JSI Tip 5121. How do I start a 16-bit Windows program in a separate memory space, using Windows 2000 and Windows XP?

In 16bit separate VDM extension for Windows 2000, I described how to configure the Start / Run dialog box to display the Run in Separate Memory Space check box, and tip 201 describes how to check it by default.

When starting a 16-bit Windows application from a batch or CMD line, you can use the /separate switch of the Start command.



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