Download VMWare first, should have help files to run it and it will tell you supported os and versions, I would help ya out more on this but haven't used it in a LONG time, and only for one particular game (for memory reasons). I was wanting to play some of the old Ultima games on XP, and worked fine
Just keep in mind you'll have to brush up on managing VMM (memory management) and manipulating the DOS environement again. Don't know about the rest, but I remember ALOT about DOS and the advanced stuff. Probably from configuring alot of routers and such that, to me, remind me of a Dos environment... however, I haven't configured auto and config stuff in a very long time. So EMM and other memory configs may be a pain. Like I said, it'll be JUST like you have Dos. No windows management of memory and resources, you'll have to manually enter info for cards (like the IRQ and other resources, like DMA channels). God, have I gotten so lazy??