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Dos Router in Windows 95

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Is there a way to load a DOS TSR-Program automatically before starting special 16-Bit applications ( Netware - PC Support-Router for the AS/400)?? I don´t want to use 16-Bit network-drivers....
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I am not sure if I understand you question correct, by you want to load a DOS TSR program before a 16 bit app is loaded, correct ?

If yes, make a bat file which load the TSR and then load the program you want. There is no way to  detect a 16 bit app automatic.
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