MSCDEX

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MSCDEX

(MicroSoft CD-ROM EXtensions) A DOS operating system module that added support for CD-ROM drives. The MSCDEX.EXE file was required on a DOS boot floppy in order to install Windows from the CD-ROM. Starting with Windows 95, MSCDEX was replaced with the CD-ROM File System (see CDFS).
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1 or higher; Microsoft-compatible mouse; CD-ROM drive and controller card with Microsoft CD-ROM extensions version 2.
1, VGA graphics card and monitor, 4 MB of RAM (8 MB or more recommended), 5 MB of free hard disk space, 2x ISO 9660 CDROM player, and Microsoft CD-ROM Extensions (MSCDEX) 2.
The Application Should Not Look for Microsoft CD-ROM Extensions When Loading
Yet another encyclopedia is now available on CD-ROM; IVID Communications' Information Finder, the 22-volume World Book Encyclopedia on one CD; it runs on IBM-compatibles with MS-DOS CD-ROM Extensions 2.
For example MSKB 123456 will return the user to the Microsoft document on Microsoft CD-ROM Extensions (MSCDEX) for MS-DOS.
1 or later, and MS-DOS CD-ROM Extensions (MSCDEX) version 2.
1 or later, MS-DOS CD-ROM Extensions (MSCDEX) version 2.
Additional operating system requirements include Microsoft CD-ROM extensions v2.
A hard disk drive with 2MB available for software and temporary storage of search data MS-DOS CD-ROM Extensions (MSCDEX) version 2.
It installs as a transparent complement to the Microsoft MS-DOS CD-ROM extensions and the device driver supplied by the CD-ROM drive vendor--and is compatible with virtually all CD-ROM hardware and software design for Windows, MS/PC-DOS and MS/PC-DOS applications that are run in a "DOS box" under Windows, as well as Kodak Photo CD.
Pricing is $1495 SRP for a 100-workstation license, which includes a 100-workstation license for the Microsoft CD-ROM extensions.