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Loads a memory-resident program into memory when you start MS-DOS. You can use this command only in your CONFIG.SYS file. Memory-resident programs stay in memory as long as your computer is on. They can be used even when other programs are active. You can use the INSTALL command to load MS-DOS memory-resident programs--for example, Fastopen, Keyb, Nlsfunc, and Share. Syntax INSTALL=[drive:][path]filename [command-parameters] Parameters [drive:][path]filename Specifies the location and name of the memory-resident program you want to run. command-parameters Specifies parameters for the program you specify for filename.
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