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copy c:\log.txt print
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Windows system32 autoexec.nt fail to operate

Win XP SP2: System not suitable for running MS-DOS. ... This file is part of the Windows 16-bit subsystem and usually lives in the system32 folder. ... P.S. If this doesn't work check out the Microsoft web page for additional fixes. ... Computer Tips Daily - Run your Windows PC like a pro! No matter what your skill ...

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Can't get to websites that require a log on ; can get on to internet but any place i have to log on and give a password, it says internet explorer cannot display page; can't access email so don't email

got to run then type CMD enter a dos promt will show on the screen, type IPCONFIG, check your IP address if it istarts with 169 then that is APIPA a windows feature if threats are tryin to get in your system blocking any outside access to you system from any network, also check if the default gateway of your router or modem is detected, if not then try check conenction if all are ok from router to modem and if wireless is turned on thr router providing a signal to your computer for wireless, if all Addressess are ok and still you get page cannot be displayed type in the DOS promt ping this is if this pings yahoo's ip address then your problem is with the DNS of your Internet service provider, try this to renew your DNS ipconfig /flushdns then ipconfig /registerdns to renew ur DNS on the systm if still fails ty a different browser and if all else fails call ur ISP provider posibble something on the internet service is wrong or downtime issue on the internet

Jun 04, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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DOS program on Windows XP

Go to the desktop and find the icon for your program. Right Click on it to get the Properties dialog box. Select the compatibility tab, then select the compatible operating system for the programs.

This should get your program working again.

Good Luck

Feb 09, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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I have two different domains that are connected via VPN connection through two routers. I can ping from domain to domain via IP address on clients and servers. However I can only do a net view command on...

So you verified ICMP traffic isn't blocked and it appears the servers allow the netBios traffic to pass.

On the client machine, check to make sure the windows print and file sharing is installed and the machine isn't blocking netBios traffic.

Make sure TCP ports 137,139, and 445 are open on the xp machine and any devices in between.

It's acting like the TCP data is being blocked by the client machine.


Sep 28, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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Print to a USB port in DOS in Windows XP

This is an interesting question .... I never thought much about using a USB printer in DOS!

Well ...this is probably the easy fix :

Program called dos2usb which claims to do exactly what you want (15 day free trial download ....$19.99 to buy the program)

The harder fix that won't cost anything is to do some network jiggery pokery to redirect data sent to a parallel port to a usb port. Here's a link on how the folks at Dataflex did it :

Jan 01, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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USB printing through DOS mode

Google for DOS PRINT USB, and you'll find some utilities that do this.

Or, you can include some commands in your batch file.

First, get the device name:

In a DOS window, type NET VIEW ComputerName (or use

Once you know the printer share name, you use it in a batch file.

NET USE lpt1: \\ComputerName\ShareName /Persistent:Y

This captures the print queue to the shared printer.

You must also go into Printer Properties/Advanced/Print Processor and set it to TEXT

Your copy, print and other commands will work.

Jul 12, 2008 | Operating Systems

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Windows xp pro windows explorer not showing any drives

do u know regestry?
follow my instruction go run give command regedit
else write in notepad save as ..reg execute it.
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Running a dos batch file in background in windows

Batch file for what?

I once ran across a software called Dosbox that I used to run a customers dos based notes program in XP. It worked well, not sure about batch files, but worth a shot I suppose.

You can find info on it here -


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