Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Archive   : HIVID203.ZIP
Filename : DESCRIBE.DOC

 
Output of file : DESCRIBE.DOC contained in archive : HIVID203.ZIP
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION HiVIDEO (tm) DESCRIBE.DOC
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PRODUCT : HiVIDEO - DOS Memory Expander
VERSION : V2.03
DATE : May 1993
CATEGORY : DOS system utility (TSR)
PLATFORM : IBM PC, DOS 3.0 or greater
REQUIRES : VGA or EGA display adapter with min 256k
640k conventional DOS memory
APPROX. SIZE : 15k (compressed)
REGISTRATION : US$ 15.- plus $5.- for shipping/handling
PAYMENT METHODS:
MC/Visa/AmEx/JCB, cash, postal money order, eurocheque

REGISTERED VERSION:
Diskette with latest version without registration reminder,
printed manual, six month free support, upgrade notification

BBS FILENAME : HIVID.* or HIVID203.* (e.g.: HIVID203.ZIP)
CIS FILENAME : HIVID.ZIP
CIS LIBRARY : CIS:IBMSYS Lib 3 (General Utils)
CIS CONTACT ID : Chris Sitte 73030,1070
KEYWORDS : HIVIDEO VGA EGA VIDEO RAM MEMORY ASP SHAREWARE

ONE LINE DESCRIPTION:
DOS Memory Expander for VGA/EGA systems

LONG DESCRIPTION:
HiVIDEO uses the unused graphics memory of the VGA/EGA display
adapter in text mode to expand the conventional DOS memory by
96kB. The graphics modes are disabled if the conventional
memory is expanded in this way. The expansion can be switched
on and off dynamically from the command line.

AUTHOR:
Christian Sitte, C.Sitte Softwaretechnik
Postfach 42, A-5025 Salzburg, AUSTRIA
ASP author member (Association of Shareware Professionals)

ELECTRONIC MAIL:
CompuServe: Chris Sitte 73030,1070
Internet : [email protected]

OTHER PRODUCTS:
HiMOVE (tm) - Upper Memory Manager for NEAT PC's
WDiff (tm) - File difference utility for Windows


  3 Responses to “Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Archive   : HIVID203.ZIP
Filename : DESCRIBE.DOC

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