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When i on my toshiba tecra510cdt it says write the command interpreter

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Try this..........

C:\Windows then press Enter on Keyboard

Csemi-colon\Windows

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  • Edit the PATH command in your AUTOEXEC.BAT file, if you are trying to run a command in another directory that should be accessible from anywhere.
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