Super Fdisk distribution permissions and end-user license agreement
If this program is used improperly, it may result in the irretrievable
destruction of all data on your harddisk!
It is thus absolutely necessary to create a backup before using the
Super Fdisk. According to the ruling by the district court
Konstanz 1 S 292/95 from May 10 1997, daily data backup is reasonable
and can be expected!
Thus, any responsibility or liability for any losses or damages is not
accepted! UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES!
The software is provided as is without warranty of any kind. Any rights for
modifications or follow-up corrections do not exist.
Should you find any errors, please let our support staff know and we
will try to correct the error within a few days.
The Super Fdisk is delivered together with a limited version
FreeDOS is a completely independent and different program. FreeDOS is
freeware and does not grant any warranty claims.
More about FreeDOS on the Internet at: http://www.freedos.org/
Super Fdisk, Copyright (C) YIWO Tech Ltd(for short) 2002-2006 by PTDD Group. All rights reserved.
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Distribution of materials of this Help both in original and/or edited
form in published form (book) is forbidden unless a special written
permission from the author is obtained.THIS DOCUMENTATION IS PROVIDED
IS THERE ARE NO EXPLICIT OR IMPLIED OBLIGATIONS, CONFIRMATIONS OR
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THOSE RELATED TO SOFTWARE MARKETABILITY AND
SUITABILITY FOR ANY SPECIFIC PURPOSES, TO THE DEGREE OF SUCH LIMITED
LIABILITY APPLICABLE BY LAW.
This program is delivered together with a version of FreeDOS.
To be exact, it is possible to create a boot disk using this program
together with FreeDOS.
This program does not use any function or functionality of FreeDOS.
The copyright of this program has no connection with the copyright
of FreeDOS. The rights of use of this program have no connection with
the rights of use of FreeDOS.
FreeDOS is a completely independent and different program and is
subject to the general rights of use and the General Public Licenses(GPL).
Source code to FreeDOS is available: either write to us for a copy of
the kernel source code that we used, or visit http://www.freedos.org/ to
download the latest version of FreeDOS!