Quoting a message by askbill*AT*ibm.net in comp.os.os2.misc:
Quote:>>Lazy Write is being disabled
>>Read ahead is being disabled
Quote:>Not a problem I have seen in a long time...but could it be that he has too
>little memory to support the caching needed? Perhaps less than when first
>installed, hence CONFIG.SYS has LW set on, but the system finds it cannot
>support it, and awaits the <Enter> to acknowlege.
Hmm.. The press enter thing can't be related to memory limitations.
My friend tried running his cache in CONFIG.SYS on a P233 with 64 megs
of SDRAM and got the "Press enter" prompt. I tried it on my DX4-100 with
32 megs of RAM, and also got the press enter prompt.
The solution I found, that might also apply here, was to load the cache
in the startup.cmd file instead.
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