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Creating DOS Batch Files

By LittleWizard ·
Does anyone know of any sites, book, newsgroups where I can learn to create batch files.

My first project is to create a boot disk to be used on a blank drive to load the drivers for an external SCSI CD-Rom then load Windows 95 off the CD.

Any suggestions?

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by gbworld In reply to Creating DOS Batch Files

Here is a good online site for learning how to create DOS batch files:

http://home7.inet.tele.dk/batfiles/intro/contents.htm

You might also be able to find a boot disk (www.bootdisk.com) for loading Windows 95 with a SCSI drive. You may have to alter this slightly with your driver, but that should not be extremely difficult.

Gregory A. Beamer
MCP: +I, SE, SD, DBA

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by SyscoKid In reply to Creating DOS Batch Files

Oops, watch out for that space before "batch". Delete it when you cut and paste.

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by twick In reply to Creating DOS Batch Files

Check your IT library of manuals, if you have one. Printed DOS 5.0 manuals came with many new computers that were bundled with Win 3.1 (486 era). Those manuals contained good examples of each DOS and batch command.

Good luck.

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