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Old 10 May 2003, 17:42   #1
Tony Landais
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Question RAD Volume

How to create a RAD volume that survive only one boot.
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Old 12 May 2003, 03:39   #2
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Easy: remove the RAD: on the second boot.
How? Modify the RAD: startup sequence so it checks, maybe like this:
Code:
IF NOT EXISTS RAD:BOOTED
    echo "This is where your normal startup stuff goes"
    echo >RAD:BOOTED
    game.exe 
ELSE
    hardreset
ENDIF
The file RAD:BOOTED will be created on the first boot. On the following boot the file will exist therefore the 'hardreset' command will be executed - memory will be cleared and no more RAD:

I'll try to attach the 'hardreset' program here:
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Old 12 May 2003, 11:15   #3
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Thank you very much gary but I tried to both methods and remrad is very much easier

statup sequence of the RAD volume

Failat 9999999
remrad QUIET
Game.exe
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