DEVICE= (CONFIG.SYS Command)
Purpose: Adds DOS support for a physical (hardware) device. Use to
install a device driver in conventional▲ memory.
Use DEVICEHIGH= to install drivers into upper▲ memory.
Syntax: DEVICE=[d:][path]filename.ext [drvrParms]
d:\path\filename.ext is the drive, path, filename and extension of the file
that contains the program code of the device. If you omit the
drive and/or path, the file must be in the root of the boot disk.
The file usually has an extension of .SYS, .BIN, or .EXE and the
extension must be specified.
drvrParms are switches and options needed by the device driver. They vary
from driver to driver.
■ See Device Driver Basics for background info on device drivers.
See Also: CONFIG.SYS Commands