You can get a stack overflow message when you run a 16-bit apps from a command
line. This is most likely to happen in batch files which recursively call the
same program. Rename batch file to have a .CMD
extension. Make sure that DOSONLY is not specified in
CONFIG.NT and that NTCMDPROMPT
is specified. This will cause the DOS subsystem to exit and reload between each
and every execution of the .exe you run which should clear the stacks problem.
Slower but if its broke ASIS, so what.