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Old 26 December 2007, 18:34   #12
Flashlab
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DH0: is your harddisk. It can be named differently (HD0: for example or whatever. Your floppy is called DF0: and this name is fixed. C: is the referral name to the C drawer(=directory) in the root of the device you booted from. So this is DF0:C/ when you boot from floppy and DH0:C/ when you boot from harddisk.

In the C drawer all system executables are stored.
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