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Telco - change default drive?

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I would like to have Telco run completely from my Horizon ramdisk (set up as DSK3).

 

However it seems Telco wants all of its modules to load only from DSK1. I couldn't find any obvious option for changing this.

 

Any suggestions?

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I would like to have Telco run completely from my Horizon ramdisk (set up as DSK3).

 

However it seems Telco wants all of its modules to load only from DSK1. I couldn't find any obvious option for changing this.

 

Any suggestions?

 

I've never tried it with Telco, but on other programs I've gone in with a sector editor and changed every occurrence of "DSK1." to something like "HDX1." The only time it failed was when a program was unable to operate in a sub-directory structure or if the program used direct calls to the hardware.

 

Good luck, let me if you are successful. I know the program makes direct calls to the RS-232 port and will not work under emulation or on a Nano-PEB, but have no idea about disk calls other than the fact it would not work with the HDX due to the fact that it uses a character in it's files that is "illegal" on the PC.

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Bingo!

Holding down the ENTER key on startup will have Telco prompt you for the drive number to use as default. It will then save this configuration.

Thanks all for the replies.

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