> I actually ended up fixing the issue. On the emulator that still functions just fine
> on Windows 10, as it has for years. Hence no need to change it.
> But hey, thanks for taking the time to berate me.
You're the one who came here asking about 15 year old software.
I'm not sure exactly what you expected? It was an unreasonable support request to put it politely. We're hobbyists, you wouldn't even get support for that long on premium paid commercial software. You got the correct answer, that part of the code has changed so much in those 15 years it's unreasonable to expect anybody to know.
Also, I'd be hard pressed to say that version works fine, I can't think of a single thing it runs where the emulation hasn't been massively improved since then, it's worse than the versions people are running on Pis etc. and those are tragic.