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Phil Gardner's Wrapper.sys & MS-DOS7 bug (Miscellaneous)

posted by Rugxulo(R) Homepage, Usono, 18.11.2009, 23:00

> Hi, Dinos! Anybody remembers Phil Gardner's excellent wrapper that enabled
> (quoting the DOC file)
>
> ... the loading of programs in
> the CONFIG.SYS file as devices. The program may be a Terminate-and-
> Stay Resident utility (TSR) or a program which simply executes but does
> not stay resident.
>
> (quoting ends.)

Never heard of it. Dated 1992, for any "MS-DOS 3.1 or newer". So this was before INSTALL/INSTALLHIGH? (DOS 5+)

"WRAPPER.SYS v1.0 16-bit DOS TSR for MS-DOS 5/6 + Windows 9x/ME [17 KB, no nag shareware] loads almost ANY program/TSR as DEVICE(HIGH) from CONFIG.SYS.
Useful for saving low DOS RAM (upper memory manager required in CONFIG.SYS)."

> Well, this makes me ask : does anyone have a version of wrapper.sys hacked
> around the MS-DOS 7+ bug ? Or have written an original new 'wrapper' with
> functionality equivalent to Phil's ?

Sadly, no, and I'm not entirely sure I understand the usefulness (more conventional memory free??). I imagine others (ahem, Japheth) will know more.

 

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