At 12:00 PM 8/8/2005 +0200, up wrote:

Memory Type        Total       Used       Free
----------------  --------   --------   --------
Conventional          640K        18K       622K
Upper                 128K        10K       118K
Reserved              256K       256K         0K
Extended (XMS)      3,328K     1,000K     2,328K
----------------  --------   --------   --------
Total memory        4,352K     1,284K     3,068K

Total under 1 MB      768K        28K       740K

Largest executable program size       621K (636,400 bytes)
Largest free upper memory block       116K (118,800 bytes)
FreeDOS is resident in the high memory area.


Is there any way to recover this memory?

Looks like you're not using the latest HIMEM and EMM386, which might make a difference. Without the EMS report on MEM, I can't tell what the EMS allocation is, either.

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