Unable to LOADHIGH Correctly After NET5.COM Loaded (73034)
The information in this article applies to:
• Microsoft MS-DOS operating system 5.0
This article was previously published under Q73034
On a Novell network, you may have difficulty loading device drivers
high after running NET5.COM. Drivers loaded after NET5 may exhibit two
• The driver loads in conventional memory.
• The driver name is missing, contains only hyphens, or has a nonsense
name when viewed using the "MEM /C | MORE" command.
NET5.COM is a redirector provided by Novell to update network
operations for MS-DOS version 5.0. It is loaded in the AUTOEXEC.BAT
file. After NET5 is loaded, LOADHIGH statements do not operate
properly. Loading NET5 high or low doesn't make a difference.
Currently the only workaround is to load all desired programs high
BEFORE running NET5.
The above mentioned problem would occur if Doskey or Mouse were loaded
after NET5.COM regardless of NET5 loading high or low.
NET5.COM is a redirector provided by Novell for use with MS-DOS 5.0;
Net5 was not developed by Microsoft.
The products included here are manufactured by vendors independent
of Microsoft; we make no warranty, implied or otherwise, regarding
these products' performance or reliability.
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