> I've looked at the Norton 95 documentation and searched Microsoft's
> online knowledge base but can't find any info on this problem.
> I've been using Norton 95 (August '95 version dates) for a year now
> but haven't had a need to use Disk Editor until now. When I run it
> from within Windows 95 it says it is switching to MS-DOS mode and then
> it crashes and reboots. When I run it from Windows 95 command prompt
> or my previous MS-DOS version (5.0) it aborts with the error message
> "DOS/16M error  insufficient memory to load program".
> I guess this is related to a quirk I heard about video memory
> addressing with systems having more than 16 MB of RAM.
it allows DOS to run in 16-bit (DOS/16M) or 32-bit (DOS/4GW) protected mode.
All I can think of is that you need more conventional memory; check your
AUTOEXEC.BAT and CONFIG.SYS files (or make custom ones for this particular
application), and "rem" out all lines that you do not really need.
Hope it helps.
Ben Jos Walbeehm (My first name is "Ben Jos")
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