I am using a MS-DOS 6.2 boot disk which includes a CD-ROM driver. Looking at the AUTOEXEC.BAT, one of the lines read:
And the CONFIG.SYS reads:MSCDEX.EXE /D:banana /L:R
If I start up with this boot disk in v10, I have no problems. However, starting up in v11 produces the following error:DEVICE=cd1.SYS /D:banana
(and a whole bunch of REM statements with different parameters for the /P switch)
...even if I set the CD-ROM settings to "Empty".Device driver not found: 'BANANA'
No valid CDROM device drivers selected
My only explanation for this is that someone added code Wine does not agree with. Changing Wine engines doesn't help.
I noticed that you can map a hard disk to a CD-ROM within the Hard disc settings dialog. That may be all well and good. However, if I buy myself a copy of Quake II, copy all the files on the CD to a directory, then map the directory to a hard disc CD-ROM, and then install the game
The game will run, but I guess I won't be able to hear the CD audio tracks, right?