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    Regular Member Islam's Avatar
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    DOS command

    Is there is a site for DOS I can refresh my mind with the older command I used to use in DOS?

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    Right Here buddy.

    If you want an offline version of that, with an installer so you can access it anytime, let me know and I'll give you a link. Bob Watson gave me permission to makeup an installer for his Dos help files.

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    Regular Member Islam's Avatar
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    Yea what is the offline link

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    Here ya go Islam. Once it's installed, it will be in your 'Start' menu like any other install. Named: Dos7Help

    Dos7Help

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    ON the Windows 95 and 98 CD you can use help.exe. It lists all the the MS-DOS 6.22 commands and their functions.

    You can copy it within your path and use it for a reference when your DOS hacking

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    Nice link Norm, I downloaded the executable should come in handy. Like Stef said you can copy Help.hlp, Help.com, Qbasic.exe and Qbasic.hlp from the Tools\Oldmsdos folder on the 95/98 CD to C:\windows\command. This will give you the old msdos help function at the dos prompt.
    I don't know the same things you don't know.

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