I've the same problem with usb drivers 

Devload \h C:\usb\usbaspi.sys
devload \h C:\usb\usbcd.sys
All the drivers remain in low memory.




as702 SHA-1 wrote:
> 
> 
> just wondering if you could shed some light on a problem i'm having
> with FreeDOS (this work is based off of Modboot/NwDsk 3.42 FreeDos)
> i cannot for the life of me get devload to function using the /H
> switch. whenever i try to load a device into UMB, it always dumps the
> device into conventional ram. for instance:
> 
> :config.sys
> devicehigh=\bin\ifshlp.sys
> 
> works fine, whilst
> 
> :autoexec.bat/some.bat
> devload /h %ramdrv%\bin\ifshlp.sys
> 
> will load the driver into conventional ram only. am i doing something
> wrong? i also can't seem to get the shell to load into UMB
> 
> :config.sys
> shellhigh=\command.com /e:2048 /p
> 
> again, goes straight into conventional memory.
> i must be missing something :(
> 
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