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Lesmcark z52 Recently my hard drive had to be replaced. When I set up the Computer with the new hard drive and turned it on, I got this message: C:/Windows/System/AutoExec.NT not suitable for running MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows I have attempted to reload the CD with the Printer components but it rejects it with the above message. The printer has been a very reliable printer so what do I do?? Please let me know asap! Thanks

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Try this and see what happens(I'm under the assumption that you are running Windows XP): Click on start -> Run Type "cmd" then press enter At the prompt type: "cd \" then enter "cd windows\repair" then enter "copy autoexec.nt c:\windows\system32" then enter Press y at the overwrite prompt. Try loading the cd again and see what happens!! Regards, Armando

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