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    Regarding System Commander: does anyone have a version number that should work on 8088 PCs? WinWorld can provide versions starting form 2.26 and higher.
    Thanks!
    With kind regards / met vriendelijke groet, Ruud Baltissen

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    I don't think there is any and the code requires a 386 or greater so it wouldn't work on a 286 either.

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    I believe 3.x and lower work on 808x systems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruud View Post
    Regarding System Commander: does anyone have a version number that should work on 8088 PCs? WinWorld can provide versions starting form 2.26 and higher.
    Thanks!
    Quote Originally Posted by Trixter View Post
    I believe 3.x and lower work on 808x systems.
    If that were true he'd already have it running.
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    I have the March 1997 System Commander Manual. On the cover it outlines the following:

    Unix
    DOS
    Windows 3.1
    Windows 95
    Windows NT
    OS.2
    More

    I also have the following 3.5 floppy versions:

    Ver. 3.07 (1 disk)
    Ver. 4.01 (2 disks)
    ver. 4.02 (2 disks
    Ver. 4.031 (2 disks)

    The minimum requirements are "most" 80x86 compatible OSes DOS 3.3 and later (FAT 12/16/32).
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