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SYS+Copying System Files to Another Disk

Copies the DOS files onto another disk.

VERSION

PC-DOS 1.0+

MS-DOS equivalent: SYS (2.0+; SYSCOPY in earlier

versions)

TYPE

External

SYNTAX

[d:][path] SYS cd:

OPTIONS

[d:][path] Specifies the drive letter and path that

contain the SYS command file.

cd: Specifies the letter of the disk drive

that contains the disk you want the SYS

files copied to.

EXAMPLES

SYS B:

copies the DOS files to the disk in drive B.

SYS B:

COPY COMMAND.COM B:

copies the DOS files to the disk in drive B and makes the disk

bootable by copying the COMMAND.COM file.

MESSAGES

Cannot SYS to a network drive

You cannot use SYS on a network. Pause the fileserver and then

issue the SYS command.

No room for system on destination disk

There is not enough space for the system files on the destination

disk. Format a new disk with FORMAT/S and then reissue the

command.

No system on default drive

DOS cannot locate the system files to be transferred. Select a

disk that has the DOS files on it and try again.

NOTE

The target disk must either have an empty root directory,

have been formatted with the /S option of the FORMAT command, or

have been formatted with the /B option of the FORMAT command. If

you use the SYS command on a disk that has not been properly

formatted, you may lose data from it. The SYS command does not

copy the COMMAND.COM file, which is required to make a disk

bootable.

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[For related topics, press R]

SEE ALSO

CHKDSK Command

FORMAT Command

LABEL Command

RESTORE Command

SELECT Command

VER Command

VOL Command



See also:


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