MSCDEX can be loaded from your AUTOEXEC.BAT file or from the command
gain access to CD-ROM drives. The device driver that came with your
be loaded from your CONFIG.SYS file. This command should not be used
Windows has started.
/D:driver1 [/D:driver2 . . .]
/D:driver specifies the driver signature of the first CD-ROM
driver. This parameter must match the /D switch on the CONFIG.SYS
starts the corresponding CD-ROM device driver. The MSCDEX command must
at least one /D switch.
/E - Specifies that the CD-ROM driver be allowed to use expanded
available, to store sector buffers.
/K - Specifies that DOS should recognize CD-ROM volumes encoded in
Default, MS-DOS does not recognize Kanji CD-ROM values.
/S - Enables sharing of CD-ROM drives on MS-NET or Windows for
/V - Directs MSCDEX to display memory statistics when it starts.
/L:letter - Specifies the drive letter to assign to the first CD-ROM
If you have more than one CD-ROM drive, MS-DOS assigns additional CD-ROM
subsequent available driver letters.