C:\Documents and Settings\Mark\108\win32
C:\Documents and Settings\Mark\108\DOS
C:\Documents and Settings\Mark\108 (i know this is stupid but just trying anything)
With all of these I've tried
DVRFlash -vf 0.0.0 R8100008.114 R8100108.114
DVRFlash -vf f: R8100008.114 R8100108.114 (or e: in real DOS)
DVRFlash -v 0.0.0 R8100108.114
DVRFlash -v f: R8100108.114
shouldn't i also be able to say "ren R8100108.114 108.144"? why won't DOS recognize the file? it says it can't find it (not so in windows explorer).
I've tried all in the command window and also Real DOS using a startup disk that i've made bootable. I've used DOS for 10 years but i'm clearly doing something wrong. Thanks for your help with this Chef.