MS-DOS and Windows command line lh command
Updated: 05/21/2018 by Computer Hope
The lh (load high) command is used to load programs in to high memory to free up conventional memory. This command is used in the autoexec.bat file.
Loads a program into the upper memory area.
LOADHIGH [drive:][path]file name [parameters] LOADHIGH [/L:region1[,minsize1][;region2[,minsize2]...] [/S]][drive:][path]file name [parameters]
|/L:region1[,minsize1][;region2[,minsize2]]||Specifies the region(s) of memory where to load the program. Region1 specifies the number of the first memory region; minsize1 specifies the minimum size, if any, for region1. Region2 and minsize2 specify the number and minimum size of the second region, if any. You can specify as many regions as you want.|
|/S||Shrinks a UMB to its minimum size while the program is loading.|
|[drive:][path]file name||Specifies the location and name of the program.|
Load the mouse driver mouse.com into higher memory.
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