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  1. You made a good point, so I completely uninstalled the games, reinstalled them, and imported them into Launchbox as Windows games, and now I'm getting the same result trying to play these as I did trying to play them outside of Launchbox I was hoping Launchbox would emulate the older systems somehow, but I'm getting the same error I was getting before. Regarding this other suggestion, I looked for the config button, but it was grayed out, presumably because my games are not DOS games, they're 90's Windows games. I felt dumb when I realized that, for what it's worth. So to reiterate, I'm a real noob at LaunchBox. Am I doing something wrong? Is there a way I could be using the application to solve my problems? Or should I be looking for a solution somewhere else because Launchbox won't do what I want it to? (I came to Launchbox in the first place because I have yet to successfully run any of my old PC games on my brand new Windows 10 machine). Thanks again for the help. Was feeling quite alone out here.
  2. Hey all, new to LaunchBox here, looking forward to playing all my old PC games. I have the CD's and all, and the installations seem to be going okay, but when I try to play the games (the CD is in the drive), Dosbox initially pops up and then... nothing. What gives? How do I go about troubleshooting this? Running Windows 10, on a fairly powerful PC, nothing super extreme. The game I have been trying is Rollercoaster Tycoon 2, also tried Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time. Thanks in advance. Totally lost noob here.
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