Category : Unprotects for Games and Such
Archive   : UNPROT2.ZIP
Filename : MYM15.UNP

 
Output of file : MYM15.UNP contained in archive : UNPROT2.ZIP
Those people who have Andrew Tobias' MANAGING YOUR MONEY and a
Hard Disk find it very inconvenient to put Disk 1 in Drive A
to start up MYM. Below is an update to MYM Version 1.5 for
people with Hard Disks to bypass this problem. If you have
only floppy disks drives, this procedure won't help much.

First, make sure you run INSTALL and specify MYM is to be run
using a Hard Disk.

Second, make a copy of MYM.EXE using the following DOS command
making sure that MYM.EXE is on your Hard Disk:
COPY MYM.EXE MYM.PGM /V

Third, run DEBUG against MYM.PGM as follows with your input to
DEBUG shown by the arrow "-->" :

--> C>debug mym.pgm
--> -d 4709 470d
XXXX:4709 B8 01 02 CD 13
--> -d 4744 4745
XXXX:4744 75 CF
--> -d efd0 efdf
XXXX:EFD0 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00-00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
--> -r cx
CX EFD0
--> :

If the above 4 displays do not show the same output, you are
probability at a different level of MYM and will have to figure
out a corresponding update using data from above and below.

--> -a 4709
--> XXXX:4709 jmp efd0
--> XXXX:470C xor ax,ax
--> XXXX:470E
--> -a 4744
--> XXXX:4744 nop
--> XXXX:4745 nop
--> XXXX:4746
--> -a efd0
--> XXXX:EFD0 push bx
--> XXXX:EFD1 mov ax,1453
--> XXXX:EFD4 mov [bx],al
--> XXXX:EFD6 inc bx
--> XXXX:EFD7 dec ah
--> XXXX:EFD9 jnz efd4
--> XXXX:EFDB pop bx
--> XXXX:EFDC jmp 470c
--> XXXX:EFDF
--> -r cx
CX EFD0
--> :efe0
--> -w
Writing EFE0 bytes
--> -q
C>

Finally, rename MYM.EXE to MYM.BAK . Then rename MYM.PGM to
MYM.EXE . MYM.BAK is now your unmodified, original MYM program.
Save it incase the new version does not work. Your should no
longer need to put Disk 1 in Drive A again.

NOTE: if you run the updated version of MYM.EXE from a floppy
disk, you will be prompted to put Disk 1,2 or 3 in other drives.
This new version must be installed using INSTALL specifying a
Hard Disk and must executed from a Hard Disk to work.


  3 Responses to “Category : Unprotects for Games and Such
Archive   : UNPROT2.ZIP
Filename : MYM15.UNP

  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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