WHDLoad doesn’t work when the Roadshow stack is running. Currently, I reboot the machine without the PCMCIA WiFi card everytime I want to play a game using WHDLoad. When I want to go online, I reboot with the card inserted. It’s tedious. Is there a way around this?
One solution I found on EAB was to do this in S:WHDLoad-startup
C:NetShutdown set wirelessManagerPID `status COM=C:WirelessManager` IF VAL $wirelessManagerPID GT 0 break $wirelessManagerPID ENDIF But while that code works when run standalone in a script, as part of S:WHDLoad-startup the game still runs and freezes at the intro screen. It seems the script doesn't have enough time to complete (the shutdown does take a few seconds). Maybe the submitter of that solution was using an unregistered copy where the time delay was implemented. I've tried adding "wait 10" after C:NetShutdown as well as after the 'break' line. I know I'm close. Any help appreciated 🙂 Edit: I have also placed a "makedir ConditionTrue" after the break command to test that the IF block was running. I know it is because the dir is created.
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