It goes in the [386 Enh] section.
Set it to 4 initially and then back it down by increments of one if it doesn't work.
Capitalization is important.
It must be exactly
But I am thinking that the problem might be a virtual memory setting.
From DOS try deleting the 386spart.par and the spart.par files in the Windows folder.
Thats the 3.1 swap file. If it is corrupt Windows wont load.
Windows will recreate it.
Also try defrafmenting the hard drive from dos.
In all the years I worked with 3.1 I have never had to add that line though.
How much memory is on the system?
Edited by Eyesee, 05 June 2011 - 12:33 PM.