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Contents of the DOS5MSGS.TXT file


Microsoft MS-DOS Version 5.0 Messages Reference


Instructions:
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This document contains an alphabetical listing of the Microsoft(R) MS-DOS(R)
version 5.0 messages and their descriptions. For other software messages,
such as network or application program messages, refer to the documentation
for your particular program.

If you cannot find an MS-DOS message in this reference, check in the
beginning of the reference. The message may begin with a replaceable
parameter. A replaceable parameter is a place holder that is identified
by a word enclosed in angle brackets < >. For example, in this reference,
you may see the message " searched, subdirectories
found." On your screen, you would see the bracketed words "number"
replaced by a number. The same thing is true for a drive letter, filename,
command, directory, utility, and so forth.


What you see in this reference What you see on your screen
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