Neko Kit Su, on Aug 1 2003, 01:34 PM, said:
My pack came with S3&K Collection, Sonic R(the one with no music), Sonic CD, and Sega Smash Pack 2.
I have a few other machines(*coughs* few is an understatement) and I'm able to play Sonic CD on those =P
First, I bought s and k collection for $10. Then I saw Sonic R and Sonic 3D Blast in a pack together for $10, so I got those too. And later, I found the Sega Action 4 pack for $5. Go figure. My Sonic R had no music trouble though. Just like Sonic CD, the music is audio tracks. If you had 2 cd drives, and you tried playing the game in the other drive that you did not install in, the game won't detect the music (and won't let you play the game either unless you hacked it).
Windows XP really makes me mad sometimes. I wish there was a windows emulator for this new windows defect. It has its ups, but I use too many old programs. For example, I used NeoPaint to do all 56 of my 200x40 link logos on http://xfox_prower.t....com/links/logo
in under 3 hours! The program is 10 years old now and is still being sold. Because its the DOS version, there's been no updates to it. (I prefer the DOS version because its custom GUI is so much cooler than the windows one. I get lost in the windows version because everything looks the same; plain white everywhere. There was a recent update for the Windows version and that one is XP compatible. But XP has still gone too far. I still use the old 16 mhz computer next to me running on DOS 6.22 for the classic stuff that XP can't handle though :D