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Windows 7: Doom on a Tandy Sensation! PC

08 Jul 2010   #1

Windows 7 32-bit
Doom on a Tandy Sensation! PC

Awhile back I posted about this PC's CD Player problems. I got that all fixed, and I threw Doom onto the hard drive. Since I recently got a video camera, I decided to record the gameplay. I do not yet have a sound card that works with the Sound FX in the game, so the PC Speaker was used. Also, please excuse the quality of the video.

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09 Jul 2010   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium x64

What are the specs on that computer?
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09 Jul 2010   #3

Windows 7 Home Premium 32-Bit - Build 7600 SP1

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Fastboy42 View Post
What are the specs on that computer?
Tandy Sensation! (multimedia PC) (Hardware Review) (Evaluation)
by Eddie Huffman
Tired of computers whose names look like catalog order numbers? Ready for a machine that does more than merely boot up or run Windows? Need a little fanfare before you start punching numbers into your spreadsheet?
Probably not. Most likely, you're more concerned with getting a computer that runs quickly and efficiently at a good price--one that comes with plenty of software, a sharp monitor, and worthwhile extras like a mouse and advanced sound. Fortunately, the Tandy Sensation! offers all that along with its cutesy name, colorful graphical user interface, and flashy introductory screen. The Sensation! is a multimedia PC, meaning it has a CD-ROM drive and meets the MPC hardware standards as defined by the MPC Marketing Council (see Test Lab in the December 1992 issue of COMPUTE). It also has a 107MB hard drive, a 3 1/2-inch floppy drive, a 2400-bps modem 4800-bps for fax communications), a 486SX processor running at 25 MHz, a standard 101 -key keyboard, a two-button Tandy mouse, stereo MPC sound, and a Super VGA monitor running in 1024 x 768 noninterlaced mode. Loaded with plenty of software, including CD-ROM programs, this system gives you enough to keep you busy until the next congressional elections.
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