This program is released as freeware and is copyright © 1997 by Art Heimsoth - all rights are reserved. It may be freely distributed, modified, and used, provided if distributed, it is distributed with all files included and a listing of the changes indicated (if any). No fees may be charged for its distribution or use other than nominal distribution costs associated with its distribution.
The package consists of two Rexx commands.
Prior to initially backing your boot partition with DualStor/2, run the CHECKEA.CMD file from an OS/2 command line. This command file need only be run once unless you rebuild your system from the CD instead of restoring it from the backup tape. No ill effects will occur if it is run multiple times.
It has also been reported that simply removing the Nowhere directory after a restore will also allow the system to boot... this would be the thing to try if you failed to run CHECKEA prior to backing up your Warp 4 system. Another approach would be to re-install Warp 4 from your CD and then restore your backed up Warp 4 system partition on top of that install. I have not tried either of these approaches, so cannot vouch for them personally.
All problems, comments, and suggestions should be sent to Art Heimsoth at firstname.lastname@example.org. All such mail received will be responded to as quickly as I can.