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takwu Page Icon Posted 2011-03-15 5:36 AM
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Rich Hawley - 2011-03-14 3:25 AM

It runs full screen on my Neta 980...

Thanks Rich, looks awesome.
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monoxrom Page Icon Posted 2011-05-04 8:23 PM
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How i can speed up CPU on pocketDOS? because all working so slowly
I was found 486 cpu emulation module but when im install him than pocketDOS not working depart when starting
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Rich Hawley Page Icon Posted 2011-05-04 9:34 PM
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The DOS emulations programs will only run as fast as the ARM processors will allow. Unless you have a method of over clocking the cpu before running the emulator program, you cannot really speed it up.
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Jake Page Icon Posted 2011-05-04 11:15 PM
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Yeah, I've always been confused about why DOS runs so slowly when boxed, for example, on Linux. I really like New Deal Office Suite (I run it exclusively in the RAM of an IBM 570) and thought it'd be better than Abiword on my Chinese MIPS netbook in DOS Emulator. ND could scarcely start up, let alone process, even when set to 100% CPU.

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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2011-05-05 9:38 AM
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Did you use the BOCHS processor drive for PocketDOS?

DOS is a realmode application, it has no concept of CPU time effiency. Without things like high memory management, power management and smart drive the performance is very restrictive.
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