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It's a management decision. Your management should be in a position to determine how much money they are making by supporting Windows 3.11. If they have any brains they will realise that customers who complain if you don't support them for free don't actually make you money. You can support them by telling them what the cost of supporting an old version is. ...


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I think this is more of an issue about getting virtualbox or vmware to provide access to the hosts serial port than it is about virtualization OS or even the guest OS. I would start with a host system running a modern OS (win 7/8/10 or Linux distro) with a USB to serial port adapter that is based on a real rs-232 implementation, such as the prolific pl2303. ...


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drivers for some of the custom hardware belonging to the solution are not compatible with later Windows This is the crux of the matter. You can recompile your legacy C program with a newer Visual Studio, fix up all the compiler warnings and errors, and generally turn an old system into an identical one that runs on Windows 7 (or later if you must) but ...



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