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Part: V Appendixes > MENUDEFAULT= 6.0 and later—Internal

MENUDEFAULT= 6.0 and later—Internal

Using the MENUDEFAULT= command, you can select which startup configuration DOS executes if no keys are pressed within the timeout period you specify. Without this command, DOS chooses menu item #1 and waits for you to press the Enter key. If you specify a default configuration and timeout period, DOS can continue booting without you. You can use MENUDEFAULT= only inside a menu block in your CONFIG.SYS file.


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