Stacker Conversion: Your Computer Is Running Stacker... (111910)
The information in this article applies to:
• Microsoft MS-DOS operating system 6.0
• Microsoft MS-DOS operating system 6.2
This article was previously published under Q111910
When you run the Stacker Conversion utility for MS-DOS 6.0 or 6.2, you may
receive the following error message:
This message occurs when the Stacker Conversion utility detects
DBLSPACE.BIN in memory at the same time as STACKER.COM. The two drivers
should not be in memory at the same time. This problem can occur if
STACKER.COM is loading in the CONFIG.SYS file and the DBLSPACE.INI file is
located in the root directory of the boot drive, causing DBLSPACE.BIN to
remain in memory at startup.
You can prevent DBLSPACE.BIN from loading in memory by renaming the
file DBLSPACE.INI. The steps below outline this procedure.
• Change to the root directory of the boot (uncompressed) drive and
locate the file DBLSPACE.INI.
• Remove the file attributes from the DBLSPACE.INI file by typing
attrib dblspace.ini -s -h -r.
• Rename the file by typing ren dblspace.ini dblspace.inx.
• Restart the computer (with the Stacker driver(s) loading in the
CONFIG.SYS file), and run the Stacker Conversion utility again.
The product Stacker is manufactured by STAC Electronics, a vendor
independent of Microsoft. We make no guarantee, implied or otherwise,
regarding this product's performance or reliability.
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