MS-DOS does not have Registry and it got its configuration data from Config.sys
The file you need is Config.sys
(ignore the others).
Device drivers or memory-resident programs loaded by Autoexec.bat or Config.sys
must be loaded in other ways.
The program lets you manage all of your computer's startup information, including autoexec.bat, config.sys
, your startup folder, and the Run and RunServices entries in your registry.
The actual files backed up are Windows system registry and settings, Windows default user registry and settings, Windows logged in user registry and settings, Win.ini, System.ini, Desktop icons/links, Start Menu icons and links, Autoexec.bat, Config.sys
, Control.ini and Protocol.ini.
Other places to check include the autoexec.bat, config.sys
, and win.ini files.
changing display adapter support in CONFIG.SYS
file is unnecessarily long.
If the SET CLIPPER command exists in your current AUTOEXEC.BAT file, it overrides the Lien Writer(tm) defaults (the equivalent of SET CLIPPER=F99;E0) for individual system requirements, but for the most part the only change you may have to make from now on is to your CONFIG.SYS
file's FILES setting.
If the memory is supplied on a special memory board, the board also needs to be configured to match the EMS specification before it can be used as expanded memory and a specific driver program must be added to your CONFIG.SYS