Noes, my old disk is not happy

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User Info: Magic_Bryan

Magic_Bryan
4 years ago#1
Tried installing for use under Dosbox, but my old 3.5" seems unwell, will have to use one of the downloads I guess. Anyone recommend the best one?

Need a hit before Dangerous comes out.
Lucky beats good...

User Info: Gunbladelad

Gunbladelad
4 years ago#2
The Elite Club site used to have it long ago, but they seem to have vanished.

You could try http://www.frontierastro.co.uk/

Not only does it have the shareware game files, but also has "how to" guides on how to run the entire Elite series on modern computers.
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User Info: Magic_Bryan

Magic_Bryan
4 years ago#3
Cool, will try to recover my old disk and save games, but Astro might end up being the way I have to go.
Lucky beats good...
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