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When I restart in MSDOS mode, or run a program I have set to
run in MSDOS mode a program, guest.exe, runs.  I no longer
use the Jaz drive and I do not want to run this program.
How do you tell '95 not to run the program when dropping
to MSDOS command line ?
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Look for a file called DOSSTART.BAT in your Windows directory and remove the commands executing these proggies.

Good luck!
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