/W Restores the Config.sys and Autoexec.bat files from Config.wos
and Autoexec.wos and prompts:
Press any key to continue...
Pressing a key reboots the system back to Windows 95/98.
/WX Restores the Config.sys and Autoexec.bat files from Config.wos
and Autoexec.wos and reboots the system to Windows 95/98.
NOTE: .wos files are created when you open a program requiring
MS-DOS mode and you have specified a new MS-DOS-mode
configuration. You might need to use the /W or /WX switch if you
shut off your computer while you are running an MS-DOS-based
program that requires MS-DOS mode and you want to return to
/D: Used for troubleshooting when Windows 95/98 does not start
correctly. This switch is used with the following switches:
F Turns off 32-bit disk access. This is equivalent to
"32BitDiskAccess=false" in the System.ini file.
M Enables Safe mode. This is automatically enabled during a
Safe-mode boot (by pressing F5).
N Enables Safe mode with networking. This is automatically
enabled during a Safe-mode boot (by pressing F6).
S Specifies that Windows 95/98 should not use ROM address space
between F000:0000 and 1 MB for a break point. This is
equivalent to the "SystemROMBreakPoint=false" setting in the
[386Enh] section of the System.ini file.
V Specifies that the ROM routine handles interrupts from the
hard disk controller. This is equivalent to the
"VirtualHDIRQ=false" setting in the System.ini file.
X Excludes all of the adapter area from the range of memory that
Windows 95/98 scans to find unused space. This is equivalent to
the "EMMExclude=A000-FFFF" setting in the System.ini file.
NOTE: The following /D: parameters do not work in Windows 98: