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Some TSRs Moved from Autoexec.bat to Winstart.bat During Setup
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After installing Windows 95 on a computer running Btrieve, DaVinci Mail, or Microcom Carbon Copy, several terminate-and-stay-resident programs (TSRs) no longer appear in the Autoexec.bat file.
Your programs still function properly and the TSRs load into memory.
Windows 95 removes the TSRs for these programs from the Autoexec.bat file and places them in the Winstart.bat file.
Windows 95 moves the following TSRs to the Winstart.bat file:
Microcom Carbon Copy:
Mhsblink Mhsalarm.exe Wks_nb.exe
The Winstart.bat file is used to load TSRs that are required for Windows- based programs and are not needed in MS-DOS sessions. You should not use the Winstart.bat file for setting environment variables.
Article ID: 134402 - Last Review: November 15, 2006 - Revision: 1.1