Hi Michael:

Thanks.  I took that straight out of the documentation.
I need to check that boot disk and make sure I caught
that.  Could have been the problem.  And, I do know
better!  :-)

Mark


> At 11:08 PM 7/10/2005 +0000, Mark Bailey wrote:
> 
> >SWITCHES=/F
> >DOS=HIGH,UMB
> >DEVICEHIGH=a:\HIMEM.SYS /NUMHANDLES=128 /TESTMEM:OFF /Q
> >DEVICEHIGH=A:\UMBPCI.SYS
> 
> This is a strange example since DEVICEHIGH simply won't work (because it 
> can't) before upper memory is actually available.  That won't occur until a 
> upper memory driver such as UMBPCI or EMM386 is loaded.  I don't see how 
> either DEVICEHIGH listed would do other than load to conventional memory.
> 
> 
> 
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