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When DOSBox loads it automatically creates a Virtual Internal Drive called '''Z:''' which contains various [[Utilities|utilities]] that  make a reasonable approximation of a fully setup DOS Compatible environment.  This drive is automatically inserted to the front of the [[PATH]] and cannot be modified.  This Z: Drive can be largely hidden with some creative modifications to the [[AUTOEXEC|AUTOEXEC.BAT]] for a more complete emulation of MS-DOS.
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When DOSBox loads it automatically creates a Virtual Internal Drive called '''Z:''' which contains various [[Commands|utilities]] that  make a reasonable approximation of a fully setup DOS Compatible environment.  This drive is automatically inserted to the front of the [[PATH]] and cannot be modified.  This Z: Drive can be largely hidden with some creative modifications to the [[AUTOEXEC|AUTOEXEC.BAT]] for a more complete emulation of MS-DOS.
  
 
You can find the following files in Z: drive.
 
You can find the following files in Z: drive.

Latest revision as of 20:12, 9 June 2015

When DOSBox loads it automatically creates a Virtual Internal Drive called Z: which contains various utilities that make a reasonable approximation of a fully setup DOS Compatible environment. This drive is automatically inserted to the front of the PATH and cannot be modified. This Z: Drive can be largely hidden with some creative modifications to the AUTOEXEC.BAT for a more complete emulation of MS-DOS.

You can find the following files in Z: drive.