|Command||dos.pick84 Verb: TCL1/DOS
Applicable release versions: AP/DOS
|Description||provided to indicate that the current BIOS is an "old" version of BIOS, when it only provided for 84 keys. This is used to correct the problem of the system hanging after responding to the question "Do you wish to disable file reallocation?".
When the "pick84" command is invoked, the operator is given the choice of entering "o" for old BIOS, or "n" for new BIOS.
This is a DOS utility, and is generally run from DOS in the Pick directory before the file restore portion of the installation is performed.