Op 17-10-2012 1:24, ninefofo schreef:
> Is there a FreeDOS utility similar to memmaker? Need help getting the
There's no automated utility. Perhaps you could list your CONFIG.SYS &
AUTOEXEC.BAT contents? Optimising can be a pain sometimes, especially
when big programs like MS-Client (TCP/IP stack) are involved, or
The general solution is a config.sys with contents at least:
DEVICE=JEMMEX.EXE NOEMS I=TEST X=TEST
and using LH for drivers, if/when possible. Be aware you can manually
finetune the I= and X= parameters to include UMB-regions. Likely the
JEMMEX package from Japheth's website contains additional programs to
list which UMB regions aren't in use by adapter ROMs.
> most out of my USB boot. Also, are there USB 2.0 drivers to get the
> read speeds up?
Experiencing any issues regarding reads then? My old system limited
USB2.0 ports in BIOS and DOS to USB1.1 speed. With a fast enough USB
flash stick that ment 1MB/s instead of 45MB/s.
To answer your question, Bret Johnson's USBDOS stack (USB1.1 only for
UHCI/OHCI) or Georg Potthast's DOSUSB stack might be able to increase