Zbigniew B. wrote:

> I want  to replace a DOS installation on quite old computer - it is
> 386SX25 - which I'm keeping around just because it's s.c. "booksize
> PC". It has no ACPI, not even APM. I understand, that the FDAPM is
> most recommended method, but - from the other side - using this very
> old computer only the kernel built-in method will work? Am I right?

It's very unlikely that a 386SX will overheat ever. No need to play
around with IDLEHALT or FDAPM.

Robert Riebisch
BTTR Software

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