As long as I remember on MS-DOS format /s is the
same as use FORMAT and later use SYS.

Transfer boot sector, hiden files and command.com

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Marco A. Achury




2008/11/11 kurt godel <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> Just found out that the '/s' in 'format C: /s' formats the drive and leaves
> space for the system files from the 'sys'
> command; but some say the sys com also transfers a copy of command.com,
> while other sources don't! I can
> tell you that 'format C:' does not place a copy of command.com, whereas
> 'format C: /s' does;(Imean the format
> command by itself, without any 'sys')  also they say
> that with sys command, not only the target drive has to be free of files,
> but there must be no volume label
> after the formatting. kurt     <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>.
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