Setver /? [Drive: Path] Refers to SETVER, Not Executable (74046)
The information in this article applies to:
• Microsoft MS-DOS operating system 5.0
• Microsoft MS-DOS operating system 5.0a
• Microsoft MS-DOS operating system 6.0
• Microsoft MS-DOS operating system 6.2
• Microsoft MS-DOS operating system 6.21
• Microsoft MS-DOS operating system 6.22
This article was previously published under Q74046
The syntax for the SETVER command is as follows:
setver [drive:path] filename version
Where [drive:path] refers to the drive and the path of SETVER, not the
filename that will follow it. When using the SETVER /? help menu, this
syntax is not at first apparent. The following example adds the file
setver c:\dos c:\program.exe 4.01
SETVER may return the error:
Typing setver /?
at the DOS prompt will
give the following help screen:
Sets the version number that MS-DOS reports to a program.
version table: SETVER [drive:path]
Add entry: SETVER [drive:path] filename n.nn
Delete entry: SETVER [drive:path] filename /DELETE [/QUIET]
[drive:path] Specifies location of the SETVER.EXE file.
filename Specifies the filename of the program.
n.nn Specifies the MS-DOS version to be reported to the
/DELETE or /D Deletes the version-table entry for the specified
/QUIET Hides the message typically displayed during
deletion of version-table entry.
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