If the Windows file system drivers have taken over, it's not a DOS anymore :-(

What is a Windows driver? For me it's either vga.drv, mouse.drv, or WDM-style drivers. A VxD is a (32-bit) DOS driver...

I now see that the VXDs are LE (linear executables) and can be run under a DOS extender. But if a driver is not installable from CONFIG.SYS or as a TSR, it's anything but a DOS driver ;-)

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