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Single pass diskcopy that will use XMS or EMS as a buffer.

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POLYCOPY Version 2.8 - The Ultimate
Replacement for DISKCOPY. An easy to use
program for making single-pass copies of
diskettes, using available RAM, XMS memory
and/or HARD DISK to store a complete "disk
image." Also supports 2FILE compatible
".FLP" and DiskDUP image files which may be
compressed for archival purposes, or
transmitted via modem for remote restoration.
New, TrashGuard RAM Integrity Protection.
QEMM compatible! [Shareware $24.95+P&H]


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P O L Y C O P Y




















POLYCOPY
Copyright (C)1989-1992 Joseph M. Albanese
All rights reserved.











POLYCOPY
With TrashGuard RAM Integrity Protection

The Ultimate Replacement for DISKCOPY

Copyright (C)1989-1992 by Joseph M. Albanese.
All rights reserved.

Distributed by
NEOCOM Microspecialists, Inc.


C O P Y R I G H T N O T I C E

Copyright (C) 1989-1992 Joseph M. Albanese. All rights reserved.
POLYCOPY is a trademark of Joseph M. Albanese.

No part of this manual may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed,
stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language (natural
or computer), in any form or by any means, without the prior written

permission of Joseph M. Albanese.

You are granted a license to use the software described in this manual.
The software may be used or copied only in accordance with the terms of
that license, which is described following this notice.


L I C E N S E A G R E E M E N T (Shareware Release)

The "Shareware Release" of POLYCOPY is fully copyrighted and may not be
sold. However, as with all shareware, it may be copied freely for
evaluation pur- poses. As a POLYCOPY evaluee, you are granted a 14 day
trial period in which to determine its suitability. At the end of the
trial period, if you wish to continue using POLYCOPY, you must register
the software. Refer to the section on REGISTRATION at the end of this
documentation, or to the file called "ORDER.FRM" for more information.


W A R R A N T I E S A N D L I A B I L I T Y

NEOCOM Microspecialists, Inc. Disclaims all warranties relating to this
software, whether express or implied, including but not limited to any
implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular
purpose, and all such warranties are expressly and specifically
disclaimed. Neither NEOCOM Microspecialists, Inc., Joseph M. Albanese
nor anyone else who has been involved in the creation, production, or
delivery of this software shall be liable for any indirect,
consequential, or incidental damages arising out of the use or inability
to use such software even if NEOCOM Microspecialists, Inc. has been
advised of the possibility of such damages or claims. In no event shall
NEOCOM Microspecialists, Inc.'s liability for any damages ever exceed
the price paid for the license to use the software, regardless of the
form of claim. The person using the software bears all risk as to the
quality and performance of the software. Some states do not allow the
exclusion of the limit of liability for consequential or incidental
damages, so the above limitation may not apply to you.

This agreement shall be governed by the laws of the state of Virginia
and shall inure to the benefit of NEOCOM Microspecialists, Inc. and any
successors, administrators, heirs and assigns. Any action or proceeding
brought by either party against the other arising out of or related to
this agreement shall be brought only in the STATE or FEDERAL COURT of
competent jurisdiction located in Henry County, Virginia. The parties
hereby consent to in personam jurisdiction of said courts.


T R A D E M A R K S

Throughout this manual are commercial names of products made by other
manufacturers or developers. Many of these product names are either
registered or unregistered trademarks of their respective manufacturers
or developers. The owners of these trademarks have never expressed any
approval or disapproval of NEOCOM products, nor are they associated with
POLYCOPY, NEOCOM Microspecialists, Inc., or Joseph M. Albanese in any
way.

IBM and OS/2 are registered trademarks of International Business
Machines Corp. MS-DOS is a trademark of Microsoft Corp. 2FILE and
2FLOPPY are Copyright (C)1990 by Ziff Communications Co. COREtape Light
is a trademark of CORE International, Inc. QEMM is a trademark of
Quarterdeck Office Systems. 386MAX is a trademark of Qualitus. Other
products mentioned are trademarks ot their respective companies or
corporations.



I N T R O D U C T I O N


WHAT IS POLYCOPY?

POLYCOPY is an exceptionally easy to use program for making copies of
diskettes with a single pass of the original. This feat is accomplished
by using available RAM, XMS memory and/or HARD DISK space to store a
complete "disk image." POLYCOPY is the ultimate replacement for the DOS
DISKCOPY utility.

NEW: This version supports 2file/2floppy-compatible ".FLP" and
DiskDUP image files which may be compressed for archival
purposes, or transmitted via modem for remote restoration.

POLYCOPY is a highly advanced disk duplicating program which offers many
significant advantages over DISKCOPY. Now, you don't have to have
OS/2TM to benefit from extended memory (EMM driver such as HIMEM or QEMM
required).


FEATURES

* Single-pass diskette copies using available RAM, XMS or hard disk.
* Multiple copies from a single pass of the original diskette.
* Creates and restores from 2FILETM-compatible ".FLP" image files.
* DiskDUP (Copr. (C)1990 R. MacClean) image file restore capability.
* TrashGuardTM RAM integrity protection.
* Full parameter compatibility with DISKCOPY.
* Read-back verify option.
* Extended drive letter support.
* High speed floppy support.
* No setup! Automatic configuration.
* Elapsed time display.
* Automatic format.
* Easy to use. Only one required parameter -- drive letter.
* Supports 360K, 1.2M, 720K and 1.44M floppies.
* Copies even bootable diskettes (like DISKCOPY).


G E T T I N G S T A R T E D

REQUIREMENTS

o IBM or 100% compatible PC (XMS memory support requires 286
or higher)
o DOS 3.x or higher (or equivalent)
o About 200K of free RAM at the DOS prompt
o Hard disk


INSTALLATION

As a practical matter, there is no "INSTALLATION"; however, it is
usually a good idea to put a copy of the program "POLYCOPY.EXE" in a
pathed directory.


NOTES TO DOS 5.0 USERS

POLYCOPY was tested exhaustively under DOS 5.0 and should work well
under practically all circumstances. Again, however, if you experience
problems, remove the "UMB" from your config.sys file to see if it makes
a difference.

IMPORTANT:Diskettes formatted by POLYCOPY under DOS 5.0
cannot be unformatted. This is because POLYCOPY
issues the "/u" parameter to the DOS FORMAT
utility when DOS 5.0 is detected.



U S I N G P O L Y C O P Y


Some of you may be a little confused by all the command line parameters
and syntax show below; however, don't worry, because using POLYCOPY is
exactly like using diskcopy. As a matter of fact, POLYCOPY is much
easier to use than diskcopy in that only one drive letter is required
(when copying from one floppy drive). You don't even have to use a
colon unless you want to. Other shortcuts make POLYCOPY easier still,
but we'll get to that later.

The box below shows the abbreviated syntax, parameters and examples that
are displayed if you attempt to run POLYCOPY from the DOS command line
with no parameters.

USAGE: C>polycopy [src<:>] [tgt<:>] [/i:fspec] [/f] [/x] [/t] [/v] [/r]

EXAMPLES: D>polycopy b: /f
C>polycopy a b
C>polycopy b /ir:d:\temp\disk (default extension = .FLP")
C>polycopy e /is:disk1.flp
C>polycopy /r > prn (prints registration form)

PARMS: "/F" = Format mode "/X" = Disable XMS "/R" = Registration form
"/I" = Image mode; makes POLYCOPY use 2FILE/2FLOPPY((C)1990 Ziff)-
compatible image files (NOTE: "S"=STORE and "R"=RESTORE).
"/T" = Toggles TrashGuard (RAM data integrity test) from default.
"/V" = Verify mode. Reads/compares sectors after writing.
"/R" = Registration form. Use "polycopy /r > prn" to print.
NOTE: "< >" and "[ ]" delimit optional parameters. "|" separates choices.



SIMPLE COPYING

When using POLYCOPY to simply copy diskettes there are two main steps
you must follow:

1. Make your fixed disk drive (or RAM disk) the default. For
example, if drive "C:" is your hard drive, this can be
accomplished by typing "C:" and pressing [ENTER].

NOTE: A temporary file called "DSKIMAGE.}-{" is created (assuming "/i"
is not used) on the default drive during copying. It contains
data that could not fit entirely into RAM. Under normal
circumstances, this file is automatically deleted.


2. Type the program name, "POLYCOPY," followed by a SPACE, then the
drive letter of the floppy drive(s) that will be doing the
copying. For example:

C>polycopy b:
or
C>polycopy a b [note the optional colon]
or
C>polycopy a /f [note: "/f" format parameter]

Once POLYCOPY is off and running it's simply a matter of answering "Y"
or "N" to prompts. Either you continue making copies of the original,
or you answer "N" to stop copying.

YOU CAN MAKE AS MANY COPIES OF THE ORIGINAL DISK AS YOU LIKE, WITHOUT
EVER HAVING TO RE-INSERT THAT DISK.


FORMATTING

When "/f" is NOT specified, POLYCOPY attempts to determine if it should
format the TARGET diskette prior to writing data. Most of the time
that's all you have to worry about; nevertheless, under certain
circumstances POLYCOPY cannot properly determine if a disk should be
formatted. Hence, there are two circumstances wherein you might use the
"/f" parameter:

1. When POLYCOPY has previously been unable to determine if
formatting should be performed.

2. When you want to be sure that all disks are freshly formatted.

When it is necessary to format a diskette, POLYCOPY shells into the DOS
format utility "FORMAT.COM," so it is important that you have it pathed.
For example: "PATH=C:\DOS" in your AUTOEXEC.BAT file.


IMAGE FILES

As previously mentioned, POLYCOPY supports diskette image files. These
are complete, sector-for-sector images of floppies stored as DOS files.
There are many potential uses for image files and, as you will soon
find, they are very easy to use.


Below is a list of a few of the many possible uses for image files:

- When you need to send bootable diskettes via modem to a friend or
colleague in a remote location.

- If you wish to keep images of bootable diskettes (old DOS versions,
for example) on a stand-alone or network hard drive for easy
retrieval.

- Use POLYCOPY's image files to generate multiple, exact copies of
program diskettes. It is often easier to keep track of .flp images
files than master diskettes.

- One well-known company uses POLYCOPY in its quality assurance
department to test the effectiveness of its virus scan software on
image files, which turns out to be much easier and faster to work
with than dozens of individual floppies.

- I personally use POLYCOPY to create images of commercial program
diskettes that I rarely need (diskettes I rarely need -- not
programs) and then save the images to magnetic tape. Then I recycle
the physical diskettes for other purposes.


STREAMING TAPE BACKUP USERS

POLYCOPY image files and the COREtape LightTM are a powerful team when
used together and in conjunction with the DOS device driver "CTLDF.SYS"
to make the tape drive act like a very large (albeit slow) disk drive.
With the tape drive configured in this way, you will find it is a much
more intuitive and maintainable method for storing diskette image files
for archival purposes. In particular, the pseudo-random access and
ability to delete old files without erasing the entire tape make this
method more desirable.

Some other streaming tape systems come with logical DOS device drivers
and work similarly to the COREtape Light. Consult your tape drive
documentation for details on installing the DOS device driver, if one is
supplied.


IMAGE FILES USAGE

Using POLYCOPY to create or restore image files isn't significantly
different from using it to copy diskettes directly. A drive letter is
still required, but only one, since either the SOURCE or TARGET is the
image file itself. The only extra parameter is the filespec of the
image file. By filespec we mean the optional drive letter and path, and
the required filename. POLYCOPY infers automatically whether the drive
letter you specified as a parameter is the SOURCE or TARGET based on
whether the "/i" is followed by an "r" or "s." This does not mean, of
course, that you cannot use a drive letter as an integral part of the
image file path. Quite the contrary. Just don't specify a SOURCE and
TARGET drive letter as parameters in addition to the image file path.
For example:

WRONG ==>C>POLYCOPY a d /is:\TEMP\POLY260<== WRONG
RIGHT ==>C>POLYCOPY a /is:D:\TEMP\POLY260<== RIGHT

Here are a few more examples of POLYCOPY image file usage:

C>POLYCOPY a /is:DOS331 Creates a complete disk image file on
the default drive (presumably C:) of the
floppy in drive A: called "DOS331.FLP."

NOTE: When no extension is specified, "FLP" is the default.

C>POLYCOPY b /ir:STARTER.IMG /f Restores to a floppy in drive B:, after
formatting, from an image file called
"STARTER.IMG" located in the default
directory of the default drive.

C>POLYCOPY a /ir:D:\ARC\DOS5-1 Restores to a floppy in drive A: from an
image file called "DOS5-1.FLP" on drive
"D:" in directory "\ARC."

These are but a fraction of the possible combinations of drives, paths
and parameters that might be used with POLYCOPY; however, it should be
enough to get you off to a good start.
ELAPSED TIME DISPLAY

A great new feature of POLYCOPY is the built-in elapsed time display.
The elapsed time is displayed at the far right of the "percentage..."
line when the process is finished (100%). The format is [XXm YYs],
where "XX" is the number of minutes and "YY" is the number of seconds.

This feature is particularly useful for doing comparisons. For example,
you might want to find out if POLYCOPY works faster for a particular
disk type under QEMM386 than it does for HIMEM and EMM386, or
vice-versa. We have found the differences to be rather profound at
times.

Elapsed time is displayed for both reads and writes. Having the elapsed
time is also useful for estimating the total time required to complete a
duplication job. The possibilities are endless.


MINIMUM ALLOCATION UNIT (MAU)

Some of you may have noticed a new addition to the "EMM Driver Detected"
line in this release. An example is depicted in the box above (4K MAU).
MAU stands for Minimum Allocation Unit and is the smallest block of
memory allocated by the EMM driver when 1K of XMS is requested. This
value is determined by the EMM driver. As a matter of fact, it can be
used to determine which driver is currently installed.

When HIMEM is used, for example, a value of 1K MAU is displayed. Under
QEMM our tests revealed a value of 16K. If you run POLYCOPY from a
Windows' DOS shell you should see a 4K MAU value. If you switch between
EMM drivers frequently you will find this feature convenient for
determining which one currently is active.


USING XMS MEMORY

POLYCOPY automatically checks for the existence of an Extended Memory
Manager (EMM), and will use all available XMS memory (handles
permitting) for copying diskettes. This allows you to take advantage of
memory above 640K for copying diskettes. It also allows you to copy an
entire 1.44Mb diskette completely in RAM on machines with 80286
processors or higher, have sufficient extended memory and have HIMEM.SYS
(or an equivalent XMS driver) installed.


POLYCOPY requires a large number of XMS handles. Most EMM drivers have
a default number of handles less than or equal to 64. POLYCOPY needs a
full 128 handles to be able to copy an entire 80 track diskette in RAM.

It needs one XMS handle for each side-track (160 for an 80 track
diskette), which explains why you still need a certain amount of regular
DOS RAM available to be able to copy an entire 80 track diskette in RAM.
Therefore, in order to take full advantage of your existing extended
memory, you must increase the number of available XMS handles.


=======================================================================
HIMEM
=======================================================================

If you are using HIMEM, add the statement "/NUMHANDLES=128" to the line
in your CONFIG.SYS file that loads HIMEM. For example:

DEVICE=C:\DOS\HIMEM.SYS /NUMHANDLES=128

The key element here is the "/NUMHANDLES=128" portion of the line. This
tells the EMM driver to allow a maximum of 128 handles, rather than the
default which is 32.

NOTE: During testing we experienced fewer problems with HIMEM.SYS
overall than we did with other EMM drivers. Hence, we recommend
that you use HIMEM if at all possible. If you must use another
EMM driver, such as QEMM, please be sure to read the appropriate
section specific to your driver.


=======================================================================
QEMM
=======================================================================

For QEMM users, "HANDLES=128" or "HA=128" will increase the number of
XMS handles. For example:

DEVICE=C:\QEMM\QEMM386.SYS RAM ST:M X=B000-CFFF HA=128

It seems that there is a bug in QEMM386 that causes it to trash bytes of
memory when not properly configured or when advanced features (i.e.
StealthTM) are used on certain machines. We contacted Quarterdeck about
the problem, but we were unable to resolve the problem prior to release.
It is for this reason that we invented TrashGuardTM to protect our users
against garbaged diskettes. For detailed information refer to the
section on TrashGuard.

TrashGuard doesn't correct errors that are caused by buggy EMM drivers;
however, it does make you aware of any that do occur. This is important
because if you know an error has occurred, you can take actions to
correct the underlying problem. Here's a list of steps to try if you
experience TrashGuard or other errors while using POLYCOPY in a QEMM
environment:

* Increase the number of available XMS handles.

* Avoid using the "NOEMS" switch.

* Avoid using Stealth

* Exclude progressively larger areas of memory from QEMM386 until the
problem subsides. Remember to exclude RAM areas using the
"X=????-????" syntax as shown above. Also, you may use as many
"X=" parameters as you like with QEMM386 so you don't necessarily
have to exclude everything.

Refer to the QEMM manuals for much more detailed troubleshooting
information. QEMM is a complex tool and may require a considerable
amount of fiddling to get comfortably installed.
=======================================================================
386MAX
=======================================================================

We don't know a great deal about 386MAX, but one of our users who
switched from QEMM (due to poor tech support) was kind enough to give us
this information. 386MAX users must add:

"XMSHNDL=128"

to the 386MAX.PRO file. If you use 386MAX, I will assume you know what
this means.


=======================================================================
OTHER EMM DRIVERS
=======================================================================

Other extended memory managers should have similar parameters for
increasing the number of available XMS handles since the
(LotuswIntelwMicrosoftwAST) extended memory specification requires it.

PROBLEMS:
In general, if you experience TrashGuard errors during copying you
should try excluding larger and differing areas of memory from your
driver. Every EMM driver we know of has some kind of exclude parameter
for this purpose.


TrashGuard RAM Integrity Protection

As we discussed in previous sections, most EMM drivers can corrupt
memory inadvertently when they are not properly configured for a
particular computer system. By "system" we mean more than simply your
computer. The BIOS and operating system are also parts of the system.
Any of the components of the system can introduce problems which might
ultimately result in unreliable copies. Hence, the RAM integrity
protection system known as TrashGuard.


CRC CHECKING

TrashGuard advances far beyond conventional read/write verification
techniques by performing a 32-bit CRCs (cyclic redundancy checks) on
block or diskette data to insure its integrity while it remains in
memory, and with extreme accuracy. As a matter of fact, TrashGuard can
even catch errors caused by POLYCOPY itself. Not that there would be
any, or course. Actually, TrashGuard was initially designed for testing
purposes for that very reason. As it turned out TrashGuard was good at
detecting all kinds of RAM-based errors.

When POLYCOPY discovers "trashed RAM" it translates the information into
disk SIDE and TRACK numbers that correspond exactly with those displayed
by the DOS DISKCOMP utility. You should rarely -- if ever -- be
required to perform a DISKCOMP when you're using TrashGuard.

What all this simply means, to you as an end-user, is that you can feel
very confident that duplicates made using POLYCOPY are the most reliable
of any XMS sector copier currently available.
WHAT'S THE CATCH?

Truthfully, there is a small price. In some situations it takes
slightly longer to copy a diskette with TrashGuard turned on. Most of
the time it takes about the same time, but we recommend that you
experiment with TrashGuard turned ON and OFF to see if it's faster
turned off. It could be that there is no speed advantage copying 1.44Mb
disks, but that there is a drastic improvement on 720Kb's. To toggle
TrashGuard OFF/ON use the "/t" parameter. If you find that there is no
difference, then you should by all means leave TrashGuard turned on all
the time. What have you got to lose? Nothing!


CAUTION
Prior to disabling TrashGuard make test duplicates of each diskette size
and density supported by your machine. This will insure there are no
EMM driver (or other) problems that might be masked later on. Also, if
you make any modifications to your EMM driver repeat the duplication
testing process with TrashGuard ON.


POLYCOPY normally defaults to TrashGuard being turned ON, but you can
change this using the environment variable "TRASHGUARD". You can do
this in either of two ways:

1. Add the line "SET TRASHGUARD=OFF" to your AUTOEXEC.BAT file.

2. Type "SET TRASHGUARD=OFF" from the DOS command line.

Of course if you choose the command line approach, you'll have to repeat
the process each time you reboot your computer.

With the environment variable set to "OFF" POLYCOPY will default to not
using TrashGuard. Even with the TrashGuard environment variable set to
"OFF" you can still use TrashGuard, simply by using the "/t" parameter.
The nice thing about the "/t" or "/T" parameter is that it "toggles"
TrashGuard. That is, it turns TrashGuard off if it is on or on if it is
off.

In a final note of precaution, don't turn off TrashGuard until you are
positive everything's working correctly. And don't forget to test
POLYCOPY with each type of disk you intend to copy.


CTRL-BREAK HANDLER

POLYCOPY has a robust CTRL-BREAK handler which traps the "Ctrl- Break"
key combination. When a "Ctrl-Break" is detected, POLYCOPY closes all
open files, frees up XMS and regular RAM, erases temporary files and
returns you safely to DOS. It is all right to hit "Ctrl-Break"
virtually anytime during a POLYCOPY session.



S O F T W A R E R E G I S T R A T I O N


WHAT DO I GET BY REGISTERING?

For one thing, a clear conscience. People like me work very hard on
programs like this. We do so under the assumption that if people like
our programs they will (should, and hopefully will) register.

In addition to the wonderful feeling you will enjoy, knowing that you
are helping to perpetuate the shareware concept, as a registered user of
POLYCOPY you will also gain the following:


o Latest version of POLYCOPY

o Professionally printed instruction booklet complete with index and
table of contents.

o Notification of new releases

o Low cost upgrades

o Technical support

o FREE bulletin board access

o FREE BONUS #1: VOLSER - A complimentary copy of the latest version
of VOLSER(tm), the volume serial number utility. VOLSER is a
companion program to POLYCOPY which allows you to "add", "view"
and/or "change" DOS 4.xx and 5.xx serial numbers. Uses for VOLSER
include: serializing floppy diskettes, serial number coding hard
drives (theft protection). You can even view and enter disk serial
numbers in DECIMAL as well as HEXIDECIMAL format. For serializing
large quantities of disks, VOLSER has automatic increment,
decrement and duplicating of serial numbers.

o FREE BONUS #2: LED - A complimentary copy of the latest version of
the world's greatest "All but" delete utility. It's the converse
of the DOS "DEL" command. LED deletes all files in the target
directory EXCEPT those you specify on the command line. It's
completely command line compatible with DEL. You can even LED
accross drives and direct- ories! This is a great utility,
particularly if you do alot of archiving and un-archiving. If you
like DELBUT, you'll love LED!


As a registered user of POLYCOPY you will also be notified of other
NEOCOM products, as they become available.


========================= ORDER/REGISTRATION FORM ============================
Send this completed form and registration fees to:
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Indicate method of payment (payable to NEOCOM Microspecialists, Inc.):
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NOTE: With site licenses postage and handling are waved; however,
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Company: ___________________________ Your Name: __________________________

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Preferred media (check one): [ ] 3 diskette [ ] 5 diskette
Computer: [ ] PC/XT or compatible [ ] AT Class [ ] 80386 [ ] 80486
EMM Driver: [ ] HIMEM [ ] QEMM386 [ ] 386MAX [ ] Other ___________

DOS or other operating system brand/version: _______________________________

How and where did you find out about POLYCOPY? ____________________________

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