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by Irv Spalten

Information current as of December 12, 1994

These are solutions to problems encountered in OS/2 Warp.

TITLE: 941027 INSTALLATION OF WARP HANG ON DISK #1 WHEN INSTALL ON GATEWAY COMPUTERS.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMPTOMS:
    Hang on DISK #1 when installing WARP on Gateway machines.

RESOLUTION:
    If you are having this problem, please check 
    the level of BIOS on your system.  If you have 
    a Gateway 1.00.03.AF1 BIOS, then you need to 
    update your BIOS (see the README).
    A fix is available from Gateway.

TITLE: 941028 Problem installing "Internet Connection for OS/2" portion of the Warp BonusPack from CDROM on Mitsumi CDROM drives.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMPTOMS:
    User experiences XDFCOPY error message XDF3507 when trying 
    to make the diskettes for the Internet portion of the Warp 
    BonusPack.  The error occurs ONLY on the INETCON1,2,3 & 
    4.IMG files.  The rest of the BonusPack installs fine from 
    the CDROM.

    If the user tries to install directly from the CDROM using 
    the BonusPack installation menu instead of making the 
    diskettes using XDFCOPY, he'll get UNZIP errors as shown 
    below (in this example G:  is the CDROM drive letter):

    g:\internet\iak1.zip" did not unzip correctly (rc=-51).
    Do you wish to continue the installation?

    If the user chooses to continue installation he'll get the 
    same error on iak2,3 & 4.zip files as well.  Finally the 
    BonusPack installation program will error out by reporting 
    similar to the following:

    The exit program for "IBM Internet Connection for OS/2"
    gave a bad return code of 65535.  Continue with the 
    installation?  If the user selects OK then the system will 
    abort the install.

SUMMARY OF RESOLUTION:
    The user has the following options:

    1.) Try and run the XDFCOPY on another machine with a 
        different CDROM drive.  The resulting diskettes can be 
        used to install on the machine that is failing.

    2.) Have the customer attempt to copy the .IMG files from 
        the CDROM to a temporary subdirectory in his disk drive 
        and run XDFCOPY from the .IMG files on the disk drive.

    3.) Have the user check the BonusPack CDROM for any dirt or 
        scratches.  CDROMs can suffer from the same read 
        problems as audio CDs can.  Also inspect the CD CADDY 
        it is installed in or the CDROM drive drawer area for 
        any dust or dirt.

    4.) If none of the above suggestions work, recommend that 
        the user obtain a replacement BonusPack CDROM 

DETAILS OF RESOLUTION:
    This problem has been observed to occur on Mitsumi CDROM 
    drives (FX-001D and FX-100D).  It may occur on others too.
    It appears to be a CDROM drive read problem.  It is possible 
    that the drive electronics and/or mechanics are not aligned 
    (i.e. out of tolerance or spec.)  such that a read error 
    occurs on the BonusPack CDROM.  The customers that 
    experienced this problem, were able to install the Warp 
    product CDROM with no problems and all of the other 
    BonusPack components without error.  The failure was only 
    seen on the "Internet Connection for OS/2" component of the 
    Warp BonusPack CDROM.

TITLE: 941114 Configuring the NEC 260 IDE cdrom under OS2 Warp.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMPTOMS:
    A NEC 260 IDE cdrom is not being recognized by OS2 Warp.

SUMMARY OF RESOLUTION:
    Make sure the proper drivers are loading in config.sys and 
    that the necessary files are located in the proper directories.

DETAILS OF RESOLUTION:
    If you have already installed OS2 Warp, and are trying to get 
               the cdrom recognized, follow these instructions:

     1. Go to the OS2 Selective Install utility. From the list of 
        cdrom's, select the NEC 260. Click OK. At the System 
        Configuration window, click OK again. At the Setup and 
        Installation window, select the Install button.

     2. Insert the OS2 diskette when prompted.

     3. Edit the OS2 config.sys in the root directory of the hard 
        drive. Find the line:

                          BASEDEV=IBM1S506.ADD

        Add switches to this line so that it reads:

                          BASEDEV=IBM1S506.ADD /A:x /U:y /ATAPI

        The /A switch refers to the adapter number that the cdrom 
        is attached to. The /U option references the unit or device 
        number on a particular adapter. The /ATAPI parameter 
        enables ATA Packet Interface protocol for the NEC 260. If the 
        cdrom is attached to the second IDE port or adapter in a 
        system and is the only device on the adapter, you would enter 

                          BASEDEV=IBM1S506.ADD /A:1 /U:0 /ATAPI

        in the config.sys. If the cdrom is configured as a slave, or sec 
        device, you would specify /U:1. The config.sys should also conta 
        the statements:

                           BASEDEV=IBMIDECD.FLT
                           DEVICE=C:\OS2\BOOT\OS2CDROM.DMD
                           IFS=C:\OS2\BOOT\CDFS.IFS

         These should have been added by the Selective Install program.

         If you are trying to install Warp from the NEC 260 cdrom,
         simply configure the BASEDEV=IBM1S506.ADD  line per above.
         If you find that OS2 still does not recognize the cdrom,
         make sure that the /A and /U parameters are specified 

==TITLE: 941027 4030VL, Promise VLB Diskcaching Card IDE

              controller failed installing Warp.==

DESCRIPTION OF SYMPTOMS:
    Even with cache disabled, the motherboard bios 
    for disk I/O and all ide drives above 0 and 1 
    disconnected a complete failure with the 
    repeated message that drive C is not available 
    and so forth all the way thru D and the logical 
    drive partitions on both physical drives.
    Note: the above is an example if the user has 2 physical 
    drives connected to this Promise card.

RESOLUTION:
    Get a newer driver available from the Promise BBS.
    The file is PTI1S506.ADD.  When using this, the 
    IBM1S506.ADD must be remmed out first.  The older 
    driver for DV4030VLIDE will not work.

TITLE: 941026 THE SWAPPER FILE IN WARP.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMPTOMS:
    The swapper file is larger in WARP than in previous releases of 
    OS2.

SUMMARY OF RESOLUTION:
    This is normal.

DETAILS OF RESOLUTION:
    This is normal.
    The most significant change that has been made is how system DLL's
    get loaded and what is now valid data for swapping.
    System DLL's include:
    DISPLAY          SOM          PMMERGE      PMWP
    DOSCALL1         PMATM        PMMLE
    IBMDEV32         PMCTLS       PMSPL 
    IBMVGA32         PMGPI        PMVIOP

    In the previous versions of OS/2, dll code was never copied to the 
    swapper file.  In WARP, code for system dll's can be written to 
    the swapper file and, in adition, during boot, PMMERGE, DOSCALL1,
    PMGPI, PMWP and PMVIOP will be swapped out.  This means that there 
    will be an overall increase in swapper size.  This was done 
    to increase overall system perfomance.

TITLE: 941115 Warp TCPIP VERSION 2.0 AND THE INTERNET CONNECTION KIT

DESCRIPTION OF SYMPTOMS:
    When installing TCPIP Version 2.0 and The Internet Connection Kit 
    you will receive an error message that the products are not 
    supported when running TOGETHER.  It will install, but there are 
    several problems and certain features will not work.

SUMMARY OF RESOLUTION:
    Running TCPIP VERSION 2.0 AND THE INTERNET CONNECTION KIT together 
    under WARP is NOT supported.

DETAILS OF RESOLUTION:
    Running TCPIP VERSION 2.0 AND THE INTERNET CONNECTION KIT together 
    under WARP is NOT supported.

== TITLE: 941121 TRAP0003 DISK #1 IBM1FLPY.ADD WARP OS/2.

              CS:EIP=0538:00001a21 CSLIM=000027d7.==

DESCRIPTION OF SYMPTOMS:
    Installing WARP disk #1 failed with TRAP0003 on the following 
    values: CS:EIP=0538:00001a21 CSLIM=000027d7.

SUMMARY OF RESOLUTION:
    On the system setup bios, check the SETUP for the 
    floppy drive setup.  Make sure that the floppy drive is setup 
    correctly.  Example: If user has 1.44mb (3 1/2") drive, make 
    sure the setup reflects 1.44mb setup instead of 1.2mb (5 1/4").

TITLE: 941115 CHANGES MADE BY WARP TO WINDOWS FILES

DESCRIPTION OF SYMPTOMS:
    Changes to several Windows files occur during installation 
    of OS/2 3.0 Warp 

SUMMARY OF RESOLUTION:
    The Following Windows files are Modified during WARP installation:
    WIN.INI
    SYSTEM.INI
    WIN.COM
    CONTROL.INI
    PROGMAN.INI
    SETUP.INF
    CONTROL.INF

DETAILS OF RESOLUTION:
    Changes to the following files are as follows:

    WIN.INI
         .Windows.
         if no printer is defined in WINDOWS, Warp will 
         insert GENERIC / TEXT ONLY in the DEVICE= statement.

         .Desktop.
         Adds ICON SPACING=100

         note:this statement may or may not appear in this 
              section. If it does not, Warp will insert it 

         .Ports.
         Adds .OS2 ports 

         .Pscript.
         This section is created and the following statements 
         are added:
         EXTERNAL PRINTERS=6
         PRINTER1=40291760
         PRINTER2=40291730
         PRINTER3=40293930
         PRINTER4=40293960
         PRINTER5=IBM17521
         PRINTER6=IBM39521

         .Device.
         This section is created and the following statement 
         is inserted:
         GENERIC/TEXT ONLY TTY, LPT1:

         .Printer Ports.
         This section is created and the following statement 
         is inserted:
         GENERIC / TEXT ONLY=TTY,LPT1:,15,45

    SYSTEM.INI
         .Boot.
         LANGUAGE.DLL= is modified to =LANGENG.DLL ( to ensure english)
        SYSTEM.DRV= is modified to =ATMSYS.DRV
         MAVDMApps= is added 
         OS2MOUSE.DRV=MOUSE.DRV is added 
         ATM.SYSTEM.DRV=SYSTEM.DRV is added 
         USEOS2SHIELD=1 is added 
         OS2SHIELD=WINSHELD.EXE

         .Keyboard.
         KEYBOARD.DLL= is modofied to =KBDUS.DLL

         .386Enh.
         MAY change the path in the PAGING FILE= statement 
         Changes the MAXPAGINGFILESIZE= statement 

         .Timer.drv.
         This section is created and the following statements are 
         inserted:
         Max386Res=10
         Max286Res=10

    CONTROL.INI
         .Installed.
         This section is created and the following statements 
         are inserted:
         3.1=YES
         HPPCL5A.DRV=yes
         FINSTALL.DLL=YES
         FINSTALL.HLP=YES
         HPPCL5A.HLP=YES
         HPPCL50P.HLP=YES
         note: the reference to the HP universal print drivers are 
               due to an HP LaserJet being selected during install.

         .Function.
         This section is created and the following statement is 
         inserted:
         SETTINGS=COLORS, FONTS, PORTS, MOUSE, DESTOP, PRINTERS 
                  INTERNATIONAL, SOUND, NETWORK 

    PROGMAN.INI
         .Settings.
         display.drv=<installed resolution> is inserted 

    SETUP.INF
         .oemdisks.
         A =. ,"IBM OS/2 Printer Driver Diskette 1","PMDD 1"
         B =. ,"IBM OS/2 Printer Driver Diskette 2","PMDD 2"
         C =. ,"IBM OS/2 Printer Driver Diskette 3","PMDD 3"

TITLE: 941121 INSTALLING WARP, GETTING SYS0045 ON WINDOWS DISK #1

DESCRIPTION OF SYMPTOMS:
    Installing OS/ WARP passed the first phase and onto the second 
    phase of the installation, when asks to insert the WINDOWS 
    DISK #1, will received a " SYS0045 sector can't be found ... " 
    If going into OS/2 and DIR on the WINDOWS DISKS, it is ok, but if 
    trying to copy, xcopy any files from the WINDOWS DISKS to the 
    hardfile, result the same error SYS0045 message.

SUMMARY OF RESOLUTION:
    User has changed the floppy drives around and did not update 
    the CMOS to reflects the changes.

DETAILS OF RESOLUTION:
    User must go into the system CMOS and make sure the floppy 
    drives are setup correctly.
    Example: If changed the 1.44mb drive from B: to A:, and the 1.2mb
             drive from A: to B:, on the Setup on the CMOS should 
             reflect that 1.44mb as an A: drive and 1.2mb as an B:
             drive.

==TITLE: 941121 WIN-OS2 SESSIONS FAIL TO LAUNCH. BOOTLOG.TXT HAS AS IT,S

              LAST STATEMENT, "LOADSTART=MOUSE.DRV"==

DESCRIPTION OF SYMPTOMS:
    WIN-OS/2 fails to launch if there is no mouse type specified 
    in MOUSE.INI

SUMMARY OF RESOLUTION:
    Ensure the MOUSE.INI file has a type specified 

DETAILS OF RESOLUTION:
    When starting any WIN-OS/2 session (FS or Seamless), the session 
    will terminate before it starts. If initiated from an ICON, it 
    will hatch then unhatch. If initiated from a command line,
    "Loading Please Wait..." will appear, then the session prompt 
    will re-display. If starting a WIN-OS/2 session from a command 
    line with a "/B" switch, the BOOTLOG.TXT file will show 
    LOADSTART=MOUSE.DRV as the last statement in the file. A look 
    at MOUSE.INI reveals "MOUSETYPE=". That statement MUST equal the 
    type of hardware installed on the system. When running in 
    DOS/WINDOWS, the system will query the hardware attached and 
    update MOUSE.INI accordingly. This is not occurring in OS/2.
    APAR PJ16247 has been created to address this problem. Until 
    a resolution for the problem of why the MOUSE.INI file is not 
    being updated as it is in DOS/WINDOWS, ensure the MOUSETYPE=
    statement in MOUSE.INI = <the mouse type described in the 
    boot.description section in syste 

TITLE: 941115 RUNNING WEB EXPLORER UNDER WARP

DESCRIPTION OF SYMPTOMS:
    You can run Web Explorer under WARP version 3.0 as well as TCP-IP
    version 2.0 with the base kit service pack for TCPIP 2.0.

SUMMARY OF RESOLUTION:
    The customer will need obtain support from the Internet.

DETAILS OF RESOLUTION:
    If the customer is running Web Explorer they must obtain support 
    from the internet.

    The support news group on the internet newsgroup is:
       comp.os.os2.networking.tcp-ip

==TITLE: 941122 INSTALLING OS/2 WARP, INTERNAL CDROM DRIVE CONNECTED

              TO A SOUNDCARD DIRECTLY (NOT A SEPERATE CONTROLLER 
              CARD).==

DESCRIPTION OF SYMPTOMS:
    Not recognizing cdrom.  OS2CDROM.DMD not found.

RESOLUTION:
    This is a hardware related problem.  User needs to do the 
    following:
    On the back of the cdrom drive is a jumper which controls the bus 
    device number.  OS/2 install requires it to be on 0 (zero).
    Most sound board manufacturers leave it at the factory default 
    of 1.  If it is anything other than 0, the install disk #1 will 
    not load the driver " OS2CDROM.DMD " and will stop installation 
    with a red screen saying it can't find the cdrom.

==TITLE: 941123 INSTALLING WARP ON A SYSTEM WITH FUTURE DOMAIN 1680,

              FIRST PHASE HANG WITH A BLINKING CURSOR.  NO LOGO 
              ON THE FIRST REBOOT.==

DESCRIPTION OF SYMPTOMS:
    Installing WARP on a system with Future Domain 1680 SCSI 
    controller and Toshiba 3401b CDROM, hang after the first reboot 
    with a blinking cursor on the top left hand corner.  No logo,
    just a black screen with blinking cursor. This is on a 1.5gb
    Maxtor hardfile.

SUMMARY OF RESOLUTION:
    User has low-level formatted the hardfile under the Future Domain 
    utilities, but did not partition the drive and high-level
    format under this utilities.  The Maxtor drive cylinders set is 
    incorrect, showing 816 instead of actual 1014 cylinders.  The
    hardfile was NOT correctly defined previously therefore causing 
    this problem.

DETAILS OF RESOLUTION:
    Make sure the hardfile is correctly define and format under the 
    Future Domain Utilities to avoid this problem.

==TITLE: 941123 INSTALLING WARP ON A SYSTEM WITH CDROM (TOSHIBA)

              CONNECTED TO AN ADAPTEC 1542C, GETTING A RED SCREEN NO 
              CDROM DEVICE SUPPORT FOUND.==

DESCRIPTION OF SYMPTOMS:
    Red screen on DISK #1, message no cdrom device support found.

RESOLUTION:
    Under the Adaptec setting option (Ctrl+A), disable the FAST 
    SCSI and Synchronize option.
    This will enabled OS/2 WARP install DISK #1 to recognize the 
    cdrom.
    Note: The system has also a SoundBlaster card, but the 
    cdrom (Toshiba) is connected to the Adaptec 1542C SCSI 
    controller.

==TITLE: 941129 C0000005 ON DISK #1 INSTALLATION OF WARP

              CS:EIP = 013b : 00000ced CSLIM = 000025ab ==

DESCRIPTION OF SYMPTOMS:

    Installation of WARP, on Disk 1 received the following error:
    "A program in this session encountered a problem and 
     cannot continue.
     c0000005
     P1 =00000000 P2 =ffffffff P3 =xxxxxxxx P4 =xxxxxxxx
     EAX=00000002 EBX=ffe4a814 ECX=00000041 EDX=ffe28c44
     ESI=ffe4000a EDI=ff3f0008
     DS=03cb  DSACC=00f3  DSLIM=000007ff
     ES=0130  ESACC=00f3  ESLIM=00005133
     FS=0000  FSACC=****  FSLIM=********
     GS=0000  GSACC=****  GSLIM=********
     CS:EIP=013b:00000ced CSACC=00fb  CSLIM=000025ab
     SS:EIP=0017:00000fc6 SSACC=00f3  SSLIM=00000fff
     EBP=00000433 FLG=00013202

SUMMARY OF RESOLUTION:

    Check the CONFIG.SYS, user has edited this file and instead of 
    putting " REM " for remarks out the statement, user put a non-
    alphabet characters.  For example, instead of the following:
    REM basedev=ibm1s506.add
    user has put 
    ;basedev=ibm1s506.add  (a semi-colon " ; ")
    This above will result the c0000005 error on disk #1.

DETAILS OF RESOLUTION:

    Make sure the user does not use any non alphabet characters for 
    any statements on the config.sys.
    Under OS/2, everytime a statement needs to be REMarks out,
    user REM instead of ";" or non alphabet characters.

== TITLE: 941205 GENERAL PROBLEMS ON INSTALLATION OF WARP, MAINTENANCE

              DESKTOP OR BEFORE THE FINAL REBOOT== 

DESCRIPTION OF SYMPTOMS:

    1. Customer receives sys3175 in os2mm.dll (PJ16290) on first 
       reboot or Maintenance Desktop.
    2. Customer receives sys3175 in unpack2.exe, when continuing 
       installation through the maintenance desktop on any diskette.
    3. OS2 is unable to operate your hard disk or your diskette drive.
    4. System hangs on maintenance desktop.
    5. System beeps on diskette #7 when asking for the diskette.

RESOLUTION:

    Remark out the basedev=xxxxxxx.add from config.sys on the harddrive 
    except ibmint13.i13 and ibm%flpy.add and the cdrom 
    controller device driver (Where xxxxxx can be any character and % is 
    replaced by 2 for microchannel system and a 1 if any other system).
    Also refer customer for possible 174 in Users Guide to OS/2 book 
    additional explanation and actions.
    If customer has Ethernet Card (NE2000 Compatible), ask to 
    customer to remove it (PJ15955).

==TITLE: 941103 INSTALLING S3964 DRIVERS ON WARP OS/2 VERSION 3.0 USING

              S3'S DRIVERS (THOSE WRITTEN BY S3 CORP.)==

DESCRIPTION OF SYMPTOMS:

    Problems installing the S3 drivers for the S3 964 chip on system with 
    OS/2 v3.0
        1.  The install does not finish 
        2.  The install hangs 

SUMMARY OF RESOLUTION:

    1.  Edit the S3inst.cmd file 
    2.  Change all references to x:\os2 to x:\os2\boot.
         (X: = drive where os2 resides)
    The drivers in original format will not install because the reference 
    the Os2 directory.  Os2 v 3.0 installs the drivers into the Os2\Boot
    directory.

DETAILS OF RESOLUTION:

    1.  Edit the S3INST.CMD file by:
         a.  Place the S3 driver diskette into the disk drive.
         b.  Change to the disk drive 
         c.  Pull S3INST.CMD into an editor 
    2.  Change the reference from X:\OS2 TO X:\OS2\BOOT
         ('X' = drive where OS/2 resides)
         Note: The drivers in the original format will not install since 
                 reference is to the \OS2 directory.  OS/2 v3.0 installs 
                 drivers into the \OS2\BOOT directory 

TITLE: 941129 WARP PACKAGE UPDATE - HOW TO FIND OUT WHICH WARP 
              PACKAGE THE CUSTOMER RECEIVED 

DESCRIPTION OF SYMPTOMS:

    How to tell which WARP Package the customer is running.

SUMMARY OF RESOLUTION:

    Check the manufactured packages.
    The SYSINST1.EXE file has been updated.

DETAILS OF RESOLUTION:

    The only file that was changed in the updated WARP Package is 
    SYSINST1.EXE.  This file is located on Disk 1 or CD Rom 1 and 
    is installed to:

         X:\OS2\INSTALL\BOOTDISK\SYSINST1.EXE

    The old file size for SYSINST1.EXE is 4992 bytes, dated 10-08-94.
    The new file size for SYSINST1.EXE is 4960 bytes, dated 10-25-94.

                       ************************

 The following should be used to distinguish the original GA 
 version of WARP from the updated packages, or from newly 
 manufactured packages.

 1. 16-Digit Code on Bottom of WARP Box (1st 6 Digits are Date of Mfg)
   - If Down-Level (not reworked) will have date prior to 10/29/94
   - If Reworked, will have Original Code w/date prior to 10/29/94
     PLUS Additional 16-Digit Code that will reflect date of rework 
   - Single 16-Digit Code w/date After 10/29, reflects newly 
     Manufactured Product, w/revised code.

 2. Shipping Carton of any "REWORKED" Product will have a single 
    WHITE STICKER (no text) on outside of Box.  White sticker will 
    be visible thru pallet.

 3. Diskette Label of Diskette 1 has revised Part Number (P/N):
    83G8658 (for Diskette Version)
    83G8661 (for CD-ROM Version)

TITLE: 941130 TRAP000E WITH CS:EIP 0160:FFF6EFBE

DESCRIPTION OF SYMPTOMS:

    Customer receives a Trap000e with cs:eip 0160:FFF6EFBE when 
    running laps WR06000 and/or lan server IP07000.  The function 
    name which is failing is _VMGetSem.

SUMMARY OF RESOLUTION:

    Customer must upgrade to the latest csd's for Laps and Lan 
    server.  (WR07045 and IP07045)

DETAILS OF RESOLUTION:

    If a customer receives a Trap000E with CS:EIP 0160:FFF6EFBE they 
    must upgrade their Laps to WR07045 and Lan Server to IP07045.

    NOTE:  This may not necessarily pertain to Laps and Lan Server.  If
    the customer is running any other Product such as Novell, other 
    Lan software, or specific drivers make sure they are updated to 
    the latest version.

TITLE: 941209 System hangs with Adaptec 2740/2742 controller with 
              cdrom attached.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMPTOMS:
    Attempting to access a CDROM attached to an Adaptec 2740/2742
    scsi controller causes trap or system hang.

SUMMARY OF RESOLUTION:
    Disable tagged queing for the AIC7770.ADD driver.

DETAILS OF RESOLUTION:
    1. Edit the OS2 config.sys file.

    2. Change the line 

       BASEDEV=AIC7770.ADD
                  to 
       BASEDEV=AIC7770.ADD /A:0 /TAG:1

    3. Shut down system and then reboot for change to take effect.

TITLE: 941208 SHUTDOWN FAILS UNDER OS/2 2.11 OR WARP DUE TO LOTUS 
              CC:MAIL BEING ON THE SYSTEM 

DESCRIPTION OF SYMPTOMS:
    In some cases, after installing CCMail Client on a system running 
    WARP 3.0, the user will be unable to successfully shutdown.

SUMMARY OF RESOLUTION:
    CCmail is aware of this and the 1.04 build will address this 
    issue.

DETAILS OF RESOLUTION:
    To work around this problem:
        Make sure the user either has their CCMail folder open, or 
        places a shadow of any object within the CCMail folder on the 
        OS/2 desktop, prior to shutdown.

    ALSO, word from a Lotus support tech is that if the IN BOX has a 
    shadow on the Desktop, then the problem will not occur.

    This problem will be addressed in the version 1.04 of CCmail.
    The most current version of CCMail Client is 1.03 and 1.04 is 
    scheduled to be available early 1995.

TITLE: 941207 WARP ERROR MESSAGE "DRIVE X NOT READY PRESS ANY KEY"

DESCRIPTION OF SYMPTOMS:

    CUSTOMERS USING THE BOOT MANAGER FEATURE UNDER OS/2 WARP MAY GET 
    THE ERROR MESSAGE "DRIVE 1 NOT READY PRESS ANY KEY" AND THE SYSTEM 
    BOOTS NORMALLY. OTHER DRIVES NUMBERS MAY ALSO BE REPORTED AS NOT 
    READY. THIS IS MOST PREVALENT ON COMPUTERS THAT UTILIZE A SCSI 
    HOST ADAPTER.

SUMMARY OF RESOLUTION:

    THE CUSTOMER SHOULD CHECK THE HARDWARE SETTINGS OF ALL THE 
    DRIVES IN HIS SYSTEM. ON SYSTEMS WITH SCSI HOST ADAPTERS, BE 
    CERTAIN THAT ONLY BOOTABLE DRIVES HAVE A SCSI ID OF 0 OR 1.
    USING FDISK FROM A PREVIOUS VERSION OF OS/2 TO INSTALL THE 
    BOOTMANAGER WILL CIRCUMVENT THE MESSAGE.

DETAILS OF RESOLUTION:

    THE ERROR MESSAGE APPEARING IS THE RESULT OF ADDITIONAL 
    MESSAGEING THAT WAS ADDED TO ALERT A USER THAT AN EXTERNAL 
    DRIVE MAY NOT BE POWERED ON. ONE OF THE REASONS THAT IT APPEARS 
    FOR WARP USERS WITHOUT EXTERNAL DRIVES MAY BE A NON STANDARD 
    IMPLENTATION OF THE BIOS IN THE USERS SCSI CARD. USING 
    THE FDISK PROGRAM FROM A PREVIOUS VERSION OF OS/2 WILL STOP 
    THE ERROR MESSAGE FROM APPEARING. FDISK.COM IS LOCATED ON DISK 1 
    OF MOST VERSIONS OF OS/2 INSTALLATION DISKETTES, IT IS ALSO IN THE 
    \OS2SE21\DISK_2 DIRECTORY OF MOST OS/2 CDROMS.

TITLE: 941207 IPE 0160:FFFBA0FC - 000D:000680FC, 1163, 7019 ON DISK 1 
              INTERNAL REVISION 8.162 94/09/19

DESCRIPTION OF SYMPTOMS:
    Installing WARP on Disk #1 when the user replaced the IBMKBD.SYS
    with the size of 29,525, will get the following IPE.
    *************** IPE 16/32-bit *************************
      THE SYSTEM DETECTED AN INTERNAL PROCESSING 
      ERROR AT LOCATION # 0160:fffba0fc - 000d:000680fc
       1163, 7019 
      048600b4 
      INTERNAL REVISION  8.162      94/09/19
    *********** end IPE 16/32-bit ************************

RESOLUTION:
    User has downloaded the wrong IBMKBD.SYS file.
    The file size should be 4,677 and dated 7/30/94.
    Note: this file is the temporarily fix for PJ16077 

TITLE: 941209 WHAT IDE CD-ROMS ARE COMPATIBLE WITH OS2 Warp?
              AND HOW DO I MAKE THEM WORK?

DESCRIPTION OF SYMPTOMS:
    CDROM NOT WORKING UNDER WARP 

SUMMARY OF RESOLUTION:
    What Follows is a list of CD-ROMs that are known to be compatible 
    with Warp and how to make them work.

DETAILS OF RESOLUTION:

    The IDE hard disk driver, IBM1S506.ADD, was made aware of ATAPI.
    This driver will claim all ATAPI devices and mark them as generic 
    devices. The IBMIDECD.FLT filter loads afterwards and scans all 
    drivers for generic ATAPI devices. If it locates one, it will decide 
    if that device is a CDROM.

    Note:  In addition to IBM1S506.ADD and IBMIDECD.FLT, all CD-ROM
    in the table below require the OS2CDROM.DMD and CDFS.IFS device 
    These are added automatically when the selective install is done.

    CDROM.

    An IDE CDROM cannot be a master while a hard drive is being a slave.
    You cannot use the IBMINT13.I13 for an IDE CDROM.

         -------------------------------------
         Manufacturer  |Model      |  Notes  |
         --------------|-----------|---------|
         Mitsumi       |FX001DE    |    1    |
         ------------------------------------|
         NEC           |CDR-250    |         |
                       |CDR-260    |    2    |
                       |NEC 2vi    |         |
         ------------------------------------|
         Sony          |55E        |    1    |
                       |55D        |    1    |
         ------------------------------------|
         Panasonic     |571        |         |
         ------------------------------------|
         Wearnes       |CDD-120    |         |
         -------------------------------------

    Notes:

    1. The Mitsumi and Sony cdroms may have problems because they are not 
       ATAPI 1.2 compliant. This should be fixed with updated drivers.

    2. NEC 260 cdroms that ship with some Gateway systems adhere to the 
       1.7 spec instead of 1.2. For these cdroms, the BASEDEV=IBM1S506. A 
       line in the OS2 config.sys file has to be edited as follows:

                BASEDEV=IBM1S506.ADD /A:x /U:y /ATAPI

       The /A switch refers to the adapter number that the cdrom 
       is attached to. The /U option references the unit or device 
       number on a particular adapter. The /ATAPI parameter 
       enables ATA Packet Interface protocol for the NEC 260. If the 
       cdrom is attached to the second IDE port or adapter in a 
       system and is the only device on the adapter you would 
       enter:

                BASEDEV=IBM1S506.ADD /A:1 /U:0 /ATAPI

TITLE: 941201 Philips cdrom causes boot problem if /m parameter used 

DESCRIPTION OF SYMPTOMS:

    After setting the number of 2500 byte CD frame buffers to a value 
    greater than the default value, OS2 will not boot. The default value 
    is 16, the maximum 26, and the minimum 8. If customer is loading 
    the LMS205.ADD driver, the line in config.sys would read 

              BASEDEV=LMS205.ADD /m:26

    to specify 26 2500 byte CD frame buffers.
    With the Philips 206 cdrom, the line would read 

              BASEDEV=LMS206.ADD /m:

SUMMARY OF RESOLUTION:

    Change the number of CD frame buffers back to the default value.

DETAILS OF RESOLUTION:

    Please follow these instructions:

    1. Bring up the OS2 config.sys in an editor.

    2. Check the config.sys for the statements 

        BASEDEV=LMS205.ADD /m:26

    3. Remove the /m:26 so the line reads 

        BASEDEV=LMS205.ADD

    4. Save the file, shutdown and reboot for the changes to take 
       effect.

October 25, 1995 

                    Personal Systems Support Family 

                       Platform Offering Options 
 ----------------------------------------------------------------------

 +--------------------------------------------------------------------+
 | Figure 1 (Page 1 of 2). Platform Offering Options                  |
 +--------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
 |              | SUPPORT LINE    | SUPPORT LINE    | SUPPORT LINE    |
 |              | PER INCIDENT    | STANDARD        | PREMIUM         |
 +--------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
 | Fees         | $190 Per        | $4,495 for      | $29,995 for     |
 |              | Incident        | Unlimited       | Unlimited       |
 |              |                 | Incidents       | Incidents       |
 |              |                 | ($4,050 with    | ($28,645 with   |
 |              |                 | certification)  | certification)  |
 +--------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
 | Support for  | Not Applicable  | Priced Per      | All products    |
 | Additional   |                 | Product Added   | are included    |
 | Products     |                 |                 |                 |
 +--------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
 | Support      | 8 AM to 5 PM    | 8 AM to 5 PM    | 24 X 7          |
 | Hours        | Customer Time   | Customer Time   | (excluding      |
 |              | Zone - Monday   | Zone - Monday   | Christmas Day)  |
 |              | through Friday  | through Friday  |                 |
 |              | (excluding U.S. | (excluding U.S. |                 |
 |              | national        | national        |                 |
 |              | holidays)       | holidays)       |                 |
 +--------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
 | 24 X 7       | $260 Per        | $1,575          | Included        |
 | Coverage     | Incident        | additional      |                 |
 |              |                 | ($6,070 total   |                 |
 |              |                 | includes the    |                 |
 |              |                 | base operating  |                 |
 |              |                 | system)*        |                 |
 +--------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
 | Priority     | Not Applicable  | $4,995          | Included        |
 | Handling     |                 | additional      |                 |
 +--------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
 | Customer     | Not Applicable  | 2 primary / 2   | 6 primary / 6   |
 | Contacts     |                 | alternates      | alternates      |
 | Included     |                 |                 | (includes 2     |
 |              |                 |                 | primary and 2   |
 |              |                 |                 | alternates for  |
 |              |                 |                 | extended hours  |
 |              |                 |                 | coverage)       |
 +--------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
 | Additional   | Not Applicable  | $2,995 each     | $2,995 each     |
 | Customer     |                 |                 |                 |
 | Contacts     |                 |                 |                 |
 +--------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
 | Multivendor  | Not Applicable  | $1,995          | Included        |
 | Coordination |                 | additional      |                 |
 +--------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
 |              | SUPPORT LINE    | SUPPORT LINE    | SUPPORT LINE    |
 |              | PER INCIDENT    | STANDARD        | PREMIUM         |
 +--------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
 | Monthly      | Not Applicable  | Included        | Included        |
 | Activity     |                 |                 |                 |
 | Reports      |                 |                 |                 |
 +--------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
 | NOTE:  * The charge for Extended Hours Coverage includes the       |
 | OPERATING SYSTEM ONLY.  24 X 7 coverage for each additional        |
 | product is subject to a 35% premium of the cost of support for     |
 | that product, on a product-by-product basis, and must be added to  |
 | the base charge.                                                   |
 |                                                                    |
 | A 10% discount will apply for multiple purchases of either Support |
 | Line Standard or Support Line Premium.  Discounts do not apply to  |
 | optional charges.                                                  |
 +--------------------------------------------------------------------+
************************************************************************                     
Personal Systems Support Family                                    
Fees  
----------------------------------------------------------------------   
PERSONAL SYSTEMS FORUM   o   Forum - No charge   o   
IBM  TalkLink  Fee  -  $18  per  month (plus one-time 
registration      charge of $15)    PERSONAL SYSTEMS 
TECHNICAL CONNECTION PERSONAL SOFTWARE CD-ROM   o   
Single copy - $59   o   Annual Subscription - Quarterly 
updates $119   o   Annual Subscription - Monthly updates 
$299   PERSONAL SYSTEMS CONSULT LINE, PER HOUR 
(MINIMUM OF 1 HOUR)   $240   IBM HOUSE CALL, PER HOUR 
(MINIMUM OF 2 HOURS)   o   Hourly - $170   o   2 - 19 
Hours - $170 per hour   o   20 -99 Hours - $155 per hour   o   
100+ Hours - $140 per hour    CUSTOMER APPLICATION 
ASSISTANCE, PER HOUR   $240   DESKTOP APPLICATION 
SUPPORT   o   $64 per Incident   o   $600 for 10 Incidents   
TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS   Annual Subscription - $50  
***********************************************************************                     
Personal Systems Support Family                        Single 
User Services Options  
---------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 +--------------------------------------------------------------------+
 | Figure 2. Single User Services Options                             |
 +--------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
 |              | SINGLE INCIDENT | SINGLE INCIDENT | UNLIMITED       |
 |              | - 800 #         | - 900 #         | INCIDENTS       |
 +--------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
 | Contract     | Single Incident | Single Incident | Annual          |
 | Period       |                 |                 |                 |
 +--------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
 | Fees         | $45.00 Per      | $2.00 Per       | $179.00 Per     |
 |              | Incident        | Minute, $50     | Year            |
 |              |                 | Maximum Per     |                 |
 |              |                 | Incident        |                 |
 +--------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
 | Standard     | OS/2 & DOS      | OS/2 & DOS      | OS/2 & DOS      |
 | Products     |                 |                 | (limited        |
 |              |                 |                 | product set)    |
 +--------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
 | Extended     | N/A             | N/A             | N/A             |
 | Products     |                 |                 |                 |
 +--------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
 | Support      | 8AM to 5PM      | 8AM to 8PM      | 8AM to 5PM      |
 | Hours        | Customer Time   | Eastern Time -  | Customer Time   |
 |              | Zone - Monday   | Monday through  | Zone - Monday   |
 |              | through Sunday  | Sunday          | through Sunday  |
 |              | (excluding U.S. | (excluding U.S. | (excluding U.S. |
 |              | national        | national        | national        |
 |              | holidays)       | holidays)       | holidays)       |
 +--------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
 | 24 X 7       | N/A (Customer   | N/A             | N/A             |
 |              | can purchase    |                 |                 |
 |              | platform 24 X 7 |                 |                 |
 |              | Single Incident |                 |                 |
 |              | if required)    |                 |                 |
 +--------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
 | Priority     | N/A             | N/A             | N/A             |
 | Handling     |                 |                 |                 |
 +--------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
 | # of         | N/A             | N/A             | Single User,    |
 | Contacts     |                 |                 | Single License  |
 +--------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
 | Multivendor  | N/A             | N/A             | N/A             |
 | Coordination |                 |                 |                 |
 +--------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
 | Monthly      | N/A             | N/A             | N/A             |
 | Activity     |                 |                 |                 |
 | Reports      |                 |                 |                 |
 +--------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+

TITLE: 941208 INSTALLING WARP ON VALUEPOINT 6384-199 (P60/D), ON DISK 
              #1 HANGS WITH DISKETTE LIGHT ON AND LOGO DISPLAYED.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMPTOMS:
    Attempting to install OS/2 Warp on ValuePoint 6384-199 (P60/D).
    Installing from diskettes.  Boot from installation diskette,
    load disk 1 when requested  disk 1 hangs with diskette light 
    on and logo displayed.
    ALT-F2 shows nothing.  No driver has been loaded.
    Turned off int/ext cache and shadowing ROM did not help.

RESOLUTION:
    These ValuePoint systems came with the Flash EEPROM level 
    0.13.01.AV0M and it has an AMI BIOS.  User needs to download 
    VPP60FL6.DSK from the BBS in Raleigh 919-517-0001.  The
    new BIOS is 1.00.06.AV0M.
    Contact PS/VP Technical support for more informations on 
    getting this new Flash EEPROM upgrade.

TITLE: 941212 COULD NOT LOCATE VROBJ.DLL (OS/2 WARP BONUSPAK)

DESCRIPTION OF SYMPTOMS:

    Customer is attempting to run the BonusPak Installation 
    Utility (INSTALL.CMD).  The program starts up and issues 
    five "1 file(s) copied" messages and then pops up an error 
    box that states: " BPIU.EXE - COULD NOT LOCATE VROBJ.DLL ".

SUMMARY OF RESOLUTION:

    Somehow the customer's LIBPATH statement has been changed 
    such that the ".;" (dot semicolon) has been deleted from 
    the LIBPATH.  The LIBPATH statement in CONFIG.SYS should 
    look similar to this: LIBPATH=.;C:\OS2\DLL;C:\OS2\MDOS;
    continuing on to the end.  NOTE: C is drive where OS/2
    Warp is installed.

DETAILS OF RESOLUTION:

    If your customer is experiencing this error with the 
    BonusPak Installation Utility, have the customer check 
    his CONFIG.SYS file and look for the .; in the LIBPATH 
    statement.  It normally should be the first entry in 
    the list of subdirectories.  On a newly installed machine 
    it is the first item.  It may however be located anywhere 
    on the LIBPATH= line.  Ask the customer if he might have 
    edited this line in his CONFIG.SYS or installed any 
    applications that stated that they were going to edit 
    or update CONFIG.SYS.  That will be the way to determine 
    how the line might have gotten modified.  OS/2 Warp needs 
    the .; in the LIBPATH to function correctly.

    A missing .; in the LIBPATH can result in all sorts of 
    errors occurring with different programs of the BonusPak 
    and the system in general.

TITLE: 941207 USER MAY GET SYS3175 IN INSTALL.EXE WHILE INSTALLING 
              WARP ON ZEOS PANTERA SYSTEM.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMPTOMS:

    User may get the following SYS3175 in Install.exe during OS/2
    3.0 Installation on Zeos Pantera P90 System.
    . 
    *************** SYS3175 32-bit***************
    A program generated an acess violation at 0004d8a9 
    install.exe 0004:0000d8a9
    P1=00000008 P2=000000a0 P3=xxxxxxxx P4=xxxxxxxx  EAX=00000000
    EBX=00000004 ECX=00000005 EDX=bed80127
    ESI=00000d22 EDI=00005628
    DS=008f  DSACC=00f3  DSLIM=0000d12f
    ES=0127  ESACC=00f3 ESLIM=00000d22
    FS=150b  FSACC=00f3  FSLIM=00000030
    GS=0000 GSACC=****  GSLIM=********
    CS:EIP=0027:0000d8a9 CSACC=00fb CSLIM=0000daa9
    SS:EIP=008f:0000a7d2 SSACC=00f3  SSLIM=0000d12f
    EBP=0000a7e8 FLG=00012246
    *************** SYS3175 32-bit End ***********

SUMMARY OF RESOLUTION:

    Contact Zeos Technical Support for Bios Upgrade Information.

DETAILS OF RESOLUTION:

    If a system has a Flash Bios Version less than V9.0, user needs to 
    upgrade his Bios to 9.0 which can be downloaded from Zeos Bulletin 
    Board System at 612-362-1219. Once the bios is upgraded, the hard-
    ware settings for IDE drive in CMOS should be configured as 
    following.

              Multi Sector = Disable 
              Pre Set      = Disable 
              LBA          = Enable 

    For more info, please contact Zeos Technical Support.

This section contains a collection of all the README files 
included with OS/2 Warp version 3 and its BonusPak 
applications. 
        OS/2 WARP VERSION 3 README 

  Welcome to OS/2* Warp Version 3 (OS/2 Warp).
  This README contains the latest information available.
  It also contains helpful hints found in our testing.

  The README is only one source of information provided 
  with OS/2 Warp.  Greater detail can be found in:

  o   User's Guide to OS/2 Warp 
  o   Using OS/2, a new tutorial 
  o   The Information Folder located on the Desktop,
      which provides new online books to help you learn 
      and develop skills using OS/2 Warp:

      -   Master Help Index 
      -   Command Reference 
      -   REXX Information 
      -   Multimedia 
      -   Printing in OS/2
      -   Performance Considerations 
      -   Application Considerations 
      -   Windows Programs in OS/2

      The Application Considerations online book, for 
      example, contains helpful hints on running games 
      under OS/2 Warp.  The Printing in OS/2 online book 
      helps with installing new printers or solving 
      problems.  These are a few of the many items 
      found in the new online books.

  To help you locate information in this README, you 
  can use the Find option in the Edit menu of the OS/2
  System Editor.  You can print the file by dragging it 
  to your printer object or by using the Print choice 
  on the pop-up menu.

  CONTENTS 
  ________

 1.0   Creating Diskette Images from the OS/2 CD 

 2.0   Enhanced IDE Hard Drives Greater than 528MB 

 3.0   Multiple Versions of Windows**

 4.0   Win32s** Versions 1.0 and 1.1 Applications 

 5.0   Repetitive Sounds or No Sound After System 
        Installation 

 6.0   Desktop Settings Notebook 

 7.0   Monochrome Monitors 

 8.0   Lotus** Notes Does Not Support Comet Cursor 

 9.0   Lotus Approach 3.0 Needs to Have Memory Setting 
       Adjusted

10.0   Pen for OS/2

11.0   Startup Warning Message 

12.0   Changing Display Resolution Using the System Object 

13.0   Trademarks 

 1.0   CREATING DISKETTE IMAGES FROM THE OS/2 CD 
       _________________________________________

  To create diskette images from the OS/2 CD after OS/2
  Warp has been installed, you must first find out how 
  many diskettes you will need.  Follow these 
  procedures:

  1.  Place the OS/2 CD in the CD-ROM drive.
  2.  Type DIR X:\DISKIMGS\OS2\35  /W (where X: is the 
      CD-ROM drive) and press Enter.
  3.  When a list of files appears on your screen,
      count the files that end with the .DSK extension.
      Each .DSK file requires one formatted diskette.

  Use the following command to create each diskette 
  image:

    X:\DISKIMGS\XDFCOPY X:\DISKIMGS\OS2\35\diskname.dsk A:

  where:

  X:                       Is the drive letter of the 
                           CD-ROM drive.

  \DISKIMGS\XDFCOPY        Is the location and name of 
                           the program used to create 
                           the diskettes.

  \DISKIMGS\OS2\35         Is the location of the files 
                           containing the diskette 
                           images.

  DISKNAME.DSK             Is the diskette image file 
                           name (for example,
                           DISK0.DSK).

  A:                       Is the drive letter of your 
                           3.5-inch diskette drive.

  For example, to create the Installation Diskette 
  (DISK0.DSK), type the following and press Enter:

    X:\DISKIMGS\XDFCOPY X:\DISKIMGS\OS2\35\DISK0.DSK A:

  (where X: is the CD-ROM drive and A: is the diskette 
  drive.)

 2.0  ENHANCED IDE HARD DRIVES GREATER THAN 528MB 
      ___________________________________________

  If you have an Enhanced IDE hard drive that has a 
  capacity of greater than 528MB (greater than 1024 
  cylinders), note the following restrictions:

  The FAT file system is limited to partition sizes of 
  less than 1024 cylinders.

  The HPFS file system can support data partitions that 
  are greater than 1024 cylinders.  However, the partition 
  from which OS/2 is started cannot be greater than 1024 
  cylinders.  The HPFS file system can support drives up 
  to 2GB.

 3.0  MULTIPLE VERSIONS OF WINDOWS 
      ____________________________

  OS/2 Warp does not support multiple versions of 
  Windows (for example, Windows 3.1 on drive D and 
  Windows for Workgroups** 3.1 on drive E) or multiple 
  installations of the same Windows version (for
  example, Windows 3.1 on drive D and Windows 3.1 on 
  drive E).

 4.0  WIN32S VERSIONS 1.0 AND 1.1 APPLICATIONS 
      ________________________________________

  Install your Win32s applications in a WIN-OS/2*
  Full-Screen session.  You can then run your Win32s 
  applications in either a WIN-OS/2 Window or Full-Screen
  session.

 5.0  REPETITIVE SOUNDS OR NO SOUND AFTER SYSTEM 
      __________________________________________
      INSTALLATION 
      ____________

  If your computer produces unusual or repetitive 
  sounds, or no sounds at all, after you have installed 
  OS/2 Warp, you might have a mismatch between the device 
  driver parameters supplied by OS/2 and the sound 
  adapter card or the BIOS setting of your computer.

  To determine if this situation exists, use the RMVIEW 
  utility program to display the OS/2 device driver 
  types and parameters installed on your computer.  The
  program quickly scrolls through the device types.
  The audio card is in the last section of the devices.

  1.  Open an OS/2 Window or Full Screen session.
  2.  Type the following:

        RMVIEW (press Enter)

  3.  Note the following parameters (where X will be 
      replaced by a value):

        I/O = 0X0XXX 
        IRQ Level = X 
        DMA Channel = X 

      These are the parameters that OS/2 is using for 
      your audio device.
  4.  Refer to the hardware documentation that came 
      with your audio card to determine the hardware 
      settings of your audio card.  Note the following 
      parameters:

        Port address or I/O = 0X0XXX 
        Interrupt level or IRQ Level = X 
        DMA Channel = X 

  5.  If hardware and software settings are not the 
      same:
      a.  Select OS/2 System from the OS/2 Desktop.
      b.  Select System Setup.
      c.  Select Selective Install.
      d.  Select the Multimedia Device Support icon.
          The Device Selections and Settings window 
          appears.  The audio card appears in the 
          Devices(s) in System to be Installed window.
      e.  Select the Device Settings push button.  A
          window appears with your port address, DMA,
          and Interrupt Level settings.
      f.  Select the values that match the hardware 
          settings for your audio card.  Then select 
          OK.
      g.   When the Device Selections and Settings 
          window reappears, select OK.
      h.  When the System Configuration screen 
          reappears, select OK.
      i.  At the OS/2 Setup and Installation screen,
          select Install.
      j.  When the Source Directory window appears,
          select Install.
      k.  Follow the instructions that appear on your 
          screen.
  6.  Shut down and restart your computer so that these 
      changes will take effect.

  If the sound problem continues, there might be a 
  conflict with the BIOS settings of your computer.  To
  determine if this condition exists, you will need:

  o   The hardware utility diskette for your computer 
  o   The documentation that came with your computer 

  When you have the diskette and documentation, follow 
  these steps to determine the hardware configuration:

  1.  Insert the hardware utility diskette into drive 
      A.
  2.  View the BIOS settings that are configured for 
      your computer.  Refer to your hardware 
      documentation for details about viewing this 
      information.
  3.  Compare the IRQ Level from the RMVIEW utility 
      program display with the hardware IRQ or 
      Interrupt Level found in the hardware 
      documentation.  If the hardware IRQ or Interrupt 
      Level for the LPT port is set to enable at 5 or 
      7, disable it.  Refer to your hardware 
      documentation for details about disabling and 
      saving the new settings.

  NOTE:  OS/2 Warp parallel printing no longer requires 
         an IRQ setting.

  If you experience unusual sounds in a WIN-OS/2*
  session, refer to the online help contained in the 
  Multimedia book located in the Information folder on 
  your Desktop.

 6.0  DESKTOP SETTINGS NOTEBOOK 
      _________________________

  When using the Archive page of the Desktop Settings 
  notebook, specify a drive that is managed by the same 
  file system as the drive on which your Desktop 
  resides.  For example, if your Desktop is managed by 
  the FAT file system, do not specify a drive for an 
  Archive location that is managed by HPFS.

  Use the FDISK OS/2 command to display the file system 
  of the drive on which your Desktop resides.  The file 
  system is displayed in the FS Type field.

 7.0  MONOCHROME MONITORS 
      ___________________

  If you are using a laptop computer (such as the IBM*
  ThinkPad* 750 or 750P) with a monochrome display and 
  the Western Digital** display driver is installed,
  you might experience problems with the way the cursor 
  is displayed.  For example, when you use Alt+Esc to 
  switch from a full-screen session to the OS/2
  Desktop, the cursor might appear completely black 
  until it is moved.  In addition, changing the size of 
  a window with the mouse can leave a trail of 
  discolored pixels as the cursor moves.  These
  problems do not occur on an external color monitor or 
  when the VGA driver is installed.

 8.0  LOTUS NOTES DOES NOT SUPPORT COMET CURSOR 
      _________________________________________

  You cannot use the OS/2 Warp Comet Cursor with 
  Lotus Notes.

 9.0  LOTUS APPROACH 3.0 NEEDS TO HAVE MEMORY SETTING 
      _______________________________________________
      ADJUSTED 
      ________

  To use Lotus Approach 3.0, change the DOS memory 
  setting DPMI_MEMORY_LIMIT from 64 to 10 before you 
  run the application.  Do the following:

  1.  Display the pop-up menu for the Lotus Approach 
      3.0 object, the WIN-OS/2 Window object, or the 
      WIN-OS/2 Full Screen object.
  2.  Select Settings.
  3.  Select the Session tab.
  4.  Select the WIN-OS/2 Settings push button.
  5.  Select the last radio button, All DOS and 
      WIN-OS/2 settings.
  6.  Select OK.
  7.  Scroll down to DPMI_MEMORY_LIMIT and select it.
  8.  Change the value from 64 to 10.  Then select 
      the Save push button.
  9.  Close the Settings notebook.

 10.0  PEN FOR OS/2
       ____________

  When you are installing or reinstalling Pen for OS/2,
  you might receive the following message:

  SYS1059:  The system cannot execute the specified program.

  If you receive this message, you must apply a fix to 
  the Pen installation program.

  1.  Install the PATCH utilities:
      a.  Select OS/2 System.
      b.  Select System Setup.
      c.  Select Selective Install.
      d.  Select OK on the System Configuration window.
      e.  Select Serviceability and Diagnostics Aids.
      f.  Select Install from the OS/2 Setup and 
          Installation window and follow the 
          instructions on the screen.
  2.  To apply the fix to the Pen for OS/2 installation 
      program, follow these steps:
      o   If you are reinstalling Pen for OS/2:
          a.  Copy the PEN.DAT file, which is located 
              in the \DISK10 directory on the OS/2
              CD-ROM, to the drive and directory where 
              you have Pen for OS/2 installed.
          b.  Change to the drive and directory where 
              you have Pen for OS/2 installed.  At an 
              OS/2 command prompt, type:

                PATCH PEN.DAT /A  (press Enter)

      o   If you are installing Pen for OS/2 for the 
          first time:
          a.  Copy the PEN.DAT file, which is located 
              in the \DISK10 directory on the OS/2
              CD-ROM, to the PEN for OS/2 Diskette 1.
          b.  Insert the Pen for OS/2 Diskette 1 into 
              drive A.
          c.  From an OS/2 command prompt, switch to 
              drive A, and type:

                PATCH PEN.DAT /A  (press Enter)

              A message is displayed confirming that 
              the fix has been applied.
  3.  Install Pen for OS/2.

 11.0  STARTUP WARNING MESSAGE 
       _______________________

  If you select the option to archive system files from 
  the system settings page of your Desktop, you might 
  receive the following warning during system startup:

     There may not be enough room at the target to 
     create an archive.  Do you wish to continue?

  This message is generated to inform you that there 
  will be less than 10MB of free space available in the 
  selected archive hard disk partition after the archive 
  is performed.  If you select Yes, the archiving process 
  will continue.  If you select No, the archiving process 
  will not be performed.

 12.0  CHANGING DISPLAY RESOLUTION USING THE SYSTEM OBJECT 
       ___________________________________________________

  You can use the System object to change the resolution 
  for many of the display drivers supported by OS/2.  Do
  the following:

  1.  Open OS/2 System on your Desktop.
  2.  Open System Setup.
  3.  Open System.
  4.  Select the Screen tab.  If the Screen page says 
      "Page 1 of 2" at the bottom, go to page 2 and 
      select your display from the list.  If the Screen 
      page does not have a page 2, go to step 5.
  5.  Select the screen resolution that is supported 
      by your display from the Screen resolution 
      list.  (Refer to the documentation that came 
      with your display for a list of supported 
      resolutions.)
  6.  Close the System object, shut down OS/2, and 
      restart your computer so that these changes will 
      take effect.

 13.0  TRADEMARKS
       __________

  The following terms, denoted by an asterisk (*) in 
  this README file, are trademarks of the IBM 
  Corporation in the United States or other countries:

  o   IBM 
  o   OS/2
  o   ThinkPad 
  o   WIN-OS/2

  The following terms, denoted by a double asterisk 
  (**) in this README file, are trademarks of other 
  companies as follows:

  TRADEMARK                OWNER
  Lotus                    Lotus Development 
                           Corporation
  Microsoft                Microsoft Corporation 
  Windows                  Microsoft Corporation 
  Windows for Workgroups   Microsoft Corporation 
  Win32s                   Microsoft Corporation 
  Western Digital          Western Digital Corporation 

  THIS DOCUMENT IS PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY OF 
  ANY KIND.  IBM DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, WHETHER 
  EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION,
  THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR 
  PURPOSE AND MERCHANTABILITY WITH RESPECT TO THE 
  INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT.  BY FURNISHING THIS 
  DOCUMENT, IBM GRANTS NO LICENSES TO ANY PATENTS OR 
  COPYRIGHTS.

  (C) Copyright IBM Corporation 1994.  All rights 
  reserved.

                   OS/2 WARP VERSION 3 
                   INSTALLATION README 

  Welcome to OS/2* Warp Version 3 (OS/2 Warp).
  OS/2 Warp does a lot of the work involved in 
  installing an operating system for you, and includes 
  the following improvements:

  o   It takes less time and fewer diskettes to 
      install.
  o   It automatically installs the Dual Boot feature 
      when you install over DOS.
  o   You can install more than one printer during the 
      initial installation.

  We hope you find installing OS/2 Warp to be a quick 
  and easy process.  This README contains the latest 
  information available about installing OS/2 Warp.
  You can also find additional information in 
  the "User's Guide to OS/2 Warp."

  CONTENTS 
  _________

  1.0     Format Errors when Installing OS/2 on 4MB Computers 

  2.0     Note to Users of NetWare Client Version 2.10 for OS/2

  3.0     Video Screen Problems 

  4.0     Note to Users of a ThinkPad with a Docking Station or a PS/2 Model 76 

  5.0     Note to Users of a ThinkPad 720 

  6.0     Trademarks 

  1.0     FORMAT ERRORS WHEN INSTALLING OS/2 ON 4MB COMPUTERS 
          ___________________________________________________

  When installing OS/2 on some 4MB computers, you might not 
  be able to format the installation partition.  You will 
  see the following error message:

    Disk Format Error 

  If so, discontinue the OS/2 installation and do the 
  following:

  1.  Insert the DOS Setup diskette 1 from a DOS 
      package into drive A.
  2.  Turn on your computer.  If your computer is 
      already on, press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart it.
  3.  When the DOS Setup screen appears, press F3 to 
      display a command prompt.
  4.  Use the DOS FORMAT command to format the 
      partition you want to use to install OS/2.  Refer
      to your DOS documentation for information about 
      the FORMAT command.
  5.  Begin the OS/2 installation again.  If the 
      Installation program asks if you want to format 
      the installation partition, select Do Not Format 
      the Partition.

  2.0     NOTE TO USERS OF NETWARE CLIENT VERSION 2.10 FOR OS/2
          ________________________________________________________

  Be aware of the following before installing OS/2
  Warp:

  o   The LOGIN.EXE command can no longer be executed 
      from the OS/2 CONFIG.SYS file.  To correct this 
      situation, move the LOGIN.EXE command to the 
      STARTUP.CMD file.

  o   If your configuration requires that you execute 
      the LOGIN.EXE command from the CONFIG.SYS file,
      contact your NetWare** support line to obtain 
      special versions of NWDAEMON.EXE and 
      SPDAEMON.EXE.

  3.0     VIDEO SCREEN PROBLEMS 
          _______________________

  The OS/2 Installation program automatically detects 
  the graphics adapter or chip in your system.
  However, if the refresh rate for the resolution you 
  have chosen is configured incorrectly, you might 
  experience problems such as:

  o   The Desktop is compressed into a narrow 
      horizontal band.
  o   Multiple images of the Desktop are visible.
  o   Diagonal lines fill the Desktop.

  To configure the refresh rate, use the configuration 
  utility program that came with your graphics adapter 
  or system.  Follow the instructions supplied by the 
  manufacturer to set the screen refresh rate.  (In
  many cases, the utility must be run under DOS.)  When
  you are finished running the configuration utility 
  program, shut down and restart OS/2 so that the 
  changes will take effect.

  If you are unable to run the configuration utility 
  program for your graphics adapter or system, try one 
  of the following:

  o   Restart your computer and press Alt+F1 when a 
      small white box appears in the upper-left corner 
      of your screen.  Then select V to reset your 
      system to VGA mode.
  o   If you can see enough of the screen to use the 
      mouse, open the System Object (in the System 
      Setup folder) and select a lower resolution on 
      the Screen page.  Then close the System Object,
      shut down OS/2, and restart your computer so that 
      the changes will take effect.

  4.0     NOTE TO USERS OF A THINKPAD WITH A DOCKING STATION 
          _____________________________________________________
          OR A PS/2 MODEL 76 
          __________________

  If you are installing OS/2 on an IBM PS/2* Model 76 
  or an IBM ThinkPad* attached to a docking station,
  you must follow the instructions in "User's Guide to 
  OS/2 Warp" before you begin the installation.  (These
  instructions are described in the section titled 
  "Using an IBM ThinkPad with a Docking Station or an 
  IBM PS/2 Model 76.")

  If you are installing on a 240MB or 340MB hard disk 
  that uses the IBM2HDSK.ADD device driver, you must 
  follow the additional steps listed below.  These
  steps should be performed after you complete step 13 
  in the procedure described in "User's Guide to OS/2
  Warp."

  1.  Remove any diskette from drive A and insert OS/2
      installation Diskette 1.
  2.  Copy the file IBM2HDSK.ADD onto OS/2 installation 
      diskette 1.
  3.  Edit the CONFIG.SYS file.

      If you have an ASCII text editor installed, you 
      can use it to edit the CONFIG.SYS file.
      Otherwise, you can use the editor that comes on 
      the OS/2 installation diskettes by typing TEDIT 
      CONFIG.SYS at the OS/2 command prompt.
  4.  Add the following line as the first of the 
      BASEDEV entries in the CONFIG.SYS file:

        BASEDEV = IBM2HDSK.ADD

  5.  Save the changes to CONFIG.SYS and continue with 
      installation.

  After installation is finished, make sure that file 
  IBM2HDSK.ADD is in the OS2\BOOT directory, and that 
  the line BASEDEV=IBM2HDSK.ADD is in your CONFIG.SYS
  file.

  5.0     NOTE TO USERS OF A THINKPAD 720 
          _______________________________

  On a ThinkPad 720, install OS/2 Warp using only the 
  internal LCD screen if you plan to run OS/2 Warp 
  without an external monitor attached at any time.  If
  you install OS/2 Warp with an external monitor 
  attached, you need to rebuild the .PMI in order to 
  run without the external monitor.

  6.0     TRADEMARKS 
          __________

  The following terms, denoted by an asterisk (*) in 
  this README file, are trademarks of the IBM 
  Corporation in the United States or other countries:

      IBM 
      OS/2
      PS/2
      ThinkPad 

  The following terms, denoted by a double asterisk 
  (**) in this README file, are trademarks of other 
  companies as follows:

  Trademark      Owner

  NetWare         Novell, Inc.

  THIS DOCUMENT IS PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY OF 
  ANY KIND.  IBM DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, WHETHER 
  EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE 
  IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR 
  PURPOSE AND MERCHANTABILITY WITH RESPECT TO THE 
  INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT.  BY FURNISHING THIS 
  DOCUMENT, IBM GRANTS NO LICENSES TO ANY PATENTS OR 
  COPYRIGHTS.

  (C) Copyright IBM Corporation 1994.  All rights 
  reserved.

                 README for Multimedia Viewer Release 1.0
                     (c) Copyright IBM (R) Corp. 1994 

     This README contains information about the IBM Multimedia 
     Viewer, a versatile tool for organizing multimedia data 
     objects.  This "Light Table" folder is designed to look 
     like a photographer's light table containing picture 
     slides, with the added benefit of being able to play audio 
     and video files.  Enjoy.

 IBM Multimedia Viewer Quickstart 
 ________________________________________________________________

 o   To start the media browser for an object in the Multimedia 
     Folder, simply double-click on the SLIDE FRAME (the
     border) of the object.

 o   Please read the following sections which explain some 
     Multimedia Viewer and OS/2 Workplace Shell capabilities.
     For example, you will learn how you can start a Workplace 
     Shell application by double clicking on the middle of the 
     object.

 IBM Multimedia Viewer Features 
 ________________________________________________________________

 o   The Multimedia Viewer product provides the ability to 
     manage and view multimedia objects, such as image, video,
     animation, audio, and text files.

 o   The Light Table folder provides all the features of a 
     standard OS/2 folder, with a number of additions.  Objects
     in a Light Table Viewer appear as if they were photo 
     slides on a photographer's light table.

 o   Slides are created when multimedia objects are moved or 
     copied into a Light Table folder.  Slides are also created 
     for Light Table References (see below).

 About Light Table Browsers 
 ________________________________________________________________

 o   Light Table folders provide browsers for reviewing your 
     multimedia data.  There are four browsers:  Audio,
     Video/Animation, Image and Text.

 o   The Audio, Video/Animation and Image browsers can be 
     invoked by positioning the mouse pointer anywhere over the 
     SLIDE FRAME and double-clicking the left mouse button.
     Large images may take a while to appear on your display.

 o   If the mouse is located over the middle of the object (not
     the border), double-clicking the left mouse button will 
     behave as it normally does in a standard OS/2 folder.

 o   The Text browser can be invoked by double-clicking on the 
     text object.

 o   The browsers will work with any file type supported by the 
     OS/2 Multimedia system.  See your OS/2 documentation for 
     more information on supported file formats.

 Creating a new Light Table folder 
 ________________________________________________________________

     Light Table folders are created in the same manner as 
     standard OS/2 folders.  After installing the Multimedia 
     Viewer, open the Templates folder and locate the Light 
     Table template.  Drag/Drop the Light Table Template to the 
     desired location on your desktop.

 Adding New Files to your Light Table 
 ________________________________________________________________

     The preferred method of adding multimedia data objects to 
     a light table folder is to create a "Light Table 
     Reference".  Follow the steps below.

 o   Find the data object you wish to use by opening its folder.

 o   Click the right mouse button on the data object to bring 
     up the object's popup menu.

 o   Select "Create LT Reference" from the popup menu.

 o   Select the Light Table folder in which you want the data 
     object to appear.  Only Light Table folders can be 
     selected.  A miniature slide for the data file should 
     now be visible in your Light Table folder.

 Additional Light Table Reference Object Tips 
 ________________________________________________________________

 o   Light Table Reference objects are similar to Shadow 
     objects. They are a reference to another object or file.
     Unlike Shadow objects:

     -   References provide storage for slide images.

     -   References are preserved when the parent object is 
         not present.

     These features allow Light Table References to display 
     slides in a Light Table folder even when the parent object 
     is removed.  For example, if a CD-ROM containing an image 
     is removed, the image slide will remain in the Light 
     Table.

 o   When selecting multiple objects to create Light Table 
     References, do not mix .BMP files or .ICO files with other 
     data file objects.  You can select all .BMP files as one 
     group, then create Light Table References for these 
     selected objects.  Select all .ICO files as another group 
     to create Light Table References.  Then select all the rest 
     of the objects to create Light Table References.

 o   When you double click the center of objects in the Light 
     Table, the OS/2 Workplace Shell will launch any 
     application in OS/2 that has an association with that 
     filetype.  For example if you double click on an OS/2 .BMP
     file, you will launch the OS/2 Icon Editor.  A file type 
     will be associated to any application that supports it if 
     the application has set up the association.

 Installation Notes 
 ________________________________________________________________

     The Multimedia Viewer is installed on the same drive as 
     the OS/2 Multimedia \MMOS2 directory, and requires about 
     1.3 MB of disk space.  If this drive is the one that is 
     used by the OS/2 swapper, this reduces the amount of 
     swapper space available for the system.  In this case, you 
     may want to change the drive used for the OS/2 swapper to 
     one containing more space.  Refer to the SWAPPATH 
     statement in the Command Reference information (in the 
     Information folder on your desktop) for more details about 
     determining and changing the location of the OS/2 swapper 
     file.

 TRADEMARK INFORMATION 
 ________________________________________________________________

     IBM and OS/2 are registered trademarks of 
     International Business Machines Corporation.

README FILE FOR OS/2 3.0 Utility Diskettes 
_____________________________________________

August 1994 

This file contains additional information about 
using the Utility Diskettes.

You can use the Utility Diskettes to:

o   Start OS/2* 3.0 from diskettes 

o   Back up and restore your system 

o   Check the hard disk for errors or problems 

o   Format a diskette or the hard disk 

USING BACKUP AND RESTORE 

The BACKUP and RESTORE files on Utility Diskette 3 
allow you to back up and restore your entire hard disk.

BACKING UP YOUR SYSTEM 

You can use the BACKUP file on Utility Diskette 3 
to back up your system.  BACKUP copies the 
files from the hard disk to diskettes.  A complete 
backup of your  system requires about 
50 blank formatted, high-density (2MB) diskettes for OS/2
and based on other software installed an additional 
diskette for each 1.44 megabytes of files.

Make backup diskettes of your system 
as it was originally shipped.  Backup diskettes 
allow you to restore your system, if the hard disk 
is ever damaged.

For informatoin on using the backup program refer to 
your Users Guide or Concise Publication.

RESTORING YOUR SYSTEM 

Use the RESTORE file on Utility Diskette 3 to 
restore your system.  RESTORE copies files from 
the backup diskettes to your hard disk.

If you ever need to restore the backup diskettes 
to your hard disk, make sure you know if your hard 
disk has a formatted partition.  If the hard disk 
(drive C) has a formatted partition, follow the 
instructions for the restore utility described in 
the OS/2 Users Guide or Concise Publication.

If the hard disk does not have a formatted 
partition, create a partition and format the 
partition before proceeding with the restore 
procedure described in the booklet for your 
system.  Use FDISK to create a partition and 
FORMAT to format the partition.  The FDISK 
and FORMAT command files are on Utility 
Diskette 3.

TRADEMARKS AND SERVICE MARKS 
____________________________

Terms denoted by a single asterisk in this file 
(*) are trademarks of the IBM Corporation in the 
United States and/or other countries.  These terms 
include:

  OS/2

IBM DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, WHETHER EXPRESSED OR 
IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, WARRANTIES 
OF FITNESS AND MERCHANTABILITY WITH RESPECT TO THE 
INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT.  BY FURNISHING THIS 
DOCUMENT, IBM GRANTS NO LICENSES TO ANY RELATED 
PATENTS OR COPYRIGHTS.

Copyright IBM Corporation, 1993, all rights 
reserved.

                 IBM Internet Connection for OS/2

   Welcome to the IBM Internet Connection for OS/2.  This README 
   contains the latest information available.  For an overview of 
   this package prior to installation, refer to the BonusPak User's
   Guide.  After installation, you can get an introduction and 
   information on how to use these applications by opening the IBM 
   Internet Connection for OS/2 folder and clicking on the 
   Introduction to the IBM Internet Connection icon.

   IBM OS/2 World Wide Web client software available 
   -------------------------------------------------

   Once you have connected to the Internet with this package, you 
   can download IBM's OS/2 World Wide Web client, WebExplorer.
   Initially this will be a pre-release version.  The final version 
   will also be available for download along with any updates to 
   other applications in this package.  To access these updates,
   open the IBM Internet Connection for OS/2 folder and click on the 
   Retrieve software updates icon.  Click on the help button for 
   details on getting the updates.

   If you already have a TCP/IP package 
   ------------------------------------

   IBM does not support running TCP/IP applications across both a 
   LAN and Internet connection.  The supported environment allows 
   either a LAN TCP/IP product to be installed -or- an Internet 
   TCP/IP product to be installed.  It is recommended that you 
   remove the LAN TCP/IP product before you install the Internet 
   TCP/IP product.

   Modem speed 
   -----------

   The modem speed defaults to 9600 for all modems.  If you have a 
   14,400 bps (or 14.4K) modem, you will want to specify a speed of 
   38400 or 57600.  The maximum data rate that your modem can accept 
   is usually documented in the handbook or reference material which 
   accompanied your modem.

   If your modem is a 9600 bps modem, you should specify 9600.

   Ultimedia Mail/2 'Lite'
   ----------------------

   There is a Read Me icon in the UltiMedia Mail/2 'Lite' folder 
   under the information icon.  Please refer to it before using 
   mail.

   Image and audio support using Gopher 
   ------------------------------------

   The Gopher application uses external viewing programs for image 
   and audio support.  By default, Gopher will use the viewing 
   programs that are part of the Multimedia Viewer package in the 
   BonusPak.  Therefore, in order to get image and audio support in 
   Gopher you will need to install the Multimedia Viewer package.

   DOS and Windows TCP/IP Programs 
   -------------------------------

   You can run Windows Sockets compliant Windows TCP/IP programs 
   with this package.  This requires that you have Windows installed 
   and that you install the WIN-OS2 support of OS/2.

   Restoring your Internet Connection Desktop 
   ------------------------------------------

   In rare instances, you may find that the Internet Connection 
   folder or the icons in it, are lost or scrambled.  To recover,
   run the program IFOLDER from the OS/2 command line, and your 
   folders and icons will be restored.

   If you find that some icons are still not working as they should,
   delete the Internet Connection folder and all its contents, and 
   run IFOLDER one more time; then run:

        MAKEIDX C:\TCPIP\UMAIL\MAILSTOR\xxxxxx xxxxxx 

   where xxxxxx is your Internet login ID.  (Note that it appears 
   twice.)  If you installed to a directory other than C:\TCPIP, you 
   need to change the command above to match.

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 9-23-94   4:28a      2048           0  VIOCALLS.DLL
 9-23-94   5:15a     10478           0  VTBL850.DCP
10-05-94  11:33p     14698           0  XDFLOPPY.FLT

WARP DISK_1 BUNDLE 
        ->\OS2\SRD2FIX.CMD
        ->\OS2\INSTALL\SHUTDOWN.EXE
        ->\OS2\INSTALL\BOOTDISK.EXE
        ->\OS2\HELP\BOOTDISK.HLP
        ->\OS2\INSTALL\BOOTDISK\ODPANS.DLL
        ->\OS2\INSTALL\BOOTDISK\ODPRTDRV.EXE
        ->\OS2\INSTALL\BOOTDISK\OSDELETE.EXE
        ->\OS2\INSTALL\BOOTDISK\OS2LDR.MSG
        ->\OS2\INSTALL\BOOTDISK\CONFIG.SYS
        ->\OS2\INSTALL\BOOTDISK\README
        ->\OS2\COMETRUN.EXE
        ->\OS2\DLL\COMETDLL.DLL
        ->\OS2\DLL\WPCOMET.DLL
        ->\OS2\BOOK\PRINTBK.INF
        ->\OS2\BOOK\TRADEMBK.INF
        ->\OS2\BOOK\MULTIMBK.INF
        ->\OS2\HELP\UNINSTAL.HLP
        ->\OS2\INSTALL\UNINSTAL.RSP
        ->\OS2\BOOK\WINOS2BK.INF

WARP DISK_2
10-12-94   1:00p     <DIR>           0  .
10-12-94   1:00p     <DIR>           0  ..
 9-23-94   5:58a     49040           0  ACL.EXE
 9-23-94   5:58a     23620           0  ACLCHECK.LST
 9-23-94   5:59a      1520           0  ACLPANEL.DLL
 9-30-94   4:49p      3362           0  BLISTLAY.OUT
10-10-94   9:49p    672745           0  BUNDLE
10-10-94   9:47p    115784           0  CDROMFLT
10-10-94   9:47p     42154           0  CDROMREQ
10-10-94   9:48p     70974           0  CGA
 9-23-94   5:15a     68656           0  CHKDSK.COM
10-10-94   9:48p     94381           0  EGA
10-06-94  12:40a     68880           0  FORMAT.COM
10-08-94   2:07a     49008           0  SIPANEL2.DLL
10-08-94   2:08a     11872           0  SIPANEL3.DLL
10-08-94   2:47a     18880           0  STRTSWAP.EXE
 9-23-94   6:49a    181968           0  UHPFS.DLL
 9-23-94   6:24a     72048           0  UNPACK.EXE
 9-23-94   6:25a     77200           0  UNPACK2.EXE
10-10-94   9:47p    218620           0  VGA

WARP DISK_2 BUNDLE 
        ->\OS2\DLL\SHPIINST.DLL
        ->\OS2\DLL\INSCFG32.DLL
        ->\OS2\DLL\DOSRFICO.DLL
        ->\OS2\ARCRECOV.EXE
        ->\OS2\INSTALL\4029OW21.EXE
        ->\OS2\FIND.EXE
        ->\OS2\DLL\COURIER.FON
        ->\OS2\HELP\VIEWH.HLP
        ->\OS2\VIOTBL.ISO
        ->\OS2\DLL\WPDSRVP.DLL
        ->\OS2\ARCINST.EXE
        ->\OS2\DLL\WPDSERV.DLL
        ->\OS2\DLL\SOMS.DLL
        ->\OS2\VIOTBL.DCP
        ->\OS2\WPDSACTV.EXE
        ->\OS2\BOOT\VIOTBL.DCP
        ->\OS2\HELP\HMHELP.HLP
        ->\OS2\SOMDD.EXE
        ->\OS2\DLL\MISC.FON
        ->\OS2\SOMDSVR.EXE
        ->\OS2\BOOT\RESOURCE.SYS
        ->\OS2\DLL\PMTKT.DLL
        ->\OS2\VIEW.EXE
        ->\OS2\BOOT\OS2CDROM.DMD
        ->\OS2\DLL\SYSMONO.FON
        ->\OS2\DLL\WPCONMRI.DLL
        ->\OS2\VIEWDOC.EXE
        ->\OS2\BLDLEVEL.EXE
        ->\OS2\HELP\DSPINSTL.HLP
        ->\OS2\SETBOOT.EXE
        ->\OS2\INSTALL\PARSEDB.EXE
        ->\OS2\CONVERT.EXE
        ->\OS2\DLL\ANMT.DLL
        ->\OS2\DLL\BVHMPA.DLL
        ->\OS2\MONITOR.DIF
        ->\OS2\ETC\WPDSERV.IR
        ->\OS2\DLL\BVHWNDW.DLL
        ->\OS2\DLL\SYSFONT.DLL
        ->\OS2\CLIPOS2.EXE
        ->\OS2\DLL\HPMGRMRI.DLL
        ->\OS2\DLL\SERIAL.PDR
        ->\OS2\PMFORMAT.EXE
        ->\OS2\DLL\WINCFG.DLL
        ->\OS2\HELP\MIGRATE.HLP
        ->\OS2\KEYBOARD.DCP
        ->\OS2\DLL\PMPRINT.QPR
        ->\OS2\KEYB.COM
        ->\OS2\DLL\FKA.DLL
        ->\OS2\DLL\PARALLEL.PDR
        ->\OS2\WIN_30.RC
        ->\OS2\INSTALL\CDROM.TBL
        ->\OS2\INSTALL\SCSI.TBL
        ->\OS2\INSTALL\PCMCIA.TBL

WARP DISK_3
10-12-94   1:00p     <DIR>           0  .
10-12-94   1:00p     <DIR>           0  ..
10-10-94   9:51p   1279901           0  BUNDLE
10-10-94   9:50p    287420           0  DOS
10-10-94   9:49p     33003           0  PRESCHEK
10-10-94   9:49p    189112           0  SCSIADDS
10-10-94   9:49p     33201           0  XVAVESA

WARP DISK_3 BUNDLE 
        ->\OS2\ETC\WPSH.IR
        ->\OS2\DLL\PMVIOP.DLL
        ->\OS2\INSTALL\DATABASE.TXT
        ->\OS2\DLL\PMPRE.DLL
        ->\OS2\DLL\DISPLAY.DLL
        ->\OS2\DLL\PMVDMP.DLL
        ->\OS2\DLL\PMDCTLS.DLL
        ->\OS2\E.EXE
        ->\OS2\RMVIEW.EXE
        ->\OS2\MODE.COM
        ->\OS2\DLL\SOMEM.DLL
        ->\OS2\MAKEINI.EXE
        ->\OS2\XCOPY.EXE
        ->\OS2\DLL\VIDEOCFG.DLL
        ->\OS2\HELP\INSTALL.HLP
        ->\OS2\DLL\INSPGM32.DLL
        ->\OS2\DLL\IBMGPMI.DLL
        ->\OS2\DISKCOPY.COM
        ->\OS2\HELP\WPMSG.HLP
        ->\OS2\SYSLEVEL.EXE
        ->\OS2\DLL\PMSHLTKT.DLL
        ->\OS2\BOOT.COM
        ->\OS2\DLL\SVGAINST.DLL
        ->\OS2\DLL\PMBIND.DLL
        ->\OS2\DISKCOMP.COM
        ->\OS2\DLL\SVGA.DLL
        ->\OS2\DLL\PMPIC.DLL
        ->\OS2\DLL\BDCALLS.DLL
        ->\OS2\UNDELETE.COM
        ->\OS2\REPLACE.EXE
        ->\OS2\INSTALL\DDINSTAL.EXE
        ->\OS2\HELP\ICONEDIT.HLP
        ->\OS2\EAUTIL.EXE
        ->\OS2\COMP.COM
        ->\OS2\DLL\CDTBL.DLL
        ->\OS2\HELPMSG.EXE
        ->\OS2\DLL\MMSNIFF.DLL
        ->\OS2\MORE.COM
        ->\OS2\DLL\SEAMLESS.DLL
        ->\OS2\PRINT.COM
        ->\OS2\PMCHKDSK.EXE
        ->\OS2\DLL\MINXOBJ.DLL
        ->\OS2\HELP\EHXHP.HLP
        ->\OS2\DLL\WPPRTMRI.DLL
        ->\OS2\DLL\SOMTC.DLL
        ->\OS2\WPDSINIT.EXE
        ->\OS2\BOOT\OS2DASD.DMD
        ->\OS2\DLL\PMVDMH.DLL

WARP DISK_4
10-12-94   1:00p     <DIR>           0  .
10-12-94   1:00p     <DIR>           0  ..
10-10-94   9:54p   1427512           0  BUNDLE
10-10-94   9:51p    172875           0  REXX
 9-26-94   9:45p      5306           0  VGA.DSP
10-10-94   9:52p    247533           0  VGABUN

WARP DISK_4 BUNDLE 
        ->\OS2\DLL\PMSPL.DLL
        ->\OS2\HELP\GLOSS\WPGLOSS.HLP
        ->\OS2\DLL\PMATM.DLL
        ->\OS2\ETC\SOM.IR
        ->\OS2\DLL\OASIS.DLL
        ->\OS2\ICONEDIT.EXE
        ->\OS2\DLL\HELV.FON
        ->\OS2\INSTALL\DSPINSTL.EXE
        ->\OS2\SYSTEM\OSO001H.MSG
        ->\OS2\DLL\SOM.DLL
        ->\OS2\DLL\SOMIR.DLL
        ->\OS2\INSTALL\RSPDSPI.EXE
        ->\PSFONTS\COURB.PFB
        ->\PSFONTS\COUR.PFB
        ->\PSFONTS\COURBI.PFB
        ->\PSFONTS\COURI.PFB
        ->\OS2\DLL\SOMU.DLL
        ->\OS2\DLL\IBMNULL\IBMNULL.DRV
        ->\PSFONTS\SYMB.PFB
        ->\OS2\SYSTEM\OSO001.MSG
        ->\OS2\DLL\PMWPMRI.DLL
        ->\OS2\BOOT\REFPART.SYS

WARP DISK_5 BUNDLE 
        ->\OS2\DLL\PMMERGE.DLL
        ->\OS2\DLL\PMWP.DLL
        ->\OS2\HELP\WPHELP.HLP

WARP DISK_6 BUNDLE 
        ->\OS2\DLL\PMCTLS.DLL
        ->\OS2\DLL\MIRRORS.DLL
        ->\OS2\DLL\WPCONFIG.DLL
        ->\OS2\INSTALL\INSTALL.EXE
        ->\OS2\DLL\WPPRINT.DLL
        ->\OS2\DLL\SOMD.DLL
        ->\OS2\DLL\OS2MM.DLL
        ->\OS2\DLL\PMGPI.DLL
        ->\OS2\DLL\HELPMGR.DLL
        ->\OS2\INSTALL\MIGRATE.EXE
        ->\README

WARP DISK_7
10-12-94   1:00p     <DIR>           0  .
10-12-94   1:00p     <DIR>           0  ..
10-12-94  11:34a      3570           0  APMDELL
10-12-94  11:34a     81617           0  CID
10-12-94  11:32a     11114           0  COURPSF
10-12-94  11:33a    129165           0  EPM
10-12-94  11:34a    120186           0  FDISK
10-12-94  11:32a     56908           0  HELVB.PFB
10-12-94  11:34a    514275           0  PACK0
10-12-94  11:32a     70491           0  PACK11
10-12-94  11:32a     12736           0  PACK12
10-12-94  11:32a     60462           0  PACK13
10-12-94  11:32a     27342           0  PACK14
10-12-94  11:32a     16219           0  PACK15
10-12-94  11:33a    143511           0  PACK17
10-12-94  11:32a     17096           0  PACK32
10-12-94  11:32a     34851           0  PMREXX
10-12-94  11:34a    171559           0  REQUIRED
10-12-94  11:32a     20323           0  RESTORE
10-12-94  11:33a     31756           0  RIPLINST
10-12-94  11:32a     24214           0  SYSMONO.BMP
10-12-94  11:33a    206728           0  TIMES.BMP
10-12-94  11:32a     61019           0  TNR.PFB

WARP DISK_7 PACK0 
        ->\MMTEMP\OS20PROC.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\SSMRES.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\BELLS.WAV
        ->\MMTEMP\MEMSH.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\SSMDD.SYS
        ->\MMTEMP\CUCKOO.WAV
        ->\MMTEMP\SHRED.WAV
        ->\MMTEMP\STPMH.HLP
        ->\MMTEMP\RDIBPROC.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\AUTOPROC.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\WI30PROC.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\BOO.WAV
        ->\MMTEMP\BUSAUDIO.SYS
        ->\MMTEMP\FFC.HLP
        ->\MMTEMP\IMAADPCM.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\SSSH.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\WM_TELL.WAV
        ->\MMTEMP\TAKEMY.WAV
        ->\MMTEMP\BALLGAME.MID
        ->\MMTEMP\ADSHDD.SYS
        ->\MMTEMP\HOLIDAY.MID
        ->\MMTEMP\MMEINDEX.HLP
        ->\MMTEMP\AMPM.EXE
        ->\MMTEMP\DOORCLS.WAV
        ->\MMTEMP\LASER.WAV
        ->\MMTEMP\DRWCLOSE.WAV
        ->\MMTEMP\BLUEJAM.MID
        ->\MMTEMP\IBMLANLK.EXE
        ->\MMTEMP\DRUMROLL.WAV
        ->\MMTEMP\AVCIIOPR.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\MMOTPROC.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\MMMRI.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\EEEOOOP.WAV
        ->\MMTEMP\BBEE.MID
        ->\MMTEMP\STPMMRI.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\MDM.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\MDMI.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\BWEEEP.WAV
        ->\MMTEMP\BEEOONG.WAV
        ->\MMTEMP\MPPM.EXE
        ->\MMTEMP\AMPMH.HLP
        ->\MMTEMP\SNDBLAST.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\MCIMRI.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\OS13PROC.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\BWAAANG.WAV
        ->\MMTEMP\BACH.MID
        ->\MMTEMP\IBMRALLY.MID
        ->\MMTEMP\CARDINFO.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\EEERRUPP.WAV
        ->\MMTEMP\DOINK.WAV
        ->\MMTEMP\MCIREC.HLP
        ->\MMTEMP\MCIERR.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\MMSNDH.HLP
        ->\MMTEMP\FFCMRI.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\WEPMMRI.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\MIPM.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\NULLSH.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\R0STUB.SYS
        ->\MMTEMP\BOING.WAV
        ->\MMTEMP\MPPMMRI.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\MASTERH9.RT
        ->\MMTEMP\PLAY.CMD
        ->\MMTEMP\QRYADH.HLP
        ->\MMTEMP\FOURMEG.SCR
        ->\MMTEMP\IBMLANLK.SYS
        ->\MMTEMP\AUDIOVDD.SYS
        ->\MMTEMP\MPPM.EAS
        ->\MMTEMP\BUSAUDIO.HLP
        ->\MMTEMP\SOUNDS.EAS
        ->\MMTEMP\IOPRNLS.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\CONTROL.SCR
        ->\MMTEMP\RECORD.CMD
        ->\MMTEMP\MIDIFILE.ICO
        ->\MMTEMP\DATACONV.ICO
        ->\MMTEMP\AUDFILE.ICO
        ->\MMTEMP\MMPMDATA.ICO
        ->\MMTEMP\MMPMINST.ICO
        ->\MMTEMP\MMPMFLD2.ICO
        ->\MMTEMP\VOLCTRL.ICO
        ->\MMTEMP\MMSETUP.ICO
        ->\MMTEMP\MMPMFLDR.ICO
        ->\MMTEMP\MIDIPLAY.ICO
        ->\MMTEMP\AUDREC.ICO
        ->\MMTEMP\VIDPLAY.ICO
        ->\MMTEMP\VDSCPLAY.ICO
        ->\MMTEMP\CDPLAYER.ICO
        ->\MMTEMP\AUDPLAY.ICO
        ->\MMTEMP\WEPM.EAS
        ->\MMTEMP\MINSTALL.EAS
        ->\MMTEMP\STDLH.HLP
        ->\MMTEMP\AMPMMRI.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\MOVIES.EAS
        ->\MMTEMP\GENINMRI.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\MIDIICO.EAS
        ->\MMTEMP\WAVEICO.EAS
        ->\MMTEMP\MMIO.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\MMIOI.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\VAUDIO.SYS
        ->\MMTEMP\MPMCDIMG.CMD
        ->\MMTEMP\TWIP.WAV
        ->\MMTEMP\POP.WAV
        ->\MMTEMP\SOUNDS.ICO
        ->\MMTEMP\MOVIE.ICO
        ->\MMTEMP\AVSFILM.ICO
        ->\MMTEMP\FILMFLDR.ICO
        ->\MMTEMP\STDLMRI.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\QRYCDMRI.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\QRYADMRI.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\SSM.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\LSIH.MSG
        ->\MMTEMP\MMSNDMRI.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\SYSLEVEL.MPM
        ->\MMTEMP\DINSTSND.CMD
        ->\MMTEMP\INSTSND.CMD
        ->\MMTEMP\BSAUDRES.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\FSSH.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\AVIO.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\MIDIIO.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\WAVEPROC.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\MISH.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\MIDIMCD.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\AUDIOMCD.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\AMPMXMCD.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\AUDIOIF.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\HHP.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\AUDIOSH.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\LSI.MSG
        ->\MMTEMP\WAVEFILE.EAS
        ->\MMTEMP\BASECONF.CH
        ->\MMTEMP\MME.MSG
        ->\MMTEMP\AUDIODD.MSG
WARP DISK_7 PACK11 
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\CS4231\CS31BA11.DRV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\CS4231\VSNDSYS.386
        ->\MMOS2\CS4231.SYS
        ->\MMOS2\VCS4231.SYS
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\CS4231\CS31BA11.INI
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\CS4231\TP750INI.ADD
WARP DISK_7 PACK12 
        ->\MMOS2\BUSAUDIO.SYS
        ->\MMOS2\HELP\BUSAUDIO.HLP
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\BSAUDRES.DLL
WARP DISK_7 PACK13 
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\MPGIO.DLL
        ->\MMOS2\VIDRMS.SYS
        ->\MMOS2\RMAUDIO.SYS
        ->\MMOS2\DSP\VREEL.BIN
        ->\MMOS2\DSP\DSP.BIN
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\MPGDC.DLL
        ->\MMOS2\VIDRMS1.INI
WARP DISK_7 PACK14 
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\WEPMPINT.DLL
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\WEPMPLUS.DLL
        ->\MMOS2\HELP\WEPMPLUS.HLP
WARP DISK_7 PACK15 
        ->\MMOS2\BUSAUDIO.SYS
        ->\MMOS2\DSP\DSPLITE.BIN
        ->\MMOS2\HELP\BUSAUDIO.HLP
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\BSAUDRES.DLL
WARP DISK_7 PACK17 
        ->\MMOS2\MVPRODD.SYS
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\MVPRODD\PROMIX.EXE
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\MVPRODD\OPL3.DRV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\MVPRODD\MVMIXER.DRV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\MVPRODD\MVPROAUD.DRV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\MVPRODD\MVSOUND.SYS
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\MVPRODD\SBWAVE.DRV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\MVPRODD\MVFM.DRV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\MVPRODD\MVFM.DRV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\MVPRODD\VPASD.386
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\MVPRODD\MMMIXER.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\MVPRODD\MCIMIXER.DRV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\MVPRODD\MIDIMAP.CFG
        ->\MMOS2\HELP\PAS16.HLP
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\MVPRODD\VADMAD.386
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\MVPRODD\OEMSETUP.INF
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\MVPRODD\MV.INI
WARP DISK_7 PACK32 
        ->\MMOS2\VIDVBC.SYS
        ->\MMOS2\HELP\VIDBLAST.HLP
        ->\MMOS2\VIDVBC1.INI

WARP DISK_8 PACK0 
        ->\MMTEMP\MMPM.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\MMPMINI.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\MACAW.AVI
        ->\MMTEMP\MINSTALL.EXE
        ->\MMTEMP\PCDIO.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\WEPM.EXE
        ->\MMTEMP\MMSND.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\GENIN.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\MMPMCRTS.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\SW.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\SND.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\DIVE.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\STARTUP.WAV
        ->\MMTEMP\JET.WAV
        ->\MMTEMP\MPPM.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\AUDIO.XLM
        ->\MMTEMP\QRYAD.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\STPM.EXE
        ->\MMTEMP\QRYCD.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\WEPMH.HLP
        ->\MMTEMP\MCIAPI.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\MIPMINI.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\IMGCLASS.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\IOBASE.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\ITERM.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\FFC.EXE
        ->\MMTEMP\AUDIO2.WG2
        ->\MMTEMP\AUDIO.WG2
        ->\MMTEMP\MMINSTH.HLP
        ->\MMTEMP\MCIREXX.INF
        ->\MMTEMP\SHUTDOWN.WAV
        ->\MMTEMP\MPPMH.HLP
        ->\MMTEMP\STDL.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\AVCAPROC.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\SSMINI.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\WOOEEP.WAV

WARP DISK_9
10-12-94   1:00p     <DIR>           0  .
10-12-94   1:00p     <DIR>           0  ..
10-10-94  10:05p     17625           0  BACKUP
10-10-94  10:03p     10050           0  BITMAP
10-10-94  10:04p     61570           0  COURBI.PFB
10-10-94  10:03p    159336           0  EPM
10-10-94  10:04p    210219           0  HELV.BMP
10-10-94  10:04p     57440           0  HELVI.PFB
10-10-94  10:03p    106218           0  PACK18
10-10-94  10:05p     44535           0  PACK20
10-10-94  10:05p     17096           0  PACK31
10-10-94  10:03p    815461           0  PACK36
10-10-94  10:04p    152897           0  PACK44
10-10-94  10:05p     12736           0  PACK8
10-10-94  10:05p     23222           0  PULSE
10-10-94  10:04p     64847           0  TNRBI.PFB
10-10-94  10:05p     11768           0  VDPMI
10-10-94  10:04p     71961           0  WINBASE
       18 file(s)    1836981 bytes used 
                           0 bytes free 
WARP DISK_9 PACK18 
        ->\MMOS2\JAZZDD.SYS
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\JAZZDD\JAZZMXD.DRV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\JAZZDD\JAZZFM4.DRV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\JAZZDD\JAZZ.DRV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\JAZZDD\JAZZFM2.DRV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\JAZZDD\MCICDA.DRV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\JAZZDD\JAZZ401.DRV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\JAZZDD\MMMIXER.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\JAZZDD\JAZZ.SYS
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\JAZZDD\MIDIMAP.CFG
        ->\MMOS2\HELP\JAZZ16.HLP
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\JAZZDD\VJAZZD.386
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\JAZZDD\VJAZZFM.386
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\JAZZDD\OEMSETUP.INF
WARP DISK_9 PACK20 
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\SMVSPAGE.DLL
        ->\MMOS2\HELP\SMVSH.HLP
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\SMVSMRI.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\VAPM.SCR
WARP DISK_9 PACK31 
        ->\MMOS2\VIDVBC.SYS
        ->\MMOS2\HELP\VIDBLAST.HLP
        ->\MMOS2\VIDVBC1.INI
WARP DISK_9 PACK36 
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBAWED2\SYNTHGS.SBK
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBAWED2\AWEGUI.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBAWED2\SYNTHMT.SBK
        ->\MMOS2\SBAWED2.SYS
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBAWED2\SBAWE32.DRV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBAWED2\AWEMAN.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBAWED2\SB16SND.DRV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBAWED2\SB16AUX.DRV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBAWED2\SYNTHGM.SBK
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBAWED2\CSPMAN.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBAWED2\WFM0011.ACV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBAWED2\SBPFM.DRV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBAWED2\WFM0007.ACV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBAWED2\WFM0200.ACV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBAWED2\WFM0006.ACV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBAWED2\WFM0203.ACV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBAWED2\WFM0202.ACV
        ->\MMOS2\HELP\SBLASTER.HLP
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBAWED2\VSBPD.386
        ->\MMOS2\DSP\WI0200.ASP
        ->\MMOS2\DSP\WO0200.ASP
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBAWED2\MIDIMAP.CFG
        ->\MMOS2\DSP\WI0007.ASP
        ->\MMOS2\DSP\WI0006.ASP
        ->\MMOS2\DSP\WO0007.ASP
        ->\MMOS2\DSP\WO0006.ASP
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBAWED2\SBWIN.INI
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBAWED2\OEMSETUP.INF
WARP DISK_9 PACK44 
        ->\MMOS2\ACPADD2.SYS
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\ACPADD2\AUDIO.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\ACPADD2\ACPADD.SYS
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\ACPADD2\ACPA.DRV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\ACPADD2\AUDIOVER.EXE
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\ACPADD2\IBMMPC.DSP
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\ACPADD2\IBMAUDS.DSP
        ->\MMOS2\DSP\IBMPCMR8.DSP
        ->\MMOS2\DSP\IBMAUDS.DSP
        ->\MMOS2\DSP\IBMMPC.DSP
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\ACPADD2\IBMPCMR.DSP
        ->\MMOS2\DSP\IBMPCMR.DSP
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\ACPADD2\IBMPCMP.DSP
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\ACPADD2\MIDIMAP.CFG
        ->\MMOS2\DSP\IBMXA.DSP
        ->\MMOS2\DSP\IBMPMM48.DSP
        ->\MMOS2\DSP\IBMPCMP.DSP
        ->\MMOS2\DSP\IBMAUDR.DSP
        ->\MMOS2\DSP\IBMAUDP.DSP
        ->\MMOS2\DSP\IBMAUDG.DSP
        ->\MMOS2\DSP\IBMAUDF.DSP
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\ACPADD2\OEMSETUP.INF
WARP DISK_9 PACK8 
        ->\MMOS2\BUSAUDIO.SYS
        ->\MMOS2\HELP\BUSAUDIO.HLP
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\BSAUDRES.DLL

WARP DISK_10
10-12-94   1:00p     <DIR>           0  .
10-12-94   1:00p     <DIR>           0  ..
10-10-94  10:06p       159           0  ATMFONTS.QLC
10-10-94  10:07p     51476           0  BIDI
10-10-94  10:06p    171884           0  BITMAP
10-10-94  10:07p    280557           0  CMDREF
10-10-94  10:07p     60712           0  COURIER.BMP
10-10-94  10:07p    172652           0  HPFS
10-10-94  10:06p    324045           0  MAHJONGG
10-10-94  10:06p     10808           0  MOUSE
10-10-94  10:05p    328890           0  PACK2
10-10-94  10:07p     17096           0  PACK22
10-10-94  10:07p     14081           0  PACK28
10-10-94  10:07p     64510           0  PACK34
10-10-94  10:07p     12736           0  PACK9
10-10-94  10:07p     88194           0  PCMCIADD
 9-26-94   9:45p        49           0  PEN.DAT
10-10-94  10:07p     48091           0  PICVIEW
10-10-94  10:07p     29812           0  RECOVER
10-10-94  10:07p    126336           0  REXXPUBS
10-10-94  10:07p     21025           0  TREE

WARP DISK_10 PACK2 
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\INDFSR31.DLL
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\INDEO.DLL
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\INDRTR31.DLL
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\INDDEC32.DLL
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\LVDP8000.DLL
        ->\MMOS2\RGBTOYUV.LUT
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\VIDVCI.DLL
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\ULCOASYM.DLL
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\ULDC.DLL
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\MONDO.DLL
        ->\MMOS2\VCSHDD.SYS
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\ULCORT.DLL
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\CODECSH.DLL
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\SVMCMRI.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\SMVINI.SCR
        ->\MMOS2\HELP\SVMCH.HLP
        ->\MMTEMP\VIDICON.EAS
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\MTSH.DLL
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\SVMC.DLL
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\SVSH.DLL
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\ULDC16.DLL
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\ULDC8.DLL
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\INDEOR31.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\SMVCONF.CH
WARP DISK_10 PACK22 
        ->\MMOS2\VIDVBC.SYS
        ->\MMOS2\HELP\VIDBLAST.HLP
        ->\MMOS2\VIDVBC1.INI
WARP DISK_10 PACK28 
        ->\MMOS2\VIDVBC.SYS
        ->\MMOS2\HELP\VIDMAGIC.HLP
        ->\MMOS2\VIDVBC1.INI
WARP DISK_10PACK34
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\AZT16DD\MM16C.DRV
        ->\MMOS2\AZT16DD.SYS
        ->\MMOS2\SGAUDVDD.SYS
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\AZT16DD\OEMSETUP.INF
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\AZT16DD\MIDIMAP.CFG
WARP DISK_10 PACK9 
        ->\MMOS2\BUSAUDIO.SYS
        ->\MMOS2\HELP\BUSAUDIO.HLP
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\BSAUDRES.DLL

WARP DISK_11
10-12-94   1:00p     <DIR>           0  .
10-12-94   1:00p     <DIR>           0  ..
10-10-94  10:10p     25352           0  APM
10-10-94  10:10p    135681           0  BITMAP
10-10-94  10:08p    122605           0  CHESS
10-10-94  10:08p     58808           0  HELVBI.PFB
10-10-94  10:08p    162230           0  KLONDIKE
10-10-94  10:09p    264303           0  LINK
10-10-94  10:10p     15375           0  PACK16
10-10-94  10:08p     75947           0  PACK35
10-10-94  10:10p     21127           0  RAS
10-10-94  10:08p     19815           0  SORT
10-10-94  10:08p     47362           0  SYMB.PFB
10-10-94  10:08p     13231           0  TIMESPSF
10-10-94  10:08p     61713           0  TNRB.PFB
10-10-94  10:08p     64819           0  TNRI.PFB
10-10-94  10:09p    737258           0  TUTORIAL
10-10-94  10:08p     11169           0  VEMM
       18 file(s)    1836795 bytes used 
                           0 bytes free 

WARP DISK_11 PACK16 
        ->\MMOS2\VIDVBC.SYS
        ->\MMOS2\VIDVBC1.INI
        ->\MMOS2\REGION\CCIRCATV.RGN
        ->\MMOS2\REGION\JAPAN.RGN
        ->\MMOS2\REGION\JPNCATV.RGN
        ->\MMOS2\REGION\AUS.RGN
        ->\MMOS2\REGION\USA.RGN
        ->\MMOS2\REGION\CCIR.RGN
        ->\MMOS2\REGION\USACATV.RGN
WARP DISK_11 PACK35 
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\ES688DD\ES688WIN.DRV
        ->\MMOS2\ES688DD.SYS
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\ES688DD\MSMIXMGR.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\ES688DD\ES688WIN.386
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\ES688DD\AUDMPIO.DRV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\ES688DD\MIDIMAP.CFG
        ->\MMOS2\HELP\ES688INS.HLP
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\ESSVSD88.DLL

WARP DISK_12
10-12-94   1:00p     <DIR>           0  .
10-12-94   1:00p     <DIR>           0  ..
10-10-94  10:10p     22682           0  ATTRIB
10-10-94  10:10p     62417           0  COURB.PFB
10-10-94  10:10p     60187           0  COURI.PFB
10-10-94  10:12p    595963           0  DOS
10-10-94  10:11p    191210           0  INSTAID
10-10-94  10:10p     12736           0  PACK10
10-10-94  10:10p     14095           0  PACK29
10-10-94  10:10p     17096           0  PACK33
10-10-94  10:10p     48441           0  PACK40
10-10-94  10:11p     64082           0  PACK41
10-10-94  10:12p       358           0  PACK43
10-10-94  10:11p     93711           0  PACK5
10-10-94  10:11p     127956           0  PCMCIA
10-10-94  10:10p     31609           0  PMSEEK
10-10-94  10:12p    166821           0  RAS
10-10-94  10:12p      5171           0  VXMS
10-10-94  10:11p    310911           0  WINENV
10-10-94  10:10p      8525           0  WINTOUCH
       20 file(s)    1833971 bytes used 
                           0 bytes free 

WARP DISK_12 PACK10 
        ->\MMOS2\BUSAUDIO.SYS
        ->\MMOS2\HELP\BUSAUDIO.HLP
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\BSAUDRES.DLL
WARP DISK_12 PACK29 
        ->\MMOS2\VIDVBC.SYS
        ->\MMOS2\HELP\VIDWINDW.HLP
        ->\MMOS2\VIDVBC1.INI
WARP DISK_12 PACK33 
        ->\MMOS2\VIDVBC.SYS
        ->\MMOS2\HELP\VIDBLAST.HLP
        ->\MMOS2\VIDVBC1.INI
WARP DISK_12 PACK40 
        ->\MMOS2\SBD2.SYS
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBD2\SB20SND.DRV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBD2\SBFM.DRV
        ->\MMOS2\HELP\SBLASTER.HLP
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBD2\MIDIMAP.CFG
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBD2\VSBPD.386
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBD2\OEMSETUP.INF
WARP DISK_12 PACK41 
        ->\MMOS2\SBPD2.SYS
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBPD2\SBPAUX.DRV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBPD2\SBPSND.DRV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBPD2\SBPFM.DRV
        ->\MMOS2\HELP\SBLASTER.HLP
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBPD2\MIDIMAP.CFG
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBPD2\VSBPD.386
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBPD2\OEMSETUP.INF
WARP DISK_12 PACK43 
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SB16D2\OEMSETUP.INF
WARP DISK_12 PACK5 
        ->\MMOS2\CDPM.EXE
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\CDTBL.DLL
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\IBMCDXA.DLL
        ->\MMOS2\HELP\CDPMH.HLP
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\CDPMMRI.DLL
        ->\MMOS2\INSTALL\CDPM.EAS
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\CDDASH.DLL
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\GENCDVSD.DLL
        ->\MMOS2\DLL\CDAUDIO.DLL

WARP DISK_13
10-12-94   1:00p     <DIR>           0  .
10-12-94   1:00p     <DIR>           0  ..
10-10-94  10:13p     59084           0  AUDIOWIN
10-10-94  10:13p     62046           0  COUR.PFB
10-10-94  10:12p    255100           0  EPM
10-10-94  10:13p     54946           0  HELV.PFB
10-10-94  10:13p     12725           0  HELVPSF
10-10-94  10:13p     20450           0  LABEL
10-10-94  10:13p     32444           0  PACK30
10-10-94  10:13p     65383           0  PACK42
10-10-94  10:13p    128775           0  PACK43
10-10-94  10:12p      7147           0  RAS
10-10-94  10:13p     11247           0  SERIAL
10-10-94  10:13p    102879           0  TOUCH
       14 file(s)     812226 bytes used 
                           0 bytes free 

WARP DISK_13 PACK30 
        ->\MMOS2\SBD2.SYS
        ->\MMOS2\RMAUDIO.SYS
        ->\MMTEMP\RMSBLAST.SCR
WARP DISK_13 PACK42 
        ->\MMOS2\SBP2D2.SYS
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBP2D2\SBPAUX.DRV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBP2D2\SBPSND.DRV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBP2D2\SBPFM.DRV
        ->\MMOS2\HELP\SBLASTER.HLP
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBP2D2\MIDIMAP.CFG
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBP2D2\VSBPD.386
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SBP2D2\OEMSETUP.INF
WARP DISK_13 PACK43 
        ->\MMOS2\SB16D2.SYS
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SB16D2\SB16SND.DRV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SB16D2\SB16AUX.DRV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SB16D2\CSPMAN.DLL
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SB16D2\WFM0011.ACV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SB16D2\SBPFM.DRV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SB16D2\WFM0007.ACV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SB16D2\WFM0200.ACV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SB16D2\WFM0006.ACV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SB16D2\WFM0203.ACV
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SB16D2\WFM0202.ACV
        ->\MMOS2\HELP\SBLASTER.HLP
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SB16D2\MIDIMAP.CFG
        ->\MMTEMP\OS2\DRIVERS\SB16D2\VSBPD.386
        ->\MMOS2\DSP\WI0200.ASP
        ->\MMOS2\DSP\WO0200.ASP
        ->\MMOS2\DSP\WI0007.ASP
        ->\MMOS2\DSP\WO0007.ASP
        ->\MMOS2\DSP\WI0006.ASP
        ->\MMOS2\DSP\WO0006.ASP

WARP DISPLAY DISK_1
10-12-94   1:00p     <DIR>           0  .
10-12-94   1:00p     <DIR>           0  ..
10-10-94  10:21p    159449           0  8514
 9-26-94   9:44p       956           0  AT480AC.DSP
 9-26-94   9:44p       954           0  AT480BC.DSP
 9-26-94   9:44p       963           0  AT600BC.DSP
 9-26-94   9:44p      1129           0  AT768BC.DSP
 9-26-94   9:45p       279           0  ATIM32A.DSP
 9-26-94   9:45p       279           0  ATIM64A.DSP
10-09-94   8:09p     10251           0  BVHMPA.DL_
 9-26-94   9:44p       970           0  CL480AC.DSP
 9-26-94   9:44p       967           0  CL480BC.DSP
 9-26-94   9:45p       277           0  CL54XA.DSP
 9-26-94   9:44p       976           0  CL600BC.DSP
 9-26-94   9:44p      1141           0  CL768BC.DSP
10-10-94  10:19p         4           0  DISK.NUM
 9-23-94   4:32a     38288           0  DISPLAY.DL_
 9-23-94   6:40a     91680           0  DSPRES.DL_
 9-26-94   9:44p       966           0  HD480AC.DSP
 9-26-94   9:44p       960           0  HD480BC.DSP
 9-26-94   9:44p       970           0  HD600BC.DSP
 9-26-94   9:44p      1135           0  HD768BC.DSP
10-04-94   4:09p     26164           0  IBMVGA32.DL_
 9-01-94   7:52p       102           0  ISWINDOW.CO_
10-10-94  10:22p     26593           0  P9000
 9-26-94   9:45p       278           0  P9000A.DSP
 9-26-94   9:45p      4335           0  P9000B.DSP
 9-26-94   9:45p     31612           0  P9000M.DSP
10-10-94  10:22p    246058           0  P9000SYS
10-10-94  10:23p     25903           0  P9100
 9-26-94   9:45p     48358           0  P9100M.DSP
10-10-94  10:23p    258828           0  P9100SYS
10-10-94  10:21p    198808           0  POWER_9K
 9-26-94   9:44p       283           0  PSBGA32A.DSP
 9-26-94   9:44p      1447           0  PSMONO.DSP
 9-26-94   9:45p       792           0  PSS3A.DSP
 9-26-94   9:44p      4878           0  PSSVGA32.DSP
 9-26-94   9:44p      6345           0  PSVGA32.DSP
 9-26-94   9:44p     12920           0  PSXGA32.DSP
 9-26-94   9:45p       277           0  S3864A.DSP
10-08-94   8:14p      6551           0  SCREEN01.SY_
10-08-94   8:14p      6496           0  SCREEN02.SY_
 9-26-94   9:44p      1030           0  SP480AC.DSP
 9-26-94   9:44p      1028           0  SP480BC.DSP
 9-26-94   9:45p       328           0   TLIW32A.DSP
 9-26-94   9:44p       966           0  TR480AC.DSP
 9-26-94   9:44p       963           0  TR480BC.DSP
 9-26-94   9:44p       974           0  TR600BC.DSP
 9-26-94   9:44p      1138           0  TR768BC.DSP
 9-26-94   9:44p       963           0  TS480AC.DSP
 9-26-94   9:44p       959           0  TS480BC.DSP
 9-26-94   9:44p       969           0  TS600BC.DSP
 9-26-94   9:44p      1135           0  TS768BC.DSP
12-07-93   1:00p      1994           0  VESA.EX_
10-10-94  10:21p    118094           0  VGA
10-10-94   5:54p     70967           0  VSVGA.SY_
10-10-94   5:56p     33571           0  VVGA.SY_
 9-26-94   9:45p       260           0  WD24_31A.DSP
 9-26-94   9:44p       968           0  WD480AC.DSP
 9-26-94   9:44p       963           0  WD480BC.DSP
 9-26-94   9:44p       974           0  WD600BC.DSP
 9-26-94   9:44p      1139           0  WD768BC.DSP
 9-26-94   9:45p       277           0  WDC33A.DSP
10-02-94   7:55p      2762           0  WINVGA
10-10-94  10:22p     93533           0  WINXGA
10-10-94  10:21p    244636           0  XGA
       66 file(s)    1800213 bytes used 
                           0 bytes free 

WARP DISPLAY DISK_2
10-12-94   1:00p     <DIR>           0  .
10-12-94   1:00p     <DIR>           0  ..
10-10-94  10:23p     70966           0  CGA
10-07-94   3:25p    154758           0  CIRRUS.DL_
 9-26-94   9:45p     15631           0  CL54XB.DSP
 9-26-94   9:45p       708           0  CL54XM.DSP
10-10-94  10:26p    281419           0  CLWINDRV
10-10-94  10:23p     94373           0  EGA
 9-26-94   9:44p      4482           0  PSBGA32B.DSP
 9-26-94   9:44p      4307           0  PSCGA16.DSP
 9-26-94   9:44p      4349           0  PSEGA16.DSP
 8-18-94   7:41p      6825           0  SETMODE.EX_
 9-23-94   9:01p     57704           0  SV480256.DL_
 9-23-94   9:27p     57697           0  SV600256.DL_
 9-23-94   9:45p     58495           0  SV768256.DL_
 9-26-94   9:45p      4122           0  SVGA480A.DSP
 9-26-94   9:45p      4122           0  SVGA480B.DSP
 9-26-94   9:45p      4189           0  SVGA600B.DSP
 9-26-94   9:45p      4183           0  SVGA768B.DSP
 9-26-94   9:45p     13292           0  TLIW32B.DSP
 9-26-94   9:45p       755           0  TLIW32M.DSP
 9-29-94  12:57a    161544           0  TLIW32PM.DL_
 8-18-94   7:41p      6758           0  VMODE.CO_
10-10-94  10:24p     38622           0  WIN8514
10-10-94  10:25p    281818           0  WINTLI32
 9-15-94  11:48p     43446           0  WSPDBF.DR_
 9-15-94  11:51p     44173           0  WSPDSBF.DR_
 9-15-94  11:48p     43256           0  WSPDSF.DR_
 9-15-94  11:51p     43968           0  WSPDSSF.DR_
       29 file(s)    1505962 bytes used 
                           0 bytes free 

WARP DISPLAY DISK_3
10-12-94   1:00p     <DIR>           0  .
10-12-94   1:00p     <DIR>           0  ..
 9-26-94   9:45p     15906           0  PSS3B.DSP
 9-26-94   8:01p    157675           0  S3864
 9-26-94   9:45p     13838           0  S3864B.DSP
 9-26-94   9:45p       741           0  S3864M.DSP
10-05-94  12:29a    150086           0  S3VIDEO
10-10-94  10:27p    408503           0  S3WIN
10-10-94  10:29p    886527           0  WIN864
10-10-94  10:29p    199301           0  WIN86432
       10 file(s)    1832577 bytes used 
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WARP DISPLAY DISK_4
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