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Park any hard disk (it says) C: and/or D:.
File PKANYD.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
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Park any hard disk (it says) C: and/or D:.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
PARK.DOC 2363 1197 deflated
PARK.EXE 7403 4691 deflated
TPCREAD.ME 199 165 deflated

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Contents of the PARK.DOC file


DONATIONS:
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This is Shareware software. If you try this program, decide you like it
then please support shareware and pay the requested registration fees.

You are expected to make copies of this program for distribution to your
friends and associates. You may not sell this software in ANY way!

The registration fee is $5.00, payable to me after you try this program
and decide it deserves a place on your hard disk. If you do this you
will be known as an honest human being great and few among the
multitudes of human kind! So don't delay and do it today! Send your
$5.00 to..............

MiCom Business Systems Have MSC 5.0, MASM 5.0, QB 4.0,
David Scheall Turbo Basic and C 1.0, Pascal 4.0,
6918 Alabama Avenue DB III, Micro Focus COBOL Compilers.
Canoga Park, CA. 91303 Will Travel! We speak LOTUS also!

Be sure to mention which MiCom product and version you are registering.
If you dont pay the fee then drop me an Email line for suggestions
on improvements and your comments.

GEnie send mail to D.SCHEALL and on CompuServe to 71360,2662.


DESCRIPTION:
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PARK.EXE will park the heads on drive C: and if you have it, drive D:.
This program will work on any hard disk! First the program determines
the number of heads, cyls, and sectors and then issues an absolute
seek to the last track on your hard disk. Since data is written
starting at track 0, the last track is least likely to contain anything
important.


USAGE:
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PARK



TIPS:
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Park should be in a directory that is part of the PATH environment.
You should always park your hard disk before turning off your computer.
On older model disk drives, the heads remain where ever they were
last positioned.

Check your hard disk user guide to see if your drive has an automatic
park feature at power down. If so you would use this program as an extra
measure of security against data loss during extended computer use when
the hard disk will not be used for long periods.

Thank you for trying this software! If you have problems implementing
program, call and you'll find the best customer support you have ever
seen.

Well take care and use this program in good health.

David Scheall
MiCom Business Systems, ASP
November 1987


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