Category : File Managers
Archive   : EASY.ZIP
Filename : INFO.MHH

 
Output of file : INFO.MHH contained in archive : EASY.ZIP
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AutoExec.BAT Config.SYS Help 1-AutoExec.NEW 2-Config.NEW Reboot

CONFIG.SYS - CONFIGure Operating SYStem file.
AUTOEXEC.BAT - AUTOmatic EXECution batch file.
Help=Off displays AUTOEXEC.BAT.

SYSTEM - Number and type of PORTS, system memory, disk
devices & capacity, etc.


AUTOEXEC.BAT: Commands to run at boot-up.

CONFIG.SYS : Assign memory for DISK ACCESS.
Assign memory for DEVICE DRIVERS.

EasyMenu (tm) can re-boot your system from a menu. See manual.

Default Min Max Norm
DISK ACCESS BUFFERS = 2 1 99 20
FILES = 8 5 99 20

Each file over 8 costs 39 bytes of memory. FILES=20 costs .5 K
Each buffer over 2 costs 528 bytes. BUFFERS=20 costs 9.5 K

Screen, Keyboard, Printer, Aux, & Error = 5 FILES already!

SYSTEM PERFORMANCE

Programs will run slow if BUFFERS is too low or too high.
Try 10 to 20 to start.

FILES range from 15 to 40 for most software.

DEVICE = ANSI.SYS Screen enhancer | Sample CONFIG.SYS |
DEVICE = LDP1000.VAL Video disk player |-----------------------|
DEVICE = MDISK.DVD Ram disk | FILES = 20 |
DEVICE = MOUSE.SYS Mouse driver | BUFFERS = 20 |
DEVICE = SPOOL.DEV Print Spooler | DEVICE = ANSI.SYS |
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After editting CONFIG.SYS, re-boot to effect changes.
Device Drivers are files on disk.


  3 Responses to “Category : File Managers
Archive   : EASY.ZIP
Filename : INFO.MHH

  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.

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