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Posted on 26-08-06 10:57
so im playing around with new things like edit on the command prompt, so i try to edit a c++ program first the .exe then the .cpp both came up with the same popup, 16 bit ms-dos- C:\windows\.\autoexec.nt the system file is not suitable for running MS-DOS and microsoft windows applications, so im just wondering if this is normal, or if there is a missing file. any help is appreciated


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Posted on 26-08-06 11:46
ive never seen that and CMD is built in so you shouldnt be messing with it for example you know when you buy a brand new computer and you try to access C:\Program Files\ it says Warning any files here missing or deleted may make some programs/files not work hence you and cmd it aint good to tamper with windows if you want a good file system get linux




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Posted on 26-08-06 11:55
-Intrus- wrote:
it aint good to tamper with windows if you want a good file system get linux


Correct, if you want to mess with Windows, try virtualizing it or simply use your brothers pc :evil: Grin


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Posted on 26-08-06 11:59
haha i used my sisters PC when i was 8 and screwed up the registry . she got mad


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Posted on 26-08-06 12:09
hmm well i was considering linux anyway which do you use?

anyone who can answer my cmd problem still IM LISTENING


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Posted on 26-08-06 12:14
you mean which distro ? i use mandrake