Somehow, I missed this post of yours. I just found it now while reviewing posts.
Autoexec.bat or config.sys are items that I have seen, but didn't "fool around" with them because I didn't know what they were or what they did.
I have just now searched for them, opened them and they are 1KB each in size. I assumed that they were supposed to be where they are.
AutoExec.bat properties..advanced...has the box ticked to "suggest MSDOS mode as necessary.
Under memory, everything is ticked as...auto.
Under the 'screen' tab..under performance ticked are..fast ROM emulation,dynamic memory allocation.
Under misc tab, this is what is ticked..allow screensaver.Termination..warn if still active. Other..fast pasting. under window shortcut keys...all boxes ticked.
No other categories ticked.
Also, when I opened it, a black screen showed with this....
CrystalWare(tm) Sound Fusion tm Intialization Utility, Version 2.80 Copyright (c) 1998 Crystal Semiconductor Corp. All Rights Reserved.
* Cannot be run in Windows Dos Box.
This is the info on Config.sys
REM [DVD-ROM Drive]
REM [SCSI Controllers]
REM [Sound, MIDI, or Video Capture Card]
I just never messed with them. I guess in 5 years, things were OK. Now, with Ram going from 64 to 63, that is why I brought up the question, they now become important. Sooooo I can delete them?