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You have to direct it to a real folder on your computer. You type "mount c" followed by the directory that you want DOSBox to consider the "C drive".

So, for example, all my DOS games are in a directory of X:\Emulation\DOS\[folders named after each game]

In DOSBox, I could type:

mount c "x:\emulation\dos\quake\"


dir /p

This will mount my Quake folder as "C:" in DOSBox. Typing "C:" will change to that directory. Typing "dir /p" will show a pausing list of all files in that directory.

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Right, because you have to direct it to a folder on your computer that exists. You're saying "I want you to call this real folder on my folder the C: drive". You're not just making something up, you need to direct it to a folder on your computer.

What folder, specifically, are you trying to mount? You need to enter the entire path.

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