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Giving your DOS programs a custom setup.

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If your DOS programs are being very picky about wanting to run in Windows 95, give a DOS program a custom setup. To do this:

* First, you will need to create a shortcut to the DOS program.
* Once you have done this, right-click on the shortcut and click Properties.
* Click the Program tab.
* Click the Advanced button.
* Click on the MS-DOS Mode radio button.
* Next, click Specify a new MS-DOS configuration.
* From here, simply type the AUTOEXEC.BAT and CONFIG.SYS commands that your DOS program requires.
* Click OK to save your settings

 
 

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