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F-Prot Anti-Virus BootDisk 3.12 Click to Download!
Description:
Bootable anti-virus disk.
ReadNTFS Boot Disk Click to Download!
Description:
Allows users to read NTFS Partitions from MSDOS
CDinDOS Click to Download!
Description:
Universal CDROM Setup
CDROMSys Click to Download!
Description:
Collection of 5 Standard Drivers
CD Speed .7 Click to Download!
Description:
CDROM Speed Determinator
CleanUp! version 3.0 Click to Download!
Description:
CleanUp! is a powerful and easy-to-use application that removes temporary files created while surfing the web, empties the Recycle Bin, deletes files from your temporary folders and more. CleanUp! frees disk space and reduces the "clutter" on your computer helping it to run more efficiently. It also can be used as a way to protect your privacy on the Internet. You can even instruct CleanUp! to securely delete files making it impossible to retrieve their contents using lower-level disk tools - just another way of protecting your privacy.
CMOS Password Recovery ver 1.1 Click to Download!
Description:
With CmosPwd, you can backup, restore and kill cmos. Works with the following BIOSes - ACER/IBM BIOS - AMI BIOS - AMI WinBIOS 2.5 - Award 4.5x/4.6x/6.0 - Compaq (1992) - Compaq (New version) - IBM (PS/2, Activa, Thinkpad) - Packard Bell - Phoenix 1.00.09.AC0 (1994), a486 1.03, 1.04, 1.10 A03, 4.05 rev 1.02.943, 4.06 rev 1.13.1107 - Phoenix 4 release 6 (User) - Gateway Solo-Phoenix 4.0 release 6 - Toshiba - Zenith AMI AWARD 4.50 has a backdoor, a generic password : AWARD_SW (d8on for one of the short version) SOYO motherboard have "SY_MB" as master password for Award 4.51.
KeyDisk for Toshiba Computers Click to Download!
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Allows users to bypass Toshiba CMOS Passwords.
AMI MB ID 1.1 Click to Download!
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May Identify Your AMI BIOS Mboard
CTBIOS 1.5 Click to Download!
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May Identify Your MBoard Maker
CTPCI Click to Download!
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Utility that should Identify Your PCI Cards
DIAG Click to Download!
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Get Windows Product Key [Serial #] In DOS, More
LIST 9.5C Universal File Viewer/Manager Click to Download!
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Universal File Viewer/Manager
XXCopy 2.8 Universal File Viewer/Manager Click to Download!
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Universal File Viewer/Manager
YAHE 2.06 HEX Editor Click to Download!
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HEX Editor
Floppy Maker 1.1 Click to Download!
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Floppy Maker
Rawrite (for .bin Files) Click to Download!
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(for .bin Files
CTBIOS Identification Utility Click to Download!
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This program analyses your motherboard and will give you the make and model - Developers Homepage: http://www.biosworld.com/ctbios.htm
DIMM ID 1.3 Click to Download!
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Reports Mfr., Size, Type and Speed
DocMem 2.0 Click to Download!
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RAM Tester
Mouse Installation Utility Click to Download!
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Mouse Installation Utility
PKZIP 2.04g Click to Download!
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Compression/Decompression DOS Utility
NTFS Driver (ver. March 25, 2002) Click to Download!
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You can access in read/write mode to your NTFS partition files from MSDOS and you can change NT administrator password. It works for NT 3.5 and NT 4. Support for >8Gb hard disk. To protect your system against this tools, you only have to forbid floppy disk boot.
AEFDisk 1.8 Click to Download!
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Get Rid of NT, Linux, and other Partitions
DELPart Click to Download!
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Another Partition Deleter with GUI
FPsys 1.3 Click to Download!
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Recover Data From Lost Partitions
Masterbooter+EFDisk 3.2 Click to Download!
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Boot Manger and Partitioner
Ranish 2.40 Click to Download!
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Partition Manager
SavePart v 2.40 Click to Download!
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With this program you could save all data of a partition into a file then save this file (on a CD by example). Then if something goes wrong with this partition and need install of all software back, you can restore the saved partition. So with such a program you do not need to install all software: you have just to restore the file that contains the saving of this partition and then update software you install/uninstall/modify since creation of this file.
CleanSlate 1.0 Click to Download!
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Partition/MBR Backup/Cleaner Tool
Zeleps 1.3.4 Click to Download!
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Partition Manager
StarPW Revealer Click to Download!
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StarPW Revealer is a simple tool to reveal password in a Windows dialog box (not browser) that are masked by ******. To use it simply run the standalone program and drag the icon over the password area to contains the masked entry.
StarPW Revealer Click to Download!
Description:
StarPW Revealer is a simple tool to reveal password in a Windows dialog box (not browser) that are masked by ******. To use it simply run the standalone program and drag the icon over the password area to contains the masked entry.
Unknown Name. Click to Download!
Description:
Most applications allow you to store their passwords, such as the password of your dial-in ISP, the password of your email client or FTP tool. Once the password is stored, it is hidden under a row of ***** asterisks and can not be read by you again, e. g. in the case you forget your password. Now, this nifty utility allows you to read any of your passwords that are covered by the asterisks by simply dragging the 007 special cursor over such a password field. Once the 007 cursor is on top of a "*****" password field, the "007 Password Recovery" utility displays the password instantly on its screen .
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How do I get additional memory?

The following will help allow your computer to load programs into memory more efficiently allowing you to have more memory for MS-DOS programs / games.

Ensure you have the following lines at the beginning of your config.sys file.

DEVICE=C:\WINDOWS\HIMEM.SYS
DOS=HIGH,UMB
DEVICE=C:\WINDOWS\EMM386.EXE NOEMS

By placing the DOS=HIGH,UMB on the second line this can in some cases save memory because it is loading DOS into upper memory before loading the memory manager. Additionally the first and third line cannot be loaded into high memory because these lines are the memory managers.

Load all your devices in your config.sys and autoexec.bat into high memory.

How can I comment lines in batch or system files?
Remarking lines within the autoexec.bat or the config.sys allows you to temporarily or permanently prevent a line from loading each time you boot the computer. The method most commonly used is placing "REM " in front of the file you wish to skip.

REM PATH=C:\WINDOWS

If you are encountering issues with a line in the autoexec.bat it is highly recommended that you remark the line instead of removing it. This will prevent issues from arising if the line needs to be placed back into the appropriate file.

 
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