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I want to expand a little bit on SciTech Display Doctor (SDD). Versions 5.3a and 6.53 support Windows 3.1x through Windows 95 (version 6.53 can be installed in Windows 98, but VESA driver is unusable). Version 7.0a supports Windows 95 and Windows 98. Despite SDD claims to support Windows 3.1x, the only Windows-specific thing it installs is some wconfig.exe ...


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Windows EXE programs do have to start with a STUB to avoid unintended consequences (crash etc.) when started in a non-Windows environment. EXPORTEDSTUB is supplied by the MLIBCEW Lib used in your link statement. IIRC it is possible to tell the linker (-stub?) to use a user supplied stub - which was, at one time, the standard way by using WINSTART.ASM (Faint ...


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TADA.WAV shipped with Windows 3.10 (not for Workgroups); you can see it for example in the list of files shipped on the disks, shown on PCjs’s catalog. Windows for Workgroups 3.11, which I suspect is what you have, only shipped CHIMES.WAV, DING.WAV, RINGIN.WAV and RINGOUT.WAV (as far as I can determine). WINVER.EXE in that version of Windows identifies ...


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To elaborate on Ken Gober's answer, you want one of the following: Microsoft Windows Resource Kit for Operating System Version 3.1, Pages 75 through 82 (Using Automated Setup: Setup /h) for a quick start and, for more detail, Chapter 2: The Windows Setup Information Files (pages 85 through 133) Microsoft Windows for Workgroups Resource Kit for Operating ...


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