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IPX Emulators for Windows XP

IPX Emulators for Windows XP

IPX Emulators for Windows XP

Are there any IPX emulators avalible for Windows XP? I have tried Kali and Kahn, the problem with them is that they use a vxd which is not compatible with windows xp.

I am currently running a DCC on a LPT ports between a Windows 95 computerand a Windows XP and I want to play old IPX games such as Warcraft, C&C and Doom. There is no chance of down-grading the Windows XP machine.

I have read the post IPX over TCP/IP whcih is the exact thing i want but i would like a few more instructions on how to do it against windows 95 and XP.

RE: IPX Emulators for Windows XP

install the ipx-client of MS, that's enough for playing games. you find it in your network settings - add ...


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