Many thanks for your reply, however, I think it must be my dumbness
that somehow can't get it to work.
You see, in my friend's PC, his command prompt can scroll back
thousands of lines.
Let's say, on the command prompt, I go to the D drive (D: <enter>), go
to the root directory (cd\ <enter>), and do a "dir /s <enter>"
Hundreds, if not thousands of files will start scrolling down.
On my friend's PC, after the untold thousands of directories and
filename scrolled down, I can scroll back at least 3000 lines.
I did apply the thing you listed on my command prompt, and I did
double check the result, and sure enough, it has "999" per buffer and
there are "5" buffers.
I did the same "dir /s <enter>" on my D: drive, root directory.
Thousands of directories and file scrolled down.
However, after that thing finished, when I move the slider of the
command prompt up to scroll back, I can only scroll back 200 or so
As I said, it must be my own stupidity that has somehow "infected" my
But if you think you can _still_ help this really stupid fella, please
Please tell me how to enable my Command Prompt so that it can scroll
back thousands of lines??
Thank you all !!!!