Purpose: Starts MemMaker which is a program that lets you
computer`s memory (new with DOS Version 6).
The MemMaker program moves device drivers and memory-resident programs to
memory in order to optimize your computer`s memory. Your computer must
80386 or 80486 processor and extended memory. You cannot use this
Windows is running.
/B Displays MemMaker in black and white.
/batch - Runs MemMaker in batch (unattended) mode. Using this
MemMaker will take the default action at each prompt. If an error
program will restore your previous CONFIG.SYS, AUTOEXEC.BAT and (if
Windows SYSTEM.INI files. After running MemMaker, you can use a text
view status messages in the MEMMAKER.STS file.
/session - Used exclusively by MemMaker during the optimization
/swap:d - Specifies the letter of the original startup disk drive.
only necessary to use this option if the startup disk drive has changed
your computer was started.
/T - Disables the detection of IBM Token-Ring networks. You should
switch if your computer includes this network and you are having problems
/undo - Allows you to undo the most recent changes made by MemMaker.
MemMaker program is run, it makes changes to your CONFIG.SYS and
files. If your system doesn`t work properly after MemMaker is complete,
return to the previous configuration by starting MemMaker with the /UNDO
/W:size1,size2 - Specifies the amount of upper-memory space to be
reserved for Windows translation buffers. Two areas of upper memory are
required by Windows for its translation buffers. Size1 specifies the
the first region and Size2 the size of the second region. If not
MemMaker will not reserve upper memory for Windows.
To run MemMaker in batch mode enter,
To undo the recent changes made by MemMaker, enter,