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Quick file and diskette copier for DOS.

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QCOPY v5.1 Powerful and fast floppy disk
duplication and format utility. Make multi-
copies, store floppies on hard drive. Fast:
it only reads the used disk data. True for-
mat conversion between different disk media
Defragments target disks. Supports standard
DOS (incl. 2.8 ED), special formats includ-
ing MS-DMF and external simulated drives.



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QCOPY v5.1 Powerful and fast floppy disk
duplication and format utility. Make multi-
copies, store floppies on hard drive. Fast:
it only reads the used disk data. True for-
mat conversion between different disk media
Defragments target disks. Supports standard
DOS (incl. 2.8 ED), special formats includ-
ing MS-DMF and external simulated drives.


Notice to users upgrading from version 4.0
==========================================

QCopy v5.1 is the first upgrade to the English version since the
release of version 4.0.

We strongly recommend that you delete all the old QCopy files from
version 4.0 and install version 5.1 from anew, since most of the new
files have the same names as those of the previous version. Should
you wish to experiment with v5.1 before erasing v4.0, then you MUST
install the new version 5.1 in a separate directory.

When you first run QCopy, the program looks at your system, the main
menu setup and generates the file QCOPY.CFG. Every time you exit
QCOPY, this file is updated, which is how the program remembers what
your last settings were. The file QCOPY.CFG may not indicate the
correct settings for QCopy if, for example, you have just made a
major systems change or upgrade (e.g. added more memory, compressed
your hard drive, made certain changes in your CONFIG.SYS....). If
QCopy used to work, but doesn't now, then there is a good reason to
suspect that QCOPY.CFG is no longer valid. This could also happen
if you tried to upgrade the newer version into the same directory as
the older. Again, the simplest solution is to erase all the QCopy
files and re-install QCopy.


Version and revision history
============================

Version 5.1
-----------
Revision 0 September 23, 1995 First released


Version 4.0
-----------
Revision 0 August 01, 1992
Revision A September 14, 1992 Correction to translation of Boot
error message. New drivers.




Contents of the README.1ST file


QCOPY v5.1 Powerful and fast floppy disk
duplication and format utility. Make multi-
copies, store floppies on hard drive. Fast:
it only reads the used disk data. True for-
mat conversion between different disk media
Defragments target disks. Supports standard
DOS (incl. 2.8 ED), special formats includ-
ing MS-DMF and external simulated drives.


Notice to users upgrading from version 4.0
==========================================

QCopy v5.1 is the first upgrade to the English version since the
release of version 4.0.

We strongly recommend that you delete all the old QCopy files from
version 4.0 and install version 5.1 from anew, since most of the new
files have the same names as those of the previous version. Should
you wish to experiment with v5.1 before erasing v4.0, then you MUST
install the new version 5.1 in a separate directory.

When you first run QCopy, the program looks at your system, the main
menu setup and generates the file QCOPY.CFG. Every time you exit
QCOPY, this file is updated, which is how the program remembers what
your last settings were. The file QCOPY.CFG may not indicate the
correct settings for QCopy if, for example, you have just made a
major systems change or upgrade (e.g. added more memory, compressed
your hard drive, made certain changes in your CONFIG.SYS....). If
QCopy used to work, but doesn't now, then there is a good reason to
suspect that QCOPY.CFG is no longer valid. This could also happen
if you tried to upgrade the newer version into the same directory as
the older. Again, the simplest solution is to erase all the QCopy
files and re-install QCopy.


Version and revision history
============================

Version 5.1
-----------
Revision 0 September 23, 1995 First released


Version 4.0
-----------
Revision 0 August 01, 1992
Revision A September 14, 1992 Correction to translation of Boot
error message. New drivers.


Installing QCopy v5.1
=====================

QCopy must be run from a hard drive. The file QCOPY.EXE also
contains the installation program and if run from the floppy
will automatically install QCopy. To install QCopy, place
diskette in drive and type:

A:QCOPY (or B:QCOPY if using drive B:)

A list box will appear. Specify the drive and directory name
you wish QCopy to be installed and click OK.


Upgrading to version 5.1
========================

Please refer to the file README.TXT on this diskette.


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