A friend came by with some old software, and needs a computer to run it. It was originally running on windows 3.11, but he wanted USB support, so I installed Windows ME and installed the software.
The software he's using requires a dongle, which has been bypassed with an emulator coded by Todd K Grand @ safesoft systems inc. Unfortunately the only information I can find about this company is a judges ruling on the legality of emulation software to bypass the physical security dongle for an old Brother embroidery program...
Sorry for all the background, just wanted to let you guys know this is kind of insane, but I'm enjoying the challenge.
This is blue screen I get after seeing a black screen verifying key emulation:
safelpt(02) + 0000377 Error: 0E : 0028 : C038DCB7
I've had to modify the system.ini file with the following lines to enable this emulator to load up, under [386enh]
the bridgepo.386 file and safelptx.386 are both located in the windows directory.
I'd rather not go back to windows 3.11 because I don't believe I can find a video driver.
If anybody has any ideas I'd be grateful. I've tried everything I can possibly think of at this point.