MS-DOS 6.2 DBLSPACE.INF File (105606)
The information in this article applies to:
• Microsoft MS-DOS operating system 6.2
This article was previously published under Q105606
This article contains a complete listing of the MS-DOS 6.2
; Microsoft DoubleSpace Setup Information File
; This file customizes the behavior of DoubleSpace when it is compressing
; existing drives or creating new drives.
; Commands under [SpecialFiles] indicate actions to be taken for specific
; files; the options are COPY=filename, IGNORE=filename, and
; MOVE=filename. Without a path, any file of that name will match;
; wildcards (?, *) are acceptable.
; Specified file(s) are copied to compresed drive, and left behind on
; the uncompressed drive.
; Specified file(s) are left behind on the uncompressed drive.
; Specified file(s) are moved to the compressed drive. This is the
; default behavior for all files, except those with the SYSTEM
; The following two exceptions are for Microsoft Chart, French version:
; The following two exceptions are for Microsoft Multiplan, French
; The following two exceptions are for Microsoft Word, French version:
; The following exception is for Norton Anti-Virus:
; The next two are for drivers required to access the hard disk, whose
; absence could cause data loss [rather than refused access]
; if they were not loaded during recovery from an unexpected reboot
; while compressing a drive.
; Programs under [CopyFiles] are optional utilities that will be left on
; the original boot drive if there is enough space.
; Programs under [dangerous] will be REM'ed out of config.sys during
; DoubleSpace Setup, and will be restored when Setup is complete.
; Programs under [prior] will have DEVICEHIGH=DBLSPACE.SYS placed -
; before- them in config.sys. This is done to avoid memory
; incompatibilities. Note that it is okay to have multiple DBLSPACE.SYS
; lines in config.sys; any redundant loads are ignored.
; [Fragments] accepts two lines: Initial=#### and Addition=#### .
; Initial is the number of fragments which will be allowed during SETUP
; Addition is the number of fragments we allow, above that which is
; currently in use, at all other times with DoubleSpace.
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