This is quite interesting...
- The string can contain one or more detection switches separated by a semicolon (. For example, if you want to use /p fand /p i you type setup /p f;i.
- Some switches are simply on/off switches. The absence of the switch implies off; the presence of the switch turns it on. A minus sign (-) appended immediately after a switch turns it off.
- Some switches take parameters in the form of c=params. If there is more than one parameter to a switch, the parameters are separated by a comma (,).
- There must not be any spaces in the detection option string.
- b - This switch enables Prompt Before mode. It prompts you before a detection module is called so that you can step through each detection module manually and decide if you want to skip it.
The default is disabled.
Example: setup /p b
- x=res list - This switch excludes the listed resources from detection, where res list is one of four possibilities:
Example: setup /p x=io(300-30f,240-24f)