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Interesting msg about DESQView switches!.
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The following list of command line switches have been reported through the
DesqView Echo Conference:


Msg #: 2957 Security: 0
From: RALF BROWN Sent: 03-11-89 07:23
To: DEAN LACHAN Rcvd: -NO-
Re: DV COMMAND LINE SWITCHES.

This is what I've been able to figure out by looking at the executable:

DESQview switches, documented and otherwise:

Switches may be given with either two-letter abbreviation
or with the full name.

/NS NOSETUP 2.00 2.01 2.22
/OK OLDKEYBOARD 2.00 2.01 2.22
/EE GENERICEEM 2.01 2.22
/RP RAMPAGE 2.01 2.22
/DT DOSTERM 2.00 2.01 2.22
/OP OVERLAPPREFIXES 2.00 2.01 2.22
/RR ROUNDROBIN 2.00 2.01 2.22
/LD LOCKOUTDISK 2.00 2.01 2.22
/FB FIRSTBANK 2.01 2.22
/FO FIRSTORIGINAL 2.01 2.22
/SB SECONDBANK 2.01 2.22
/SO SECONDORIGINAL 2.01 2.22
/DI DOSIDLE 2.01
/I2 IRQ2 2.01
/I3 IRQ3 2.01
/I4 IRQ4 2.01
/I5 IRQ5 2.01
/IC IRQC 2.01
/71 GRAB71 2.01
/NI NOIDLE 2.22
/NR NORESET 2.22
/HW HWINT 2.22
/CV CODEVIEW 2.22
/U4 SWAPUSINGEMM4 2.22
/UX UNPROTECTEXTENDED 2.22
/PO PROTECTOPEN 2.22


/U4 is immediately (no blanks) followed by "=Y" or "=N"
/FB, /FO, /SB, and /SO are immediately followed by a colon
or an equal sign and 1 to 4 hex digits
/HW is immediately followed by a colon or an equal sign,
1 to 4 hex digits, another colon or equal sign, and "L",
"D", "F", "0", "M", or "U"


XDV.COM v2.22 commandline options
/X EXCLUDE don't use a specific block when
loading DV into high memory?
/F FILE load DV from specified file
/F=d:\path\DV.EXE
/L LIST list the memory areas used


-- Opus-CBCS 1.10.vi
* Origin: The Second Opinion *HST* Pgh, PA (412) 826-0822 (1:129/31.0)


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