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Disable Control C/Break

Posted on 1997-05-07
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Is there any solution to disable control + c or control + break when computers boots and are running autoexec.bat?
I know about break off but that won´t disable control+ break.
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put:
break off
at the start the autoexec.bat
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TimCaturaHouser earned 10 total points
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there is a Public Domain com program I used a long time ago.

If you cannot find it, you may contact Video Video, in Madras, OR. They have a station available for the customers that will look up movie avaiblity. I installed this com program there.

It boots the computer with a 5.25" floppy. If you send them a 1.2 " diskette, and a few bucks, Denny would probably copy the diskette for you. Tell him Tim from Seattle sent you. His # is 475-2151 in Madras, OR. don't remember the new area code. Address has changed since I set them up too. That is all I have.
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Thanks I´ll try this.
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