Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Archive   : FDFORM18.ZIP
Filename : README.1ST

 
Output of file : README.1ST contained in archive : FDFORM18.ZIP
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The following files should be included in the archive:

AUXDOS.PAS - Supplemental DOS Routines in TP 6.0
AUXDOS.TPU - Compiled Unit of AUXDOS.PAS
BASECONV.PAS - Number Base Conversion in TP 6.0
BASECONV.TPU - Compiled Unit of BASECONV.PAS
CPUTEST.ASM - Test for the CPU-Type in Assembler
DESQVIEW.PAS - Desqview aware routines
DESQVIEW.TPU - Compiled Unit of DESQVIEW.PAS
DISKIO.PAS - low-level disk I/O routines in TP 6.0
DISKIO.TPU - Compiled Unit of DISKIO.PAS
FDBOOT.001 - TP 6.0 readable File of FDBOOT.SYS in English
FDBOOT.049 - TP 6.0 readable File of FDBOOT.SYS in German
FDBOOT.ASM - Source of FDBOOT
FDBOOT.SYS - Binary File of FDBOOT
FDFORMAT.DOC - Documentation of FDFORMAT
FDFORMAT.EXE - Executable FDFORMAT in English
FDFORMAT.NEW - What's new
FDFORMAT.PAS - TP 6.0 source of FDFORMAT
FDR88.EXE - XT version of TSR-disk-driver
FDREAD.ASM - Source of FDREAD/FDR88
FDREAD.EXE - AT version of TSR-disk-driver
GERMAN/FDFORMAT.EXE - Executable FDFORMAT in German
GETBOOT.EXE - Make FDBOOT.001/049 from FDBOOT.SYS
GETBOOT.PAS - Source in TP 6.0 of GETBOOT
MAKEFILE - Makefile for FDFORMAT
READBOOT.EXE - Read/Write Boot-Sector from/to file
READBOOT.PAS - Source in TP 6.0 of READBOOT
README.1ST - This file
WIMAGE.EXE - Diskcopies to/from file
WIMAGE.PAS - Source of WIMAGE in TP 6.0


  3 Responses to “Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Archive   : FDFORM18.ZIP
Filename : README.1ST

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

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