Something I've wanted to know for a while:
I understand what config.sys and autoexec.bat files are. Then there's config.dos and autoexec.dos, which I guess are used for DOS environment. But often on computers there are a myriad of config and autoexec files eg..
autoexec.001, autoexec.002, autoexec.003, autoexec.b01,autoexec.m01, autoexec.m02, autoexec.m03, autoexec.mtm and similar for config.
Why are there so many different files and what are they for?
I thought the idea was that anything that needed configuring all got done in config.sys?
Many of these are very similar or identical in content. I'm trying to resolve a hang on restart issue and want to look at these files for clues.
System is Win98SE