Recently I got my '97 computer back! It's a special model that I was looking for, and I have it, hurrah.
Anyways, got it all loaded with my MS-DOS games and such. If anyone needs help setting up Rayman on a real DOS computer (or feeling frisky enough to attempt it), I can provide help to that.
Especially setting up sound stuff... a lot of the DMA/IRQ and addressing can be pretty confusing at first (but you must have either a soundblaster compatible card, or any of the ones listed).
Running Rayman in real DOS has never felt so good...
Ya, I totally agree with you.
As I ran "Rayman" in Windows 98SE, oh what a fun !!
I also tried to run the game in Windows ME, it got worked as well.