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Window is not running properly

The window98 in an old laptop show problems
when we on it ,it show the window then command prompt is started like this c:/>
and if we gave any command it says bad command
it doesn't come out of it
please tell me what is the problem & how i can solve it

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Type help on the command prompt and enter, and it will show the list of all commands.

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