This version of EMM386 has a number of compatibility changes
While on the topics of VDS, the VDS option is now on by default. Too
many environments require this to leave it as optional, plus a default
on condition matches Microsoft EMM386. There exist SCSI setups which
will REQUIRE you to turn off VDS support via the new NOVDS option.
Unfortunately for those SCSI-ites, the people who need VDS outnumber the
people who need to not have VDS, so they lost out. Or maybe the people
who need VDS just yell louder. Ahh well, same difference to me. I like
A better option would be to get to the bottom of why SCSI and VDS do not
like each other. SCSI is a drive interface - I don't see how it can be
affected by VDS unless there's something bigger going on. It may he SCSI
is merely showing up the problem, as opposed to BEING the problem?
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