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> Commands P
Detects floating point division error (if present) in the
Pentium chip, disables floating point hardware, and turns on
floating point emulation.
- Displays Help for the command.
- Enables conditional emulation. Floating-point emulation
is forced on only if the system detects the Pentium processor
floating-point division error at start time. If you select
this switch, you must restart the computer for the changes
to take effect.
- Enables forced emulation. Floating-point hardware is
disabled and floating-point emulation is always forced on,
regardless of whether the system exhibits the Pentium
processor floating-point division error. This switch is
useful for testing software emulators and for working around
floating-point hardware defects known to the operating
system. If you select this switch, you must restart the
computer for the changes to take effect.
- Disables forced emulation and reenables floating-point
hardware if it is present. If you select this switch,
you must restart the computer for the changes to take effect.
- Windows NT