All software on this page are for real DOS – not Windows DOS shells or Linux dosemu –, especially those accessing the parallel ports, unless noted otherwise. Some of them have (limited) support for Windows, though – see the documentation for more details.
F64Check 0.10 beta (2003-01-05), checks F64 files, created by FCOPY-PC, and displays information about unusual sectors (© by Joe Forster/STA, 2003) [f64ck010.zip, 12.138 bytes]
LPTDetect 0.11 (1998-11-15), detects parallel ports and optionally updates the BIOS data area accordingly (© by Wolfgang Moser, 1998) [lptdct11.zip, 26.849 bytes]
X1541Test 0.10 (1999-01-12), determines whether parallel ports are compatible with the X1541 cable or not (© by Wolfgang Moser and Nicolas Welte, 1999) [x1541t10.zip, 29.213 bytes]
XCDetect 0.17 (1998-11-27), detects and tests all the X1541-series serial cables (© by Wolfgang Moser, 1998) [xcdtct17.zip, 35.490 bytes]
XCDetect 0.18 (2004-12-19), detects and tests all the X1541-series serial cables, including the XM1541 and XA1541 cables (© by Wolfgang Moser, 1998-2004) [xcdtct18.zip, 38.570 bytes]
XCTest 0.13 beta (2004-09-01), low-level test software for X1541-series serial cables (© by Joe Forster/STA, 2001-2004) [xctst013.zip, 27.933 bytes]
If you want to access long file names under real DOS or Windows NT 4.0, see the LFN drivers page.
ARCView 7.1, lists and extracts files in various archive formats interactively (1995-06-21) (© by Sergey Nazarenko, 1990-1995) [arcv_7_1.zip, 89.179 bytes]
LHA 2.55, archiver that handles LHA archives (1996-01-10) (© by Haruyasu Yoshizaki, 1988-1992) [lha255e.zip, 65.776 bytes]
Info-ZIP's zip 3.00 (2008-07-05) and Info-ZIP's unzip 6.00 (2009-04-20), archivers that handle ZIP archives; 16-bit and 32-bit DOS version (© by Info-ZIP Group, 1990-2009) [zip300x.zip, 509.582 bytes; unz600x.exe, 395.849 bytes] (homepage)
UNOFFICIAL: These packages have been compiled by the maintainer of this page with DJGPP 2.0.3 (DOS 32-bit) and Borland C++ 3.1 (DOS 16-bit).
LFN SUPPORT: Although these are DOS software, they can use long file names, when available.
SOURCE: You may also want to check out the source of ntoldapp [ntold09s.zip, 28.973 bytes].
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