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eGamer for eCS?
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1. eGamer for eCS?
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I was told of this site at the forums at the eCS site. It is called eGamer for eCS(?). Does anyone know more about it?
http://www.arrakis.es/~egamer/index.htm


http://www.ecomstation.com/forums


BigWarpGuy
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Date: 27 May, 2004 on 19:51
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2. Re:eGamer for eCS?
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I have tried to use it to create icons (IIRC) for DOS programs. I had installed Doom, Quake, Hexen and Heretix from http://www.dosgamesarchives.com (IIRC on the URL). I have them on the D: drive since this partition has 17 gig of space (total with most still free). Even though I directed it to the propper location of the .exe of each game, it said/indicated that the .exe of each game could not be found. Does the games have to be on the c: drive? Is there more to it than just directing it to the .exe of the game?

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Date: 18 Jun, 2004 on 21:10
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