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; This file specifies the programs that MEMMAKER should either ignore␣
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; or disable during the optimization process. You can have MEMMAKER␣
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; ignore or disable device drivers, memory-resident programs (TSRs),␣␣
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; or applications.␣
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;␣
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; Other features provided by this file include the ability to change the␣
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; default behavior of MEMMAKER and the ability to move or keep a file at␣
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; the top of the config.sys file.␣
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;␣
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;  Use the following guidelines when editing this file:␣
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;␣
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;  * To have MEMMAKER ignore a program, add the program name to this file␣
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;    and insert an asterisk (*) before the program name. MemMaker will␣␣
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;    not attempt to load that program into the upper memory area. The␣␣
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;    program will be loaded into conventional memory during and after␣␣
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;    the optimization process.␣
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;␣
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;  * To have MemMaker disable a program during optimization, add the␣
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;    program name to this file, but do not insert an asterisk before its␣
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;    name. MemMaker will disable the program by using the REM command␣␣␣
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;    so the program will not be loaded during the optimization process.␣␣␣
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;    When optimization is complete, MemMaker removes the REM command␣␣
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;    so that the program starts as usual.␣
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;␣
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;  * To have MemMaker use different default for an option, delete the␣␣
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;    semicolon and space in front of the # sign. For example to have␣␣
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;    MemMaker usemore aggressive settings as its default, delete the␣␣
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;    semicolon and space in front of #HIGHSCAN There are seven settings␣␣
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;    all found in the default options section below.␣
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;␣
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;  * To have MemMaker move a program to the top of CONFIG.SYS, add the␣␣
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;    program name to this file, and insert a carat (^) before the program␣
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;    name.  This program will then be loaded into memory before HIMEM.SYS␣
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;    and EMM386.EXE, and so will not be loaded into upper memory.  This is␣
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;    useful for drivers for certain disk drives that must be activated␣
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;    before upper memory is enabled.␣␣
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;␣
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;  * Begin each statement at the left margin.␣
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;␣
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;  * List each program without its file extension.␣␣
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;␣
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;  * To insert a comment, start that line with a semi-colon (;).␣
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;␣
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;  default options␣
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;␣
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; #SPECIFYTSR␣
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; #HIGHSCAN␣
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; #WINDOWSOPT␣
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; #MONOCHROME␣
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; #NOKEEPEMM␣
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; #NOMOVEXBDA␣
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; #EMS␣
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;␣
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AUTOMENU␣
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DBASE␣
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DOSSHELL␣
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EZMENU␣
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LOTUS␣
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MENU␣
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NC␣
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PARADOX␣
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PS1START␣
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RSSTUB␣
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SHELL␣
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SHELLSTB␣
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START␣
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WORD␣
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WP␣
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WIN␣
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123␣
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DEFRAG␣
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PCSHELL␣
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*AUTOMENU␣
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*BOOT␣
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*DOSEDIT␣
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*DRAGON␣
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*NDD␣
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*NETBIOS␣
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*PROTMAN␣
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*RP␣
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*SCREATE␣
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*SMARTDRV /L␣
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*SS365SLB␣
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*SSWAP␣
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*STRETCH␣
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*VANSI␣
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*VDEFEND␣
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*VRESUME␣
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*VT␣
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^ASPI4DOS␣
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^ASPI3X90␣
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^ASPI3X92␣
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^ATDOSHC2␣
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^ATDOSXL␣
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^BOOTCON␣
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^DPTDDL␣
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^KWIKBOOT␣
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^SMARTDRV␣