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LOADFIX is a program to reduce the amount of available conventional memory.

It's useful for old programs which don't expect much memory to be free.

Command line parameters

LOADFIX [-size] [program] [program-parameters] LOADFIX -f

number of kilobytes to "eat up", default = 64kb
frees all previously allocated memory

Examples: 1. To start mm2.exe and allocate 64kb memory (mm2 will have 64 kb less available) :

      loadfix mm2

2. To start mm2.exe and allocate 32kb memory :

      loadfix -32 mm2

3. To free previous allocated memory :

      loadfix -f