Hi Jim, and thanks for archiving 4DOS and for your news item on it!
You can remove the file CSCLEAN.BAT from the ZIP. It just restores the old CONFIG.SYS saved by the installer on uninstall and is not needed since the ZIP contains neither installer nor uninstaller.
Below is the contents of the CSCLEAN.BAT file, for your reference.
@echo off rem rem 4DOS uninstall -- CONFIG.SYS cleanup rem Copyright (c) 2003, JP Software Inc., All Rights Reserved. rem rem DO NOT delete this file! It may be required when uninstalling 4DOS. rem rem DO NOT run this file manually. It is for use by the automated rem uninstall software. rem cls echo. echo This window is running a small batch file to restore your echo CONFIG.SYS file to its state before 4DOS was installed. echo. echo To perform this restore, press the space bar or Enter key at the echo prompt below. To skip this step and clean up CONFIG.SYS manually, echo press Ctrl-C or Ctrl-Break at the prompt. echo. echo Depending on your Windows settings, this window may not close echo automatically after CONFIG.SYS is restored. If it does not, simply echo click the "close" button in the upper right corner. echo. echo Thanks! echo. pause if not exist %1\config.jps goto nobackup copy %1\CONFIG.JPS C:\CONFIG.SYS echo. echo CONFIG.SYS restored from pre-install backup. goto done :nobackup echo. echo. echo The backup file for CONFIG.SYS is missing. You will need echo to edit CONFIG.SYS manually to remove the SHELL= line for echo 4DOS. echo. pause :done exit
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