CBOOT - Controlled Chaos Rebooter.
This is Version 2.0 April 16, 1987 and it is the first
new version of CBOOT in 2 years.
The program is re-written to work correctly with Clone
BIOSs and DOS 3.x. The problem with releasing memory can
be overcome by exitting through DOS function 4C.
Interrupts can be restored to the state they were in when
CBOOT was loaded, allowing disgraceful exits from a great
variety of very nasty programs.
CBOOT allows you to exit or reboot from within any program.
It is useful for debugging badly behaved programs or exitting
from programs which disable Ctrl-Break or the Ctrl-Alt-Del
keys. CBOOT takes up about 2500 bytes of memory.
Contents - CBOOT.COM
Keith P. Graham