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MERCURY127

ACPIOFF pack and patch for win 9x / 3x

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ACPIOFF is a win.com patch (currently only for Windows 98SE), and a small 16-bit WinOff16 utility that both allow you to shutdown Windows and invoke the utility from FreeDOS, FDAPM.COM, with the POWEROFF command, which tries to shutdown the machine through the interfaces APM and ACPI.

PASSWORD: 1.
JUST 1.
Look English doc at end TXT file

ACPIOFF4.zip

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What about restarting? That is actually more useful for me than shutdown.
You could add a Shutdown/Restart dialog in the WinOff16.

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You already can use winoff16 as Windows only (not machine) restarter, if just delete fdapm from windir.

It is will work with both 3X and 9X. But you can't do windows only restart, if using 9X with USB2 drivers! 

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on my machines, 9x successfully disable all usb cntrlrs, when exit in real mode (ie for executing fdapm or winexit), but can't re-enable it, when doing second start. machine just halted.

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oh, sorry, guys :)

i forget say - also need set bootlogo = 0, and/or remove logow.sys, for properly work Winexit patch... else u cant see real dos prompt after win terminate.

sorry...

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