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Once EZ-DISKCOPY reads the contents of a disk into memory, you can make as many copies as you want without your PC rereading the original disk. Make unlimited copies after a single master disk read. Just like a dedicated hardware duplicator (which can cost thousands), and just about as fast! The DOS DISKCOPY command spends about 27 seconds loading data on every copy. EZ-DISKCOPY does it only once, saving almost a minute every three disks. Even better, the program verifies the copy during each operation. Map disk usage and get sides and sectors information about a disk. If you choose, you do it all without typing in a single command. Just scroll across the pull-down menu and hit Enter. As an option, you can use single-character commands. Other features include verify, format only, compare, directory information, extensive on-line help, and more. Extensive, easy-to-read documentation is included in the package. The only things to be wary of are memory-resident programs which chew into the memory needed for EZ-DISKCOPY.
#1# EZ-DiskCopy by EZX Corporation EZ-DiskCopy was written by MaeDae Enterprises based on FastCopy by Systems, Software, Support of Houston, TX. EZ-DiskCopy turns your computer into a high speed diskette duplicating machine equalling the performance of many dedicated hardware diskette duplicators costing thousands of dollars. Comments or suggestions for improving EZ-DiskCopy will be appreciated. EZ-DiskCopy requires an IBM PC or compatible with 256K of RAM. Display adapters known to work with EZ-DiskCopy are the IBM monochrome (MDA), color (CGA), enhanced graphics (EGA), and video graphics array (VGA) adapters. EZ-DiskCopy supports 160K, 180K, 320K, and 360K format 5 1/4 inch diskettes and 720K 3 1/2 inch diskettes. #20# General help for all menus: This menu is broken up into two basic windows. The window at the top of your screen shows several options to choose from. The window at the bottom of the screen expands on what will occur if you choose the highlighted option (the one that has a different background color). Options may be selected in one of two ways. You can either press the first letter of the desired command or move the highlight bar over the desired option and press enter. To move the highlight bar use either the space bar, up arrow, down arrow, left arrow, or right arrow. You can also use home to move to the first top line item on the menu. Using the first letter of a command only works in the ACTIVE window. If you don't have any pulldown then the active window is the top window. Once you pulldown one of the options that becomes the active window. You must use one of the commands in the pulldown once it is active. You can always use Escape to back out of the pulldown and return to the top menu. #21# You are now using the EZ-DiskCopy Main Menu. From here you can access the main functional areas of EZ-DiskCopy. Refer to the On-Line Manual to get a feel for what a fully featured diskette duplicator can do. An additional status window is displayed near the bottow of your screen. It shows you the status for load, copy, compare, and format. A time in seconds is displayed after each type of operation. This shows you the time it took for the previous load, copy, etc. If 0 seconds is displayed, then you haven't performed an operation to allow EZ-DiskCopy to time that function. EZ-DiskCopy uses a "smart" form of counting where the copy and compare counters are reset to zero when you load a disk. That way they always provide you information relative to the disk you are working with. Please note that an abbreviated directory window will appear in the middle of your screen as soon as a valid source diskette has been loaded. It will show the diskette volume label (if any) and the first four file names. We have tried to design EZ-DiskCopy to let you get your job done quickly and easily. Please feel free to forward any suggestions for improvement to us at EZX Publishing, Attn: EZ-DiskCopy Author. #100# Drive was not ready for read/write. Please ensure you have a floppy in the drive and the drive door is closed. Sometimes on very fast AT compatible computers with 1.2 Mb diskette drives the drive can't respond quickly enough. In this case try the operation again or add a utility to modify the timeout on the drive. Several programs are available to fix this disk drive timeout problem. #200# An error was detected while trying to read your source diskette. Please ensure the diskette is inserted in the specified drive and that the drive door is closed. Also you might try to take the diskette out and re-insert it back into the drive. Sometimes the diskette isn't centered correctly within the disk drive. The source was not loaded so you will not be able to make any copies. Only standard 160K, 180K, 320K, and 360K 5 1/4" and 720K 3 1/2" diskette formats are supported. #300# EZ-DiskCopy could not perform the requested operation. This screen gives help related to the format and copy diskette operations. An error occured during the requested operation. Listed below are some helpful hints with a detailed error listing provided on the next screen. Please ensure: 1. The diskette isn't write protected. 2. There really is a diskette in the destination drive. 3. There is no obvious physical damage to the diskette. 4. You aren't trying to save to a 1.2 Mb diskette in a 360 Kb disk drive or a 1.44M diskette as a 720K disk. 5. You don't have any disk cache software that is trying to buffer writes to your floppy drive. 6. You really do have the specified destination drive. This error may be generated on some hard disk based systems where you boot from the hard disk. Try booting from a floppy containing your DOS. The problem may go away. We have seen this happen with certain versions of DOS, specifically Compaq DOS 3.31 and IBM PC DOS 4.0. We will continue to research the problem and provide an update ASAP! The next help screen will provide a detailed explaination of the error codes. #301# Error codes: Code Description ════ ═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════ 0 Unable to bring the diskette in drive up to speed for operation 1 Bad command: invalid request made to diskette controller 2 Bad address mark: sector ID marking invalid or not found 3 Write protect error: attempt to write on protected diskette 4 Bad sector: requested sector not on diskette 8 DMA failure 9 DMA boundary error: attempt to DMA outside 64K area 16 Bad CRC: diskette read found invalid parity check of data 32 Controller failed: diskette controller malfunction 64 Bad seek: move to requested track failed 128 Time out: drive did not respond Note: The description of these error codes were obtained from several sources for the IBM PC. The descriptions are very generic because there can be a wide variety of problems return the same error code. We don't mean to be cryptic but there is really no way to return a specific error code for every possible error condition. #400# This screen shows you a lot of technical information that probably seems very confusing at first. DOS uses all this information and more to keep track of information stored on floppy diskettes. As the IBM PC and DOS has evolved over the last few years so has the formats of the media used in the computer. This has caused a large number of formats for the media. EZ-DiskCopy uses the following drive types: 0 160K Single sided, 40 track, 8 sectors per track 1 180K Single sided, 40 track, 9 sectors per track 2 320K Double sided, 40 track, 8 sectors per track 3 360K Double sided, 40 track, 9 sectors per track 4 720K Double sided, 80 track, 9 sectors per track 5 1.2M Double sided, 80 track, 15 sectors per track ** Not supported ** 6 1.44M Double sided, 80 track, 18 sectors per track ** Not Supported ** Note: For the higher capacity drives use our EZ-Copy Plus! Other information displayed on this page will need to be looked up in a DOS technical reference manual. You can easily obtain a book containing this information from your local computer store. #401# A map of your diskette is also laid out before you. Any cluster with a * contains information. Any cluster with a . doesn't contain information. Information on how the clusters relate to absolute sides, tracks, sectors, etc. can be obtained using the info/drive status option under the utility section of EZ-DiskCopy. #600# You must first load a diskette before you can save it or compare it to another diskette. Use the load disk option to load a diskette. Did you have a disk error on the previous read? Only diskettes which have been read into memory can be written back out. If you are using this option to format diskettes first format a clean master diskette using your DOS. Load that diskette into EZ-DiskCopy. Turn the forced format option on for best results. You can now save as many copies of the diskette as desired. The result is the same as using DOS's format command but is faster. #650# You must first load a diskette before you can do a directory of it. Use the load disk option to load a diskette. The in-memory directory command looks at the diskette image stored in RAM and generates a directory from it instead of re-reading the diskette. This is much faster and more convient for the user. #660# The in-memory directory command allows you to do a directory of the source disk you have loaded in memory. This allows you to quickly check the contents of the in-memory diskette to ensure you have the correct diskette loaded for copies or compares. The in-memory directory displays a file number to keep track of the file you are on, the filename, file extension, and file size in bytes. This directory is obtained by checking the file allocation table (FAT) which is located in the image of the diskette stored in memory. This technique doesn't use DOS. EZDC tries to obtain the filenames from the information stored in memory. There is no other way without asking DOS to read the diskette directory from the floppy diskette. Our technique works on all versions of DOS up to DOS 4.01. Since this is the latest version available at this time, we feel the technique works under all known conditions. However, future versions of DOS may change the format of the FAT stored on floppy diskettes. If this occurs, contact us to upgrade to the latest version of EZDC that supports your new DOS version. #800# Use of this option is highly recommended for companies producing diskettes which need to be read on the widest range of computers. By forcing the format of a diskette you guarantee that data is laid down cleanly on the new tracks. If you simply write over old data without reformatting the diskette it can cause some problems with 1.2 Mb floppy drives. The 1.2 Mb drives are very picky on the AT. By reformatting the floppy it helps readability. Use of the forced format option will cause the copy operation to take about 50% longer than saving to a formatted floppy without forced format. If you are constantly saving to blank unformatted diskettes it is strongly recommended that you set the default at forced format. Without forced format EZ-DiskCopy first tries to write to the diskette, if that fails it will then set forced format to on for this one copy only. You can save the one or two seconds test time by telling EZ-DiskCopy to just go ahead and format the floppy without testing to see if the diskette is already formatted. Note: If you are always working with unformatted diskettes, using this this option will save you about 1/2 second per copy. EZ-DiskCopy, like DOS, first tries to write to the floppy before resorting to formatting. You are saving the time it takes to determine the floppy isn't formatted. #900# This option allows you to define the default path for accessing the on-line manual and context sensitive help. Make sure you include the index file (.INX) along with the help/manual file (.TXT) in the specified directory. #1000# This option alows you to enable/disable the sound or beeps on errors. Some people find programs that beep on errors to be annoying (me for one). This option will allow you to disable ALL warning beeps in EZ-DiskCopy. #1100# This menu allows you to change all the colors used in EZ-DiskCopy. To change a default color - first use the up or down arrow key to select the color, then type in the new color. When you have changed all the colors press Ctrl+D to display these colors in a sample window. As with all installation options, these changes will not be used until you choose the retain option on the main menu. This allows you to experiment with the installation options and then not have to lose your original defaults. Please keep in mind the foreground text colors can be 0-15, the background 0-7. If you choose a text color the same as a background color then the text will disappear. You may notice some of your installed color combinations result in invisible lines on the Ctrl+D popup window. Please be careful not to choose this color for one of your text colors!! Note: For many of the EZ-DiskCopy installable options and user inputs you will see a prompt containing the characters . If you count the number of 's you will find the maximum number of characters that can be entered. Escape is used throughout EZ-DiskCopy to signal "I want out". Press Enter, up arrow, down arrow, or whatever is asked for to enter the desired value. Escape will throw away any immediate changes and get you out of the area you are in. #1101# Please note that the background color (0-7) is one digit long and the foreground color (0-15) is two digits long. That is why you will see the input prompt (the s) change it's width as you go between the colors. #1200# This screen shows the possible combinations of colors in EZ-DiskCopy. If you are using a non IBM display adapter you may have to "play" with the colors to get a pleasing combination. EZ-DiskCopy defaults to colors that work well with the IBM Color Graphics Adapter, IBM Enhanced Graphics Adapter, and IBM Monochrome Display Adapter. On some monochrome display adapter clones you may need to alter a foreground text color to get the background to change intensity. The default combination of colors will work on any 100% IBM PC compatible display adapter! #1300# EZ-DiskCopy allows the help & manual paths, program colors, etc. to be saved in a configuration file. If no configuration file is specified on the command line (ex. C:>EZDC C:\EZDC\MyConfg.CNF) when you call up EZ-DiskCopy then EZ-DiskCopy will use the default name of EZDC.CNF. You are being asked for the name of the configuration file to load. You may have several configuration files saved under different names. Example: BW.CNF (for black and white composite monitors attached to a composite color card), etc. Please make sure that the configuration file you are asking EZ-DiskCopy to use is really an EZ-DiskCopy configuration file! Remember you can always press ESC if you got into this area by accident. #1400# EZ-DiskCopy allows the default help/manual paths, program colors, etc to be saved in a configuration file. If no configuration file is specified on the command line (ex. C:>EZDC C:\EZDC\MyConfg.CNF) when you call up EZ-DiskCopy then EZ-DiskCopy will use the default name of EZDC.CNF. You are being asked for the name of the configuration file to save all the program defaults to. You may have several configuration files saved under different names. Examples: BW.CNF (for black and white composite monitors attached to a composite color card), etc. Please remember you can always press ESC if you got into this area by accident. #1500# The diskettes you are trying to compare are not the same type. Diskettes come in several different capacities. You are trying to compare one format with another. This can't be performed. Use the utilities section of EZ-DiskCopy to determine the diskette type. #1510# The compare of the two diskettes failed. The diskette stored in memory is not the same as the diskette you asked EZ-DiskCopy to compare it to. #1520# The diskette in memory is the same as the diskette you compared it to. Both the format (160K, 180K, 320K, 360K, and 720K) are the same and the contents are the same. A complete byte for byte comparison was performed. The comparison was performed on the in-memory disk and the specified diskette one byte at a time. If any byte wasnn't the same, you would have been shown a different window saying that the diskettes were not the same. #1600# This screen allows you to select the default format capacity for your disk drives. You specify the format for each drive by typing the drive letter, an equal sign, and then the desired format capacity. Do not use any spaces within the specification. For example: A=360 is ok, but A= 360 or A=3 60 are not! You can change the format capacity of any drive or all drives by simply editing the displayed values. Also, make sure the drive you specify is a DOS compatible drive. Only those drives normally addressable through DOS via INT13 (a DOS standard access method) are supported. Editing keys: Keypad Home, End, left arrow, right arrow, insert, delete, and much more. Each of your floppy drives support a high end format capacity but may also be able to support older and smaller disk formats. For example: The first IBM PC back in 1981 only supported the 5 1/4" 160K format. With the improvements in disk drive technology and DOS revisions the capacity grew in steps up to the current 360K for the standard double sided double density 5 1/4" drive. We provide support for the older formats, allowing compatibility with the older machines and users of older versions of DOS. #1625# EZ-DiskCopy could not understand the format you specified. One of two possibilities exist. Either you specified the information in an invalid format or the capacity you specified for one of the drives is not valid. Assume drive A: is a 720K drive and B: is a 360K drive. Valid commands: A=720 B=360 or A=720 B=160 or A=720 B=180 Invalid commands: A=360 B=720 or A=720 B=3 60 or A =720 B=360 Do not use any spaces in the drive=capacity statement. Ensure the capacity you specify is valid and that the drive is a DOS compatible drive. An arrow is probably shown on your screen under a section of the format specification. This shows where we were in working with your desired formats when the error was encountered. Usually the arrow will appear immediately after the end of the statement that caused the error. For example: A=160 B=360 As the formats are looked at, the arrow would be pointing to the space after 160 (it had just finished getting the desired format capacity). A check would be performed to see if drive A could support a 160K format (a 720K drive can't). You would then be given the error message. #1650# This screen allows you to define the different drives on your computer and their maximum capacity. You specify the capacity for each drive by typing the drive letter, an equal sign, and then the drive capacity. Do not use any spaces within the specification. For example: A=360 is ok, but A= 360 or A=3 60 are not! You can change the maximum capacity of any drive or all drives by simply editing the displayed values. Also, make sure the drive you specify is a DOS compatible drive. Only those drives normally addressable through DOS via INT13 (a DOS standard access method) are supported. Editing keys: Keypad Home, End, left arrow, right arrow, insert, delete, and much more. Many of the older computers don't directly support the newer drives using the BIOS calls. Because of this, we allow you to override the information we obtain from BIOS calls. Some of the older computers may report that a drive may not exist or be the wrong size when we inquire thru BIOS calls. If your configuration differs from the one shown, add additional drives and correct capacities. After you save the configuration, EZ-Diskcopy will use your information and ignore the initial drive information provided by BIOS calls. #1675# The only valid capacities in K are 360, 720, 1200, or 1440! EZ-DiskCopy could not understand the capacity you specified. One of two possibilities exist. Either you specified the information in an invalid format or the capacity you specified for one of the drives is not valid. Assume drive A: is a 720K drive and B: is a 360K drive. Valid command: A=720 B=360 Invalid commands: A=360 B=720 or A=720 B=3 60 or A=720 B=320 Do not use any spaces in the drive=capacity statement. Ensure the capacity you specify is the maximum capacity supported by the drive and that the drive is a DOS compatible drive. An arrow is probably shown on your screen under a section of the capacity specification. This shows where we were in working with your desired formats when the error was encountered. Usually the arrow will appear immediately after the end of the statement that caused the error. For example: A=160 B=360 As the capacities are looked at, the arrow would be pointing to the space after 160 (it had just finished getting the actual maximum drive capacity). 160 is an invalid maximum capacity! #1700# EZ-DiskCopy "spools" your diskette to a specified drive when you run out of normal RAM in your computer's main memory. When working with 3 1/2" disks, your computer can't store the entire diskette in memory. We send the portion that can't be stored in main memory to a disk file. This option allows you to specify which drive will contain the temporary file. A file by the name of EZDCDISK.$$$ is created in the root of the specified spool drive and used for the temporary storage of the portion of the diskette that won't fit into memory. This file is created for spooling and then erased after you finish using EZ-DiskCopy. Please ensure there is about one megabyte of free disk space available on the specified drive. Not all of this will be used but it is the suggested minimum to prevent any possible problems. For higher performance, specify a large RAM disk as the spool drive. This will allow EZ-DiskCopy to spool to a high speed device, making the copying of larger diskettes very fast. Specify your extended or expanded memory as a RAM disk and install EZ-DiskCopy to spool to this drive for much faster operation. Drives A-Z are allowed for spooling. Do NOT spool to the same drive that you are copying! Using floppy drives for spooling is not recommended. #1800# This option allows you to address any floppy drive attached to your computer as long as it is supported in your computer's Basic Input Output System (BIOS). Press the letter corresponding to the drive you want to access (example: G for diskette drive G:). Special checks are performed to ensure that you don't use a hard disk or simular type drive for this operation. Most of us don't appreciate it when a program accidentally reformats our hard disk. Most computers support drives A: and B: as floppy drives (removable media drives). Hard disks normally start at C: and run thru Z: (and aren't normally removable). Some computers are a little different, maybe even a little strange. They may even have a floppy drive addressed as G:. We have built in support for floppies addressed as A: thru Z: as long as your computer fully supports them in its BIOS. We also work with most drives that use a device driver (in the CONFIG.SYS file) to extend the ROM BIOS. #1810# The floppy drive you have selected is not recognized by your system as a normal floppy drive. We ask your computer using INT13 in your computer's Basic Input Output System (BIOS) what drives you have. It reported that the drive you selected is not a floppy drive. Some add-on floppy drives may provide you with some software that "tricks" your computer into thinking it has additional drives. This kind of thing normally works around the BIOS and isn't compatible with normal BIOS calls. We can't guarantee proper operation with your diskette drives in these cases. #2000# EZ-DiskCopy ran out of memory while trying to perform the requested operation. Generally this will only happen if you have limited free system memory (RAM) and try to perform an operation that requires a lot of memory. Possible corrective measures: 1. Limit the number of memory resident programs you load. 2. Upgrade your system RAM if you have less than 640K. 3. Provide additional free disk space on the drive you specified for the spooling of large floppies. #20050# Quick startup info: EZ-DiskCopy is a diskette duplication program which lets you, the user, mass produce diskettes quickly and easily. It allows you to read a diskette once and then make as many copies as you want. EZ-DiskCopy supports 5 1/4 inch 160K, 180K, 320K, and 360K; also 3 1/2 inch 720K. To copy a diskette use the Load pulldown off the main menu. Insert the diskette you would like to copy. Next tell EZ-DiskCopy where you put the diskette by selecting the Load pulldown and pressing A for drive A: or B for drive B:. Your diskette will be loaded into memory. Take out your master source diskette and place the diskette you would like to make the copy on into a drive, it doesn't matter which drive. Now it is time to tell EZ-DiskCopy to make the copy. Select the Copy pulldown and press A to make the copy in drive A: or B for drive B:. EZ-DiskCopy will automatically format your floppy if it isn't already formatted. Repeat this step to make as many copies as you want. Isn't it nice not to have to reload your source diskette each time? Refer to other sections of the On-Line Manual for additional information. F1 is available to call up help while you are using EZ-DiskCopy. #20051# ┌──────────────────────────┐ │ Commonly Asked Questions │ └──────────────────────────┘ 1. Will EZ-DiskCopy (EZDC) duplicate copy protected diskettes? No. EZDC will only duplicate unprotected diskettes with no bad sectors. 2. How does EZDC manage to copy even 720K floppies with only 256K of RAM required? EZDC holds as much of the diskette in memory as possible. The rest of the diskette is spooled to a file on another drive. 3. What about 3 1/2" 1.44M, 5 1/4" 1.2M, and serialization? See the sales literature section of the on-line manual. #20100# EZ-DiskCopy allows you to read an entire diskette into memory and then make as many copies as you want without reading the master diskette again. To do this it must retain an image of the master diskette in memory. This image can take up to 720K of storage space. The portion of the diskette that won't fit into memory is spooled to another drive. EZ-DiskCopy out performs DOS's diskcopy both in speed and in safety of the operation. EZ-DiskCopy speeds up the access times of your disk drive allowing quicker reads and writes. It also verifys the copy by checking the CRC written to the diskette during the copy process. When making a copy, EZ-DiskCopy (unless told otherwise) will check the diskette to see if it is already formatted and then proceed either with the copy or the format and copy. Just feed it diskettes, you don't need to worry about the destination diskette. Nothing could be easier! System requirements: An IBM PC or totally compatible clone, 256K of RAM, and IBM PC DOS version 3.0 or later. EZ-DiskCopy should work with any version of MS DOS 3.0 or later but has not been tested with all the possible MS DOS versions. #20200# ╔════════╦═══════════════════════════╦═══════════════════════════╗ ║ PC DOS ║ PC DOS 4.0 ║ EZ-DiskCopy v2.0 ║ ║ vs ╠══════╤══════╤══════╤══════╬══════╤══════╤══════╤══════╣ ║ EZDC ║ Load │ Save │FmtSav│Format║ Load │ Save │FmtSav│Format║ ╠════════╬══════╪══════╪══════╪══════╬══════╪══════╪══════╪══════╣ ║ 360K ║24 sec│41 sec│83 sec│44 sec║24 sec│40 sec│57 sec│40 sec║ ╟────────╫──────┼──────┼──────┼──────╫──────┼──────┼──────┼──────╢ ║ 720K ║50 sec│92 sec│179sec│88 sec║49 sec│89 sec│123sec│80 sec║ ╚════════╩══════╧══════╧══════╧══════╩══════╧══════╧══════╧══════╝ Notes: EZ-DiskCopy (EZDC) is a fast, safe, and easy to use diskette duplication program. Pull down menus, context sensitive help, on-line manual, and multiple copies per read are supported. Times may change as we continue to improve EZ-DiskCopy. Please note that the faster your computer, the more EZ-DiskCopy out performs IBM PC DOS. The virtual drive we used was a RAM disk. EZ-DiskCopy can make multiple copies/compares per read, PC DOS can't. EZ-DiskCopy is far faster than PC DOS (2-3x) for multiple operations because it doesn't reload the source and makes copies of even a 720K diskette in a single pass! #20201# All benchmarks are based on version 2.0 of EZ-DiskCopy running on an IBM PS/2 model 70. Run your own timing tests using your hardware, don't take our word that we are faster. The only true test of how quickly EZ-DiskCopy will perform diskette operations on your hardware is to actually time them. We invite you to put EZ-DiskCopy to the test. The above times are affected by the DOS version, both by its revision and its source (IBM, Compaq, etc). Any small change in your hardware may throw off the timing of EZ-DiskCopy. Memory resident programs slow down EZ-DiskCopy and may drastically (up to 50%) slow the disk operations. Even such a small thing as displaying the track number while copying took many hours of work to speed up to where it didn't slow down operations. All tests were run with IBM PC DOS with no memory resident programs. If your timing tests show results radically different from the above figures please write us with figures. If you did better we will praise EZ-Disk Copy, if you did worse we will try to find something to blame it on. For additional speed and media formats inquire about EZ-Copy Plus! Please note that we far out perform DOS on 720K media because of our ability to work with the diskette in a single pass without requiring you to swap diskettes. Our tests added 10 sec to DOS's time for disk swaping. #20300# HISTORY OF REVISIONS: ═════════════════════ EZ-Copy Lite ver 1.0 Aug 1988 Basic Version. Quickly make disk copies. On-line manual and context sensitive help make it easy. No cryptic DOS commands needed. EZ-Copy Lite ver 1.1 Sep 1988 Added on screen file directory and additional help and manual screens. EZ-Copy Lite ver 1.2 Nov 1988 Expanded on-line help and manual. A few minor touchups and bug fixes. EZ-Copy Lite ver 1.3 Mar 1989 Added a diskette compare function. Now replaces both diskcopy and diskcomp. Released EZ-Copy Plus to handle 1.2M 5 1/4 inch diskettes and 720K/1.44M 3 1/2 inch formats. See sales lit for more info (Unbelievable performance!). EZ-Copy Lite ver 1.4 Jun 1989 A few minor enhancements and bug fixes. #20301# EZ-Copy Lite ver 1.5 Jul 1989 Faster, smaller, ... Replaced several C routines with faster and smaller assembly language routines. About 6K less memory required for registered version. EZ-Copy Lite ver 1.6 Oct 1989 A little faster and smaller. Reduced the overhead in a few areas resulting in about 5K less memory required for registered version. A few minor bug fixes and touchups. EZ-Copy Lite ver 1.7 Feb 1990 Smaller and faster. Combined help and on-line manual files to save about 3K. Added 360K diskette format capability. Several other areas were touched up. EZ-DiskCopy ver 2.0 May 1990 Added 720K 3 1/2" disk support. Added (We renamed it to better virtual memory support, minimum memory describe the product) is now 256K! Now includes EZ-Labeler which prints diskette labels. #20302# EZ-DiskCopy ver 2.1 Jun 1990 Added additional support for older XT class machines where the BIOS may not directly support 720K and 1.2M drives. Added more error checking in several areas. Also added additional help and manual screens. #20500# GENERAL: ════════ 1. EZ-DiskCopy was developed by Dave Black of MaeDae Enterprises. 2. Special thanks to Jim Nech for his technical advice on how to speed up EZ-DiskCopy. 3. EZ-DiskCopy was written in C with the core disk routines in assembly language. It uses the Professional C Windows described below. The source for EZ-DiskCopy consists of about 8,000 lines of code. 4. Special thanks to Jim Nech at SSS for his excellent C & Assembly language windowing package (Professional C Windows) used in EZ-Disk Copy. It comes with complete source code and is only $89. This package is a must for software developers (info/orders 713-726-0386). #20900# EZX Publishing for the EaZy computing eXperience! ~ ~ ~ α More info? Call us at 713/280-9900 BBS:713/280-8180 FAX:713/280-0525 We'll send you our latest catalog ASAP. ß For Visa/MasterCard/American Express/Discover credit card orders, call our toll free lines: OrderVoice:1-800-US-EASY_X OrderFAX:1-800-SEE-FAX-EZX Γ See end of this notice for more ordering information, and an order form. π Updated 6/9/90. Pricing, terms, etc. subject to change without notice. Σ UPGRADING? Anyone registered user of any of our products wishing to upgrade to the latest version products, call or FAX us for details and pricing. Please have your current serial number(s) available. We upgrade products on a 6-9 month cycle. σ For your computing pleasure, EZX Publishing presents: #20901# EZ-FORMS LITE <tm> EZFL Ver. E20 (Released 3/1/90) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ - Great price, Less bytes than EZFX! - Never be without the perfect form with the PREMIER forms processor! - Create/Fill-in/Print/Revise all kinds of forms. - And, when you have the perfect form, print a perfect master for your copier or local printer. - Or, leave the master form on screen, fill in your data, and print the perfect form, error free. - In just a snap! Your filled-in form can be automatically stored, each with its own control number. - It's like having an electronic filing cabinet for perfect audit control. - You can make solid borders, lines, shades, combs and numerous graphics with just a few key strokes. - In fact, you can create the perfect custom form faster than your local typesetter can say ... OVERCHARGE! - Clear Forms Overlay is great for pre-printed forms. Just enter your data in the available spaces on the master form while previewing the results on screen. - It prints perfectly! No more "goof-ups" and wastage of those expensive multi-part forms. Speeds processing too. #20902# Features include: - Auto-time/date/sequence numbering; - Block cut/paste/copy; import/export; - Forms up to 130 columns by 86 lines. - Operates on IBM(tm) family and close compatible computers. DOS 2.1+, 320K RAM and 1 floppy required. - Complete printer drivers included. Supports most printers including Epson(tm)/IBM and compatible printers; also the HP-LaserJet(tm) and compatibles ("Y" cartridge; other fonts may vary - see soft font pack below). Over 90 user modifiable forms also included. Additional new features include: - Slick user interface with moving bar "pull-down" menus and on-line help; - Annotated forms directory; - "LQ" 24 pin dot matrix and integrated Laser printer support (see optional laser Font pack below); - Bolding and underlining; - Printed user guide - 90+ basic forms template/style sheet pack included. #20903# Version E20 adds: 4-function math (+-/*), and directory sorting. Basic Laser Fonts now included. 10 soft fonts (which include the line drawing characters not usually available in soft fonts) for the HP-LaserJet Plus, Series 2 and compatibles are now included FREE with your retail order. 5 portrait and 5 landscape fonts are included. (HPLJFSP v 1.3). Please do not confuse this with the HPLJFGSP v2.1 optionally available for use with EZ-FORMS EXECUTIVE only. See details below. •Only $59+s/h (Extra forms packs... see below.) #20904# EZ-FORMS EXECUTIVE<tm> EZFX Ver.2.4 (Released 4/1/90) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ - "The Ultimate Forms Generator and Manager". In addition to all the features of EZ-FORMS LITE, add: - Moving-bar menus with over 200 screens of on-line help; - A comprehensive printed manual/tutorial; - Math (+, -, *, /, column/row addition, more ... over 40 functions); - Macros (keystroke record/playback makes form fill-out a breeze); - ASCII data file merge; - Auto date, time, increment numbering; - Multi-character drawing; - Fill-in and file; - Clear forms overlay (for pre-printed forms); - Chain (multi-page forms) and multi-copy printing; - Handles forms up to 248 columns by 132 lines; - Enhanced printer support includes extensive user modifiable printer attributes and embedded characters, also double/single block/shade character line drawing and any character "drag" modes; - Italics, superscript, subscript, double wide, bold, underline, etc. are supported for properly equipped printers. #20905# - Laser Printer (HP and compatibles) support includes auto font downloading, graphics emulation and custom font support (see optional font disk below). - "LQ" 24 pin. as well as, 9 pin dot matrix printers also fully supported. Other features include: - File encryption to protect sensitive files; - File compression to save valuable disk space; - File description annotation; - Increment number counter (different number on each form) printing; - Auto-tab/fill-in and file (makes filling out pre-printed forms a snap); - Field markers (lock out designated areas); - Vertical typing; - Large character translation; - Math zero suppression; - Word-wrap, centering, justification; - Cut and paste; - Protected field overide; - Graphics "walk-around" mode; - Fully customizeable printer drivers; - User definition of embedded characters; - Mouse support for Logitech and Microsoft mice. #20906# - Operates on IBM family and close compatible computers. DOS 2.1 or higher, 512K free RAM and a hard drive are required. - 101+ pre-designed and user modifiable forms (Basic Forms Pack) included. - Comprehensive printed user guide is included. UPGRADE INFORMATION. If you own a registered copy of any EZ-FORMS, call 1-713-280-9900 for upgrade details. Have your registration number handy. Ask about the FORMS Combo Pack Special Offer! New features of Version 2.4 (Released 4/1/90) - Over 200 screens of on-line help/manual. - Expanded math: 15 digits, square and other roots, trig, financial, etc. More than 40 functions. 100 accumulators for intermediate calculations. - User configurable math auto-recalc. - Improved CFO for pre-printed forms. Automatic grid generator. - Expanded manual with triple the content. - Data Export in 8 different ASCII delimited formats. - Search Mode: Like a mini free form database. - View/Search/Edit/Print from any forms directory. #20907# - Expanded HP LaserJet/Compatible printer support. With the optional HPLJ Font Support Pack 2.1, you get capability of 10 different fonts per forms and up to 15 graphic images per form. - Requires 640K (512 free) and a hard disk for operation. - Sorted directories, makes recursive directories very quick. - Keyboard macros with an Auto-start feature. - Support for non-USA characters like öòûùÿÖÜ¢£¥₧ƒáíóúñÑªÉÄÅîïèë etc. - Menu integration to EZ-InFORMa dB manager. (Read about EZ-InFORMa dB below) Basic Laser Fonts now included. 10 soft fonts (which include the line drawing characters not usually available in soft fonts) for the HP-LaserJet Plus, Series 2 and compatibles are now included FREE with your retail order. 5 portrait and 5 landscape fonts are included. (HPLJFSP v 1.3). Please do not confuse this with the HPLJFGSP v2.1 optionally available for use with EZ-FORMS EXECUTIVE only. See details below. - Plus Much more... •Only $119+s/h (Extra forms packs... see below.) #20908# EZ-InFORMa dB The DATABASE your FORMS have been waiting for! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Ver. 1.02 (Released 4/1/90) EZ-InFORMa dB is EZ-FORMS' DATABASE COMPANION ! Now you can fill out your forms into a database.... - Handles inFORMation quickly and easily. - Even converts from several other popular data formats, like fixed length, ASCII and "FileExpress". - Reads/writes industry standard .dbf files. dBase III, III+, and IV. - Will even create an input screen for you from your .DBF file. - Handles over 2.1 BILLION records, limited only by disk space. - Full tutorial for the database novice. "DR" program is included to create a meaningful database of all the files on any hard or floppy drive. - Quickly create a database from an existing form (.FRM). - Easily match a database to any existing form. - On-line manual and extensive context sensitive help. - Query, seek, find, and browse modes to quickly scan your records. - View your database in any form - after the fact. - Unlimited forms per database and Unlimited databases per form. - Print fancy labels using a form as a label, auto horiz. space suppression. #20909# - Easily modify database format to add/delete fields, and change field sizes. - Quick report feature for on-the-fly counting, summing, and averaging. - Choose which fields show up on a form, and where. - Multiple indexes: Have your database sorted every which way, so you don't have to wait. - Automatic indexing as new records are added. - Duplicate search mode. - Merge or append other database files. - Keyboard macros for those repetitive tasks. - Repeat keys for repetitive data insertion, date, time, etc. - Memo fields that allow meaningful comments of up to 5K in length. - Field validations: numeric, logical, date. - Can be used as a fill-out only module for EZFX or EZFL. - Menu integration to EZ-FORMS EXECUTIVE or EZ-FORMS LITE. - Forms printing with all the features supported in the source form. That is, EZ-FORMS LITE or EXECUTIVE applicable attributes, including math. - Requirements: PC/XT/286/386 or compatible computer running DOS 2.1+ and a minimum of a 10 MB hard drive (floppy for loading). Also, EZFX v2.4 or EZFL vE20 or higher is required to modify master forms. A default form will be generated with each input .dbf file, if desired. A number of pre- designed forms and applications are included, but they can only be modified with EZ-FORMS EXECUTIVE or EZ-FORMS LITE. #20910# - Call for multiple copy, site license, or LAN pricing. $ stc w/o notice. • Only $99 +s/h (Note: EZ-FORMS EXECUTIVE is HIGHLY recommended.) This is a limited time introductory price! Subject to change without notice. Bundled EZ-FORMS' Database InFORMapack: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ - EZ-FORMS' dataBase EXECUTIVE • Only $199+s/h ... a $218 value! Includes EZ-InFORMa dB ($99) and EZ-FORMS EXECUTIVE ($119) #20911# **** FEDB is available. This utility converts FileExpress .dta and .hdr files to .dbf compatible databases for use with EZ-InFORMa dB, or any other dBASE compatible file handler. (FileExpress tm Expressware Corp.) •Cost is only $10 +($3 mail/$6 foreign). Included free with EZ-InFORMa dB! ** DR is a directory scanning utility that scans all of the files on any drive and generates a meaningful database (.dbf format) for use with EZ-InFORMa dB or any other dBASE compatible file handler. •Cost is only $10 +($3 mail/$6 foreign). Included free with EZ-InFORMa dB! #20912# OPTIONAL FORMS PACKS for EZFX and EZFL --- None duplicated. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ (See Order Coupon for special offer on the Combo Pack.) Forms Pack "A" (General Business): 68+ forms , ...Only $29 Forms Pack "B" (Sales and Marketing): 56+ forms, ...Only $29 Forms Pack "C" (Management and Personnel): 33+ forms, ...Only $19 Forms Pack "D" (Technical): 47+ forms, ...Only $24 Forms Pack "E" (Home and Personal): 27+ forms, ...Only $15 Forms Pack "F" (Contracts): 22+ forms, ... Only $15 Forms Pack "G" (Property Management): 40+ forms, ...Only $24 Forms Pack "H" (Home/Office Records): 60+ forms, ... Only $14 Forms Pack "I" (Construction Related) 70+ forms Only $29 Forms Pack "J" (Geneology Related): 60+ forms, ... Only $15 Forms Combo Pack (Over 400 forms! Includes A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, & J above): •Only $99 with EZFX or $119 with EZFL ($200+ SRP) #20913# Laser Font Support Pack 2.1 (Requries EZFX 2.2+) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Includes over 100 soft fonts (GOTHIC, COURIER, PRESTIGE, in portrait, landscape, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 30 point), and over 100 graphic images. Also, you can generate print macros, view/edit .RLE graphics, etc. •Only $99+s/h (only $69 with your EZFX Ver.2.3 order) Laser Font Support Pack 1.3 Now included free with the purchase of ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ EZ-FORMS LITE or EZ-FORMS EXECUTIVE! 10 downloadable soft fonts for the HP<tm> LaserJet Plus, Series II and compatibles. Includes 5 portrait and 5 landscape fonts in "LINE PRINTER BOLD". 10, 11, 12, 15 and 17 pitch are represented. Fonts are auto-downloadable with EZFL+ and include the line drawing, block, shade, etc. graphics characters not normally included with other soft fonts. Includes download utility. (For EZFX, you must pre-download the font. Does not give multi-font capability to EZ-FORMS EXECUTIVE.) •$49+s/h (Only $29 with purchase of EZ-SPREADSHEET) #20914# EZ-COPY PLUS(tm) Ver. 1.3 (Released 4/15/90) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ "FLAWLESS DISKETTES FAST"<sm> - EZ-COPY PLUS is faster than EZ-DISKCOPY because it bypasses DOS and talks directly to your diskette drives. - It also serializes and prints labels "on-line". - The ULTIMATE diskette duplicator for the PC you already own! - Great for publishers, developers, MIS managers, etc. - Makes unlimited copies of 5.25" and 3.5" disks. - Supports all current DOS formats.(1.44M/1.2M/720K/360K/320K/180K/160K) - Utilizes extended, expanded, and/or hard drive for overflow storage. - Can take disk images to hard drive for retrieval at any time. - Supports up to six floppy drives, 4 at a time. - Replaces dedicated machines costing thousands. - Also serializes (via sector/offset modification) and format only. - Takes true compressed disk images so you can store to hard drive and/or transmit via modem. - Uses EMS or Extended RAM, if available. - Requires 640K RAM, hard drive, and PC/MS DOS 3.0+, at least 1 floppy drive required. #20915# New features for version 1.3 include: - The ability to print serialzed labels as well as serialze your disk via embedding a serial number at a specific location on the disk. - EZ-LABELER, an off line serialized label printer with many features. See EZLBLDOC <enter> for the latest information on this new feature. Available seperately for $19 +s/h. - NO FORMAT option. Allows for even faster copying of pre-formatted disks. - Improved multi-adapter support for floppy drives. - Many other touch-ups. Don't want to produce your own diskettes? Call us for a quote on our duplication services. 713-280-9900. Multi-machine and site licenced versions are available. #20916# •EZ-COPY PLUS is $495 +s/h. It is NON COPY PROTECTED just like all of other products. It is licensed for use on up to 10 machines at 1 location. A copy protected version suitable for 1 machine is available for $129 +s/h. You may upgrade to the NCP version within 90 days for the price difference. EZ-LABELER (tm) Ver. 1.0 (Released 4/90) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Generates serialized labels based on input file parameters. Perfect for serializing anything, including disketts. Includes editor and examples. Included free with EZ-COPY LITE, or EZ-COPY PLUS. •Only $19 +s/h EZ-DISKCOPY (tm) Version 2.0 (Available 6/90) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Have you ever had to copy a batch of floppies? Well, do it like the pros do (EZX developed this program for our own use!!) EZ-DISKCOPY allows you to make unlimited copies after just 1 master disk read. Just like a dedicated hardware duplicator (which can cost thousands), and just about as fast! #20917# Other features include verify, format only, compare, directory infomation, extensive on-line help, and more. EZ-LABELER, off-line label/report printing (with or without serial numbers) utility. EZ-LABELER also has the ability to serialize diskettes via writing a file containing an incrementing ASCII number to disk. EZ-LABELER is included FREE with EZ-DISKCOPY!!! Requires 256K RAM, PC/MS DOS 3.0+, at least 1 floppy drive and a sufficiently sized drive for spooling data (either a RAM disk *RECOMMENDED* or hard drive). NOTE: VDISK.SYS (usually supplied with DOS allows you to use extended or expanded memory for a RAM disk, thus allowing high speed spooling). EZ-DISKCOPY 2.0 supports 5.25"/360K(320K,180K,160K) and 3.5"/720K drives only. EZ-COPY PLUS (description below) handles all current DOS formats, "spools" excess data to extended or expanded memory (via RAM disk of sufficient size), and/or hard drive. •Only $79 +s/h If you do not need great speed, 1.2MB or 1.44MB support, this is a bargain! #20918# •The UNLIMITED use verison (at the smaller of one company or location) is only $495! MENU-EZX (tm) Ver 1.01 (Released 2/90) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The simplest hard disk menu system on the market. Every novice can use it. Get set up in no time. Requires only 4K of ram to operate, thus leaving plenty of room for all of your applications. Requires a hard drive and DOS 3+. •Only $39+s/h EZ-SPREADSHEET(tm) "THE ULTIMATE SPREADSHEET" Ver S23 (Released 2/90) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ You too can become a spreadsheet pro in 20 minutes or less! EZ-SPREADSHEET won't confuse you, try your patience, or force you to learn 457 commands to get started. What you get is a spreadsheet that will produce 64 columns by 512 rows; more than enough for 99% of user's needs. EZS requires an IBM family or compatible computer, DOS 2.1+, 256K ram minimum and 1 disk drive. Any monitor and almost any printer will work. For Epson type printers, a sideways printing program is supplied. Includes printed manual/tutorial plus 5 sample spreadsheets. •Only $49+s/h #20919# EZ-CRYPT LITE (tm) Ver. 2.0 (Released 3/90) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Protect your sensitive files the easy, menu driven way. Even we can't unravel them if we don't have your "key"! Advanced encryption routines ensure the ultimate in security. Completely menu driven for the novice user. Encryption, decryption, and cryptanalysis program. Context sensitive help and on-line manual make it easy! Requires 384K ram, DOS 3.0+. •Only $39+s/h EZ-CRYPT DES (tm) Ver. 1.0 (Rel. 5/8/90) "The ultimate file security!" ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ All the features of EZ-CRYPT LITE, but also adds the DES or data encryption standard to your files if you choose. Additional feaatures include keyboard macros, DOS shell, and more... This is the ULTIMATE in file security. Do not trust the protection of your important data to anything else, Requires 512K. This is the ultimate in file security. •Only $119+s/h #20920# EZX-WRITE(tm) "Laptop" "Perfect for the Laptop computer." ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Ver W23b (Rel.4/90) WordStar (<tm>MicroPro) compatible word processor with hundreds of features including: Pulldown menus with on-line help; windows let you edit two files at once; Macros for "recording" repetitive commands or boilerplate; print spooling - allows you to continue editing while your printer does its thing; Supports all popluar printers - bold, italics, underline, super/subscript, and alternate fonts are available - or create your own printer drivers; DOS shell for formatting that ever full diskette; EGA monitor support; headers and footers; lightning fast search and replace; word wrap and justification; "undo"; adjustable tabs, margins and ruler lines; "point-and-shoot" directories; automatic file backup; block copy, move, delete, read or write from disk, even between windows and documents; user defined colors; Requires IBM<tm> family of computers or compatible, with 256K ram, DOS 2.1+, one disk drive, any monitor, and a compatible printer. - Over 500 Letters, Contracts, etc., as well as a simple off-line spell checker. This package is normally $29 by itself, and is now included FREE with EZXW. #20921# •$49+s/h (Rev. W2x) (No extra charge for 3.5" distribution media.) - 500+ Business/Personal Letters & Contracts & Legal Documents: $29 Included FREE with EZXW purchase. ANNOUNCING PRIORITY SERVICE REGISTRATION ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ For an additional $39 (no shipping) for the first registration number, $19 for each additional, you can enjoy the benefits of PRIORITY Service. Benefits include: - "First place" priority on all customer service calls. - A same day call back if a rep. is unavailable when you call. (USA-only). - Unlimited BBS support with special file areas for PSR customers. - First-in-line notification of all upgrades. - Free damaged disk replacement. - PSR customers are randomly selected as beta testers. #20922# ORDER INFO: ~~~~~~~~~~~ SEE ORDER COUPON! Or, if you are ordering with a VISA, MasterCard, or American Express/Optima, feel free to call in your order at 1-800-USEASYX (1-800-USEASYX -- CREDIT CARD ORDERS ONLY --- INFO: 1-713-280-9900). The Information and customer service line is 1-713-280-9900. OrderFAX: 1-800-SEE-FAX-EZX InfoFAX: 1-713-280-0525 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ BBS:1-713-280-8180 (1200/2400, N, 8,1) Mail orders to: EZX Publishing, P.O. BOX 58177 Dept. ORD, Webster, TX 77598 USA. (s/h add, $6 USA/48, $10 AK, HI, PR, APO, FPO, VI, Canada, $22 foreign.) Add $2 for each additional item. ($4 foreign) Add $5 per program for 3.5" distribution disks. Pricing and terms are subject to change without notice. Code 6/9/90. #END#
Disk No: 1201 Disk Title: EZ-Diskcopy PC-SIG Version: S2.1 Program Title: EZ-DISKCOPY Author Version: 2.1 Author Registration: $79.00 Special Requirements: PC/MS DOS 3.1+. A RAM disk or hard drive is recomm Once EZ-DISKCOPY reads the contents of a disk into memory, you can make as many copies as you want without your PC rereading the original disk. Make unlimited copies after a single master disk read. Just like a dedicated hardware duplicator (which can cost thousands), and just about as fast! The DOS DISKCOPY command spends about 27 seconds loading data on every copy. EZ-DISKCOPY does it only once, saving almost a minute every three disks. Even better, the program verifies the copy during each operation. Map disk usage and get sides and sectors information about a disk. If you choose, you do it all without typing in a single command. Just scroll across the pull-down menu and hit Enter. As an option, you can use single-character commands. Other features include verify, format only, compare, directory information, extensive on-line help, and more. Extensive, easy-to-read documentation is included in the package. The only things to be wary of are memory-resident programs which chew into the memory needed for EZ-DISKCOPY. PC-SIG 1030D East Duane Avenue Sunnyvale Ca. 94086 (408) 730-9291 (c) Copyright 1989 PC-SIG, Inc.
New Features for EZ-DiskCopy v2.1 over v2.0: Released 6/25/90 - Added support for older XT systems where the BIOS doesn't correctly reflect the drive types. This BIOS limitation can lead to EZ-DiskCopy obtaining incorrect drive information (both drive existance and type). You can now override the default drive type thru a drive installation option. Install the proper drive configuration if you have problems. - Added additional code to the installation section to make it even more obvious that you need to save the installation options for them to take effect. - Expanded the help and on-line manual. - Updated/touched up several areas of the program. Dave Black Author of EZ-DiskCopy
Volume in drive A has no label Directory of A:\ README EXE 6715 6-24-90 11:36a EZXINFO EXE 16011 9-17-90 1:52p EZDC EXE 38732 9-20-90 2:46p EZDC_HM INX 600 6-22-90 5:56p EZDC_HM TXT 58203 6-22-90 5:56p EZLVLU EXE 14830 4-18-90 2:55p EZLBLDOC EXE 9787 4-10-90 3:29p EXAMPLE EZL 5937 4-10-90 12:59p EPSON EZL 803 3-14-90 3:26p SIMPLE EZL 184 3-14-90 8:58a ! 1574 9-17-90 1:53p FILE1201 TXT 2369 11-14-90 9:11a WHATSNEW DOC 806 6-24-90 11:49a SUPPORT EXE 6779 9-17-90 1:53p !EZX!!!! 1574 9-17-90 1:53p 15 file(s) 164904 bytes 151552 bytes free