FreeDOS help system (hhstndrd 1.0.8 en)[shsufdrv]

Command: shsufdrv

SHSUFDRV simulates a floppy or hard disk using an image file.


SHSUFDRV [/F[:][?]]image[,drive]... [/W] [/V] [/U] [/Q[Q]] /F: The path to the image. image Filename of raw disk image; '?' will ignore an invalid image. drive Drive letter to use (default is first available).


/W Allow images to be written. /V Display memory usage (only at install). /U Unload. /Q Quiet - don't display sign-on banner. /QQ Really quiet - don't display anything.


Image files can be created with DISKCOPY. No drive letter will be assigned lower than the first. Eg: img1,E img2,D will assign to E: and F:, *not* E: and D:. Only the drive (on the first partition of a hard disk) is simulated, not the disk itself, and only a 512-byte sector size. SHSUFDRV / SHSURDRV has the following EXITCODES (ERRORLEVEL): 0 Uninstalled, help displayed 1-32 First drive letter assigned (A: = 1) on successful install; 255 Not installed, not uninstalled


SHSUFDRV /F:?C:\test\diskimg.img,H /W /V

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