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Windows system32 autoexec.nt fail to operate

System32 not suitable for dos or windows

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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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Windows XP instructions:
  1. Click Start->Run and type Regedit. Click OK
  2. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\VirtualDeviceDrivers
  3. Delete the VDD value
  4. Click Edit->New->Multi-String Value
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  2. Click Start->Run and type expand x:\I386\config.nt_ %systemroot%\System32\config.nt
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I recently had a HD crash and have replaced it with another HD using the same Windows XP OS. While trying to reload programs that were on the old HD to the replacement, some of the programs get this error...


I always receive a "C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\AUTOEXEC.NT" error message.

“C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\AUTOEXEC.NT. The system file is not suitable for running MS-
DOS and Microsoft Windows applications. Choose ‘Close’ to terminate the application.”

This error message is not caused by the installation CD-ROM, but rather by the
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installation CD-ROM, the file most likely having been deleted by another application.

To resolve this problem, proceed as follows:
1. Go to “C:\Windows\repair” and find the file “Autoexec.nt”.
2.Copy this file to “C:\Windows\system32”.
3.Right-click the file “Autoexec.nt” that you have just copied, and select
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4.Tick the “Read-only” box and then click “OK”.

Good luck!

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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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