how can i free up conventional memory in MS-DOS mode?
I have a DOS program that requires around 565k of conventional memory to run. How can I free that much up in MS-DOS mode? All I need is the CD-ROM (drive F: for me), a mouse and my sound card. I have tried using the advanced settings for specifying a new MS-DOS specification, but the attempt was unsuccessful. Appreciate input on this one.
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