David wrote:Okay, so your best bet is to look if your BIOS has a "USB legacy" setting, turn it on if it's off, and see if it changes anything.
Thank you for your reply, David.
I checked my PC's BIOS that is IBM BIOS of Thinkpad A20m running W98SE, the old one.
Different from Phoenix Bios, IBM BIOS does not have "USB Legacy support" option even does not have "Advanced" TAB.
Anyway I got noticed that this PC running W98SE may need DoxBox to run PoP for enabling USB controller.
Then I tried to run Pop1 through DosBox v0.74, I got the error;
PRINCE Page violation module : SDL.DLL
、Address : 0187:6813cb8e
EAX=00000000 CS=0187 EIP=6813cb8e EFLGS=00010246
EBX=00000000 SS=018f ESP=0279b158 EBP=00000000
ECX=028ce5c0 DS=018f ESI=00000003 FS=1aff
EDX=00000020 ES=018f EDI=00000000 GS=0000
Bytes at CS:EIP:
0f b6 43 04 5b 39 d0 0f 95 c2 0f b6 c2 48 c3 8d
00000000 6812c960 028b0c94 0279b1a0 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 0279b1a0 6812ca08 0279b1a0 00000000 00ff0000 0000ff00 000000ff ff000000
Does this mean I should have use more older version of DosBox in Windows 98SE cause SDL.DLL is the part of DosBox ?