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By mars2000you

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05-05-2004, 18:04

There are connections between MSX and XBox - see here :

http://www.digit-life.com/articles/xbox2/ LOL!

By BiFi

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05-05-2004, 21:49

Somebody please point this guy to Nishi's Lecture... Tongue

Anyway, it's really lame to compare such an superiour system like MSX to such an inferiour playtoy like the X-Box.

I'm pretty sure there's a connection between MSX and the X-Box indeed WinkThe only connecion between them is called MSX-Emulation Smile

By dhau

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24-05-2004, 17:55

Lol, I think XBOX with good modchip is what MSX-5 should be Smile

By DarQ

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24-05-2004, 18:03

Lol, I think XBOX with good modchip is what MSX-5 should be Smile

funny, i think it's not Big smile

By dhau

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24-05-2004, 18:14

Well, let's think:

MSX-DOS 1.x is a MS-DOS 1.x clone
MSX-DOS 2.x is a MS-DOS 2.x clone
Windows 3.0 was a GUI on top of MS-DOS 3.30
Windows NT is a follow-up to Windows 3.0
XBOX have a micro-kernel made on base of Windows NT kernel!

You see? If we look for similarities between MSX and PS2, CG and XBOX, XBOX is the most close thing!

By snout

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24-05-2004, 19:56

Euhm. I don't think MS-DOS 2.x had subdirectories ;P

By dhau

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24-05-2004, 20:21

Umpstz... Well, I only started my PC usage in 1991, so it was MS-DOS 3.30 on cheap Taiwan knowoffs from IBM PC XT Smile

So then:

MSX-DOS 2.x is a MS-DOS 3.x clone

By sjoerd

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25-05-2004, 00:37

Euhm. I don't think MS-DOS 2.x had subdirectories ;P Ofcourse msdos 2 had subdirectories. Smile

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