Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : VGA720X.ZIP
Filename : INSTALL1.BAT

 
Output of file : INSTALL1.BAT contained in archive : VGA720X.ZIP
echo off
cls
echo VGA720X 1.06 Copyright (c) 1992 David Kronenwetter
echo ÿ
if not "%1%" == "" goto skip
type VGA720X.DIZ
echo ÿ
echo This batch file will install the VGA720X screen driver.
echo Press [RETURN] to continue, or CTRL-C TWICE to abort.
echo ÿ
pause > NUL
:skip
if exist %1\DRIVER.SCR goto user
if exist C:\PRODIGY\DRIVER.SCR goto drive_C
if exist D:\PRODIGY\DRIVER.SCR goto drive_D
echo Unable to locate your PRODIGY directory. Please supply
echo the complete path, i.e. INSTALL1 C:\COMM\PRODIGY.
goto end
:user
ren %1\DRIVER.SCR *.OLD > NUL
echo Copying VGA720X.SCR to %1\DRIVER.SCR
copy VGA720X.SCR %1\DRIVER.* > NUL
echo Copying VGA720X.OL0 to %1\VGA720X.OL0
copy *.OL0 %1 > NUL
echo Copying VGA720X.OL1 to %1\VGA720X.OL1
copy *.OL1 %1 > NUL
goto success
:drive_C
ren C:\PRODIGY\DRIVER.SCR *.OLD > NUL
echo Copying VGA720X.SCR to C:\PRODIGY\DRIVER.SCR
copy VGA720X.SCR C:\PRODIGY\DRIVER.* > NUL
echo Copying VGA720X.OL0 to C:\PRODIGY\VGA720X.OL0
copy *.OL0 C:\PRODIGY > NUL
echo Copying VGA720X.OL1 to C:\PRODIGY\VGA720X.OL1
copy *.OL1 C:\PRODIGY > NUL
goto success
:drive_D
ren D:\PRODIGY\DRIVER.SCR *.OLD > NUL
echo Copying VGA720X.SCR to D:\PRODIGY\DRIVER.SCR
copy VGA720X.SCR D:\PRODIGY\DRIVER.* > NUL
echo Copying VGA720X.OL0 to D:\PRODIGY\VGA720X.OL0
copy *.OL0 D:\PRODIGY > NUL
echo Copying VGA720X.OL1 to D:\PRODIGY\VGA720X.OL1
copy *.OL1 D:\PRODIGY > NUL
:success
echo ÿ
echo Installation complete. Your original DRIVER.SCR file
echo has been renamed as DRIVER.OLD. If you ever want to
echo switch back, then type: COPY DRIVER.OLD *.SCR.
:end
echo ÿ


  3 Responses to “Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : VGA720X.ZIP
Filename : INSTALL1.BAT

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

  3. But one thing that puzzles me is the “mtswslnkmcjklsdlsbdmMICROSOFT” string. There is an article about it here. It is definitely worth a read: http://www.os2museum.com/wp/mtswslnk/