I m using winxp(prof)Sp2. I want to work in command prompt or cmd but it was not working ,than after Quick heal virus updated, I check for virus not found. my pc I cleaned virus through Native boot .Than after I checked found the same, cmd flash for secand and gone.the is in network.network drive cmd command shoutcut run.
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I experienced the same issue before with my route,try doing these steps im sure this will work somehow. (flush the DNS cache)
How to do it:
If you are using Windows 2000/XP operating sysytem
-Fire up a Command Prompt (Start Menu>Accessories) and execute the command
if you get 'could not flush dns' or message saying dns resolver cache could not be flushed.
If it is XP SP2 then go to Start > Run > CMD > type netsh
winsock reset > enter, restart as prompted, if still no connection
then go to Start, Control Panel (Network and Internet Connections then
Network Connections -or- straight to Network Connections, double click
on the Local Area Connection in use (usually the one that says
Connected) and pick Support. Try the Repair button after Winsock fix.
Use that winsock fix only if you are using SP2.
go to "start, control panel, administration tools,services,then look
for DNS Client, and make sure it's started, and set to manual.
Try this. Open Start>>Run and type cmd and press enter. This will open a command prompt window. On this command prompt window type the following steps. type cd type attrib -r -h -s autorun.inf type del autorun.inf now type d: and press enter for d: drive partition. Now repeat steps 3 and 4. Similarly repeat step 5 for all your hard disk partition. Restart your system
there is some system files are missing . Go to start menu then type in run "cmd" then ou see command prompt.type there "sfc /scannow" then it scan for corrrupt system files when it need winxp source put the winxp disk in cd-rom then it get files.
Solution: Rename the C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CATROOT2 folder to something such as catold to prevent WinXP's Setup program from locating the folder and halting the installation. If you are still in Setup, press SHIFT-F10 to launch a command prompt from within Setup. At the command prompt, type cd\win dows\System32 to open the System32 folder and then type rename CATROOT2 catold, press ENTER, restart the computer, and attempt the upgrade again.
If you cannot reach a command prompt from Setup, reboot the computer from a Win95, Win98, or WinMe startup disk and rename the folder from the command prompt. You can also launch a command prompt by booting from the WinXP installation CD and running the Recovery Console.