Like I said, you'll need to install a copy of Windows in a virtual C: drive and mount the CD-ROM as your D: drive. If you've read the Basic Tutorial, you're half way there. The Advanced DOSBox Tutorial
explains how to install Windows 3.1 in DOSBox.
I know this may seem like a lot of work, but installing a real copy of Windows 3.1/95 in an emulator or virtualization environment -- DOSBox, Bochs, QEMU, Virtual PC or VMWare -- is probably the only way you're going to get this game working. Once you've done this, you'll be able to play any Windows 3.1 game you want! There are over 50 on this site alone, so think of it as an investment in being able to play dozens, maybe hundreds of games that you otherwise couldn't.
The advantage to using DOSBox, as opposed to the other programs I mentioned, is that DOSBox was designed specifically for playing DOS games, so learning DOSBox opens the world of DOS and
Windows to you.
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