Sección de System.ini de Windows 3.1 [estándar]

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Resumen
La información contenida en este artículo se toma del archivo SYSINI.WRI contenido en el Kit de recursos de Windows para el sistema operativo versión 3.1 de Windows. El archivo SYSINI.WRI puede verse con Windows Write.

La sección [estándar] del archivo System.ini contiene la configuración específica de ejecutando Windows en modo estándar.
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La sección [estándar] puede contener los siguientes valores:
FasterModeSwitch=<0-or-1>Default:  0Purpose:  Enabling this setting causes Windows running in          standard mode to use a faster method of switching          from protected to real mode on many 80286-based          computers. When this setting is enabled, Windows          responds quicker to hardware interrupts, allowing          better throughput for interrupt-intensive          applications, such as communications applications.          In addition, you should enable this setting if you          are using a Zenith Z-248 system and are losing          characters while typing, or if you are using an          Olivetti M-250-E and lose control of the mouse.Note:  This setting has no affect on 80386-based computers.       Some early IBM-AT and compatible computers do not       have the BIOS support necessary to use this setting.       Enabling this setting on these computers may cause       them to hang when starting Windows.To change:  Use Notepad to edit the SYSTEM.INI file.				
Int28Filter=<number>Default:  10Purpose:  Specifies the interval of INT28h interrupts,          generated when the system is idle, that are made          visible (or reflected) to software that is loaded          before Windows. Windows will reflect every nth          interrupt, where n is the value of this setting.          For example, a value of 1 reflects every INT28h          interrupt, a value of 2 reflects every second          INT28h interrupt, a value of 3, every third INT28h          interrupt, and so on. Increasing this value might          improve Windows' performance, but may interfere          with some memory-resident software such as a          network. Set this value to 0 to prevent any INT28h          interrupts from being reflected. Setting this          value too low (from 1 to 9)  might interfere with          communications applications.To change:  Use Notepad to edit the SYSTEM.INI file.				
MouseSyncTime=<milliseconds>Default:  500Purpose:  Specifies the number of milliseconds that can          elapse between mouse data bytes before Windows          running in standard mode assumes that a mouse data          packet is complete. This setting only affects          Windows running standard mode on computers with an          IBM PS/2 mouse interface.To change:  Use Notepad to edit the SYSTEM.INI file.				
NetHeapSize=<kilobytes>Default:  8Purpose:  Specifies the size (in kilobytes) of the data-          transfer buffer that standard-mode Windows          allocates in conventional memory for transferring          data over a network. If an application is not          running correctly, your network may require a          larger buffer than the default. Increasing this          value will decrease the amount of memory available          to applications. If no network software is          running, this setting will be ignored and no          memory will be allocated.To change:  Use Notepad to edit the SYSTEM.INI file.				
PadCodeSegments=<0-or-1>Default:  0Purpose:  Setting this value to 1 causes Windows kernel to          pad code segments with 16 bytes. This will prevent          the last instruction in the segment from being too          close to the segment limit for 80286 C2 stepping.          Set this value to 1 if your 80286 system hangs in          standard mode.To change:  Use Notepad to edit the SYSTEM.INI file.				
Stacks=<number>Default:  12Purpose:  Specifies the number of interrupt reflector stacks          used by the standard mode MS-DOS Extender (DOSX).          Interrupt reflector stacks are used when the MS-          DOS Extender needs to map a DOS or BIOS API from          real mode to protected mode. If you receive a          "Standard Mode: Stack Overflow" message, try          increasing the number. You can specify a number          between 8 and 64.To change:  Use Notepad to edit the SYSTEM.INI file.				
StackSize=<bytes>Default:  384Purpose:  Specifies the size of the interrupt reflector          stacks used by the standard mode MS-DOS Extender.To change:  Use Notepad to edit the SYSTEM.INI file. (You            should never need to change this setting.)				
Referencias
Archivo de Microsoft Windows Resource Kit 3.1 SYSINI.WRI
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