site looking for ways to help my business. I'm really looking for ways of building better rapport between recruits.

Anyways Simon Chapman thanks for the great blog. I'll just have to carry on my search till I find what I'm looking for. Take care.