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WindowsME, Environment memory for running a .bat

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  • WindowsME, Environment memory for running a .bat

    During the installation, I run a few .bat files that complete the installation of the software. These .bat files require space to set a few environment variables to pass information from one to the next. I have found that on WindowsME, the memory available for invironment variables seems to be a problem. Is there any way to determine the amount available before starting or controlling the size of this memory to make the installation more problem free?

    The programming in these .bat routines is complex and has been used for years prior to the use of Setup Factory. I do not want to try to reprogram the functions. The installation done, involves more than 2400 files, and the .bat programming, properly installs or upgrades many individual data files automatically as necessary.

    Thanks for any suggestions.