It may be true that MS-DOS is dead as a stand-aloneoperating system. However, command syntax, parameters, parsing commands, and troubleshooting are all handledbetter from the command line interface than in Windows.This textbook explores these concepts using the MS-DOSwindow in Windows 95 or Windows 98. A careful step-by-step approach ......One of the files is usually bad, but at least you have one file that is good. ScanDisk automates this process and will create two separate files for you. Another error-fixing ability that needs to be understood is detection of DriveSpace errors.
|Title||:||Windows User's Guide to DOS|
|Author||:||Carolyn Z. Gillay, Bette A. Peat|
|Publisher||:||Franklin Beedle & Associates - 1998-11-01|