Microsoft KB Archive/100050
HP OmniBook Default AUTOEXEC.BAT File
The information in this article applies to:
- Microsoft Windows 3.1
- Microsoft MS-DOS operating system version 5.0
- Microsoft Excel for Windows, version 4.0a
- Microsoft Word for Windows, version 2.0c
This article contains a copy of the default AUTOEXEC.BAT file included with the Hewlett-Packard (HP) OmniBook 300. You can always find this default file on the read-only memory (ROM) drive, usually drive D. It can be copied to the boot drive, usually drive C.
@echo off rem rem AUTOEXEC.BAT -- OmniBook default startup file for drive C rem rem To install SMARTDrive for a hard disk, remove the "rem" from the rem smartdrv command line. The command line specifies no read or write rem caching for drive A or B, and only read caching for drive C. rem d:\windows\smartdrv.exe a- b- c rem The PATH must include D:\ at the end to allow access to MS-DOS rem programs and Windows programs and help files. path=c:\;c:\windows;c:\winword;c:\excel;c:\dos;c:\mouse;c:\msmail;d:\tsi ;d:\ rem Set other environment variables. prompt $p$g set temp=c:\windows\temp set tmp=c:\windows\temp set mouse=c:\mouse rem Check for a drive C that is not initialized to run Windows. d:\obsetup rem Install SHARE (required by Microsoft Mail). d:\share rem To install the MS-DOS mouse driver, remove the "rem" from the rem obmouse command line. rem d:\obmouse rem Change to drive C in case OmniBook booted from drive D. c: rem Run Windows using the WIN.BAT batch file. call d:\win
The OmniBook 300 is manufactured by Hewlett-Packard, a vendor independent of Microsoft; we make no warranty, implied or otherwise, regarding this product's performance or reliability.
Additional query words: 4.00a 2.00c 3.10 5.00 auto configuration hp Hewlett Packard Omni Book autoexec win31
Version : MS-DOS:5.0; WINDOWS:2.0c,3.1,4.0a
Platform : MS-DOS WINDOWS
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Last Reviewed: October 28, 1999