Well, I was getting some boxes of stuff back from an old friend of mine, and one happened to contain a load of ancient board and PC games. Among them was my 20+ year-old copy of Sorcerian. I was skeptical of the survival of the floppy diskettes, but I decided to give them a try. Much to my amazement, they work! I was able to copy every file off of the diskettes to my hard drive, as well as create .img files for my own backup. Simply amazing that they'd survive this long, but I suppose that's the benefit of the less-dense 720k 3.5".
Anyway, I immediately downloaded DOSBox, and tried to play. Unfortunately, the game's native installer gave me grief about the hard drive not having enough space. When I try to run the game directly, I'm stuck with crummy EGA graphics and IBM speaker sound. So, I found my way here to SHP, where I discovered the Sorcerian installer. I put it in the directory where all of my files are located, but it keeps asking me to put it in the directory where the original Sorcerian files are located, and won't complete.
Rather than ask for an updated installer (I'm running Win 7 x64), I'd like to just ask how I should configure resource.cfg and DOSBox so as to get the best graphics (VGA) and sound (Sound Blaster/MT32) possible for this game from my childhood.
Thank you all for any help you can provide. Cheers!